Who I am.
My name is shenaede, I am a mother to five and a 2nd generation homeschooler.
My website address is https://thesimplemamma.com. and it is a website for mothers, homemakers and homeschoolers.
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I aim to help other homeschoolers and mothers connect and learn how to homeschool and raise children in the home with successful pathways and mindsets for true joy and fulfilment. From sustainable homeschooling to budgeting, health and wellbeing, child-raising and mindfulness. Encouraging mothers to be the best version they can be during the fleeting years of child-raising.
Homeschooling is not one size fits all, and here at thesimplemamma, I am all about teaching mindsets and skills of delivering a curriculum, while in the future I hope to deliver full comprehensive courses for homeschoolers, for now, I work hard to deliver useful information that any homeschooler can use to learn to adapt, create and sustain an effective education.
Motherhood while seen as a juggling act that one muddle’s through as the years go by and while it can seem that way, I feel that motherhood is lacking in the aspect of wanting the absolute best for your children which only a mother can deliver, the ability, skills, and mindsets of creating a family that is high in value and full of joy is a skill that the world is leaving behind and the effect on mothers can be devesting, here my goal is to share my journey, my values and my approach to mothering with the end goal in mind while achieving day to day happiness.
Here at thesimplemamma I share my healthy recipes from food to handmade chemical-free soaps and creams, life is long and in a toxic world, our bodies need all the help they can get to e as healthy and happy as possible, I also share some indulgent and special occasion recipe for the host of friends and the special family gathering.
From minimalist homeschooling to housekeeping, lifestyle is important as mothers, as child raisers and as homeschoolers. budgeting, homemaking, cooking from scratch, creating, and finding time to rest and create new mindsets as you grow in your ability and skills is key to becoming the best version of yourself.