If you've ever been to one of my shows as a keynote speaker, you've probably heard me talk about homeschooling my son. Like how the other day my son told me he wanted to know what real school feels like – so I bought him a backpack, let him ride the bus, and then shoved him up against a locker and called him names all day.
I get a lot of weird looks when I tell people we homeschool. And I get a lot of people coming up to me to ask me why I do it. And while I'm happy, and I believe I'm doing it for all the reasons that matter most to me and my family – I can never explain it well to you. Which is why I want to share with you this blog post I stumbled across, where a mother explains why homeschooling works for her family. She says it so much better than I ever could.
So for all of you out there who wanted to know more – sorry, it took me so long – but here's why: