Not sure if you’ve been following, but a quick heads up that my YouTube is up and running again.
I had allowed my channel to lapse for a period of time, and had even removed some of the older videos that were… quite simply…
embarrassing badly produced.
But, something happened a little while ago that encouraged and motivated me to give YouTube another shot. I ran into several families who explained how some of my older videos had really helped them a while back. Then, a couple of new families asked if I’d be willing to put some thoughts on video again.
My YouTube is back, with a slightly new look plus lots of new content. And, yes, the old embarrassing stuff is still there, too. (Hey, the messages are still worth hearing even if the production quality is poor).
See if there’s anything here you can use. Or, just SHARE the link with your friends. I’m here to serve. Hope you find this helpful.
Dr. Marie-Claire Moreau is a college professor who traded in her tenure to become a homeschool mom 20+ years ago. A homeschooling pioneer and the founder of many groups and organizations, she works to advance home education, and is an outspoken supporter of education reform coast to coast. Her book, Suddenly Homeschooling: A Quick Start Guide to Legally Homeschool in Two Weeks, is industry-acclaimed as it illustrates how homeschooling can rescue children and families from the public school system, and how anyone can begin homeschooling within a limited time-frame, with no teaching background whatsoever. A writer, a homeschool leader, and a women’s life coach, Marie-Claire mentors in a variety of areas that impact health, education and lifestyle. A conference speaker, she has appeared at FPEA, H.E.R.I., Home Education Council of America, The Luminous Mind, Vintage Homeschool Moms, iHomeschool Network, and many other events. Her articles have appeared in and on Holistic Parenting, CONNECT,Homefires, Homemaking Cottage, Kiwi, Circle of Moms, and hundreds of sites and blogs nationwide. Marie-Claire can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.