"Can We REALLY Work and Homeschool?"

This is a common question that I encounter, so I tossed it out to the HWHS Facebook community last week.

Here's what they said:

An Open Letter to Prospective Homeschool Parents

Dear Prospective Homeschool Parent - Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that inspires

Once again I took to Haiku Deck to make a couple of points about homeschooling. This time it's a (self-explanatory) open letter to prospective homeschool parents.

I'd love to hear from you in the comments (below) about what resonates with you and what questions remain for you.

Better yet, come hear me speak in person!

Later this month I'm presenting in person here in Texas (February 21, 2015) and online (February 19, 2015) about the topic of homeschooling while working.

These talks will be tailored to parents of gifted/twice-exceptional children but useful to all prospective or new homeschool parents. (In Texas, I'll also be talking about my second book.)

Special thanks to the following non-profit organizations for supporting my outreach efforts this month:

Thank you for your visit today. Please be sure to find and follow my Facebook pages (book | author page) as well as Twitter and Pinterest.

My Favorite Online Homeschool Resources are All in One Place!

As I've said before, the work on my second book has taken over my work here on the How to Work and Homeschool website. However, I'm still using Facebook regularly to share ideas. In fact, tonight I created an album of some of my favorite online resources. Read more:

A Great Question from the How to Work and Homeschool Facebook Page

There have been a number of good questions asked on the HWHS Facebook page lately, and I do my best to answer them thoroughly.

Take for instance this query about schedules and curriculum options: