Of Morning Times and Autopilots: By Moms for Moms with Pam Barnhill

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Let's chat with Pam Barhill, creator of Morning Time Plans and host of Put Your Homeschool year on Autopilot, about running a business while homeschooling.

This month, we're talking with moms who are both experienced in the homeschool trenches and are actively creating resources to bless and benefit homeschool families.

What's it like to homeschool and run a business on the side? How do moms make that work?

We'll chat with Pam Barnhill, podcast host, author, and instructor, about how she went from hobby blog to well-respected business woman in her field.

This is your chance to ask Pam about her newest book Plan Your Year and also about what it's like to manage the behind-the-scenes aspect of her work-life balance!

Show Notes

Check out Pam's newest book "Plan Your Year" - a workbook to walk you through step-by-step everything you'll need to get your ducks in a row for the next homeschool year!

If you're ready to take your planning to the next level, take advantage of Pam's online course Put Your Homeschool Year on Autopilot. (Note: I'll be hosting a special group for Large Family Homeschool Planning to work through Pam's Autopilot course together with a specific emphasis on large family application.)

You might also enjoy her book "Better Together" - a vibrant discussion of the tradition of Morning Time.

Let's chat with Pam Barnhill, creator of Morning Time Plans and host of Put Your Homeschool year on Autopilot, about running a business while homeschooling.

Lynna Sutherland

Lynna believes that the gospel moves the homeschool mom from performance to possibility. She offers support for moms overwhelmed by homeschooling multiple ages and distracted by constant sibling conflict. Ditch what slows you down and look to Jesus. (Hebrews 12:1-2)