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From: Alicia Miller (
Subject:         Re: Want to homeschool after divorce -please help!
Date: May 14, 2010 at 5:06 pm PST

In Reply to: Want to homeschool after divorce -please help! posted by Christine Fierek on March 25, 2010 at 8:42 pm:


I have been a single SAHM for a year now. Thankfully, my ex is very supportive of homeschooling and has been very good about child support payments. But, even that doesn't cover all of the bills. I have tried a variety of at home business including babysitting and running errands. My most successful venture has been creating frozen meals and selling them to other busy moms. I suggest taking a look at what you are good at and then finding a local homeschool support group and seeing if anyone needs to take advantage of your skills. I know moms who give various music lessons, trade baby-sitting, and run other businesses out of their homes in order to continue homeschooling and keep out of debt. If you are on Facebook, become friends with Mary Jo Tate. She is also a single SAHM who is an author and editor. Skeet Savage, founder of Wisdom Gate Publishing, is another single SAHM who has a true heart for God and would happily help you out with ideas (and also on Facebook).

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