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We have officially dropped my daughter off at college after homeschooling grades from K-12. What a surreal experience! And I have learned so much! I was also blindsided by some things, however. So grab your coffee and sit down with me today, as I want to share with you as a girlfriend- the good, the bad, and everything in between…to encourage you to feel all the feels and to walk through it all in God’ strength. There is so much going on at this time that is exciting, scary, happy, sad, and all of it is ok! It gives us more of an opportunity to lean on the Lord.
I also want to share with you how my perspective has changed and I am even more laser-focused to simplify my life than ever!
Whether you are walking this journey now or will be someday, I hope you will be encouraged!
Post I mentioned in this episode:
New Seasons, Cleansing Tears, and Perspective Changes
Mac and Cheese and Life Changes
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Join me on my journey to clear the clutter as I am simply living...for Him! I am a homeschooling mom sharing about my faith, family, hobby-farm life, and Jesus. I am also an author and speaker and love sharing my journey with others- and I am all about keeping it real and authentic! Join me as I seek less of this world and more of Jesus!
Karen DeBeus is a homeschooling mom learning to live more simply and keep God at the center of it all. She is the author of three best-selling homeschooling books and writes at Simply Living for Him. She speaks nationally at homeschooling conventions and recently was a speaker at the Family Bible Conference in Washington, DC. Her passion is to help others clear the clutter from their lives, seek God first, and to encourage women and families to get in the Word every day.
In 2016, she founded the Simply Living for Him Retreat, which is a time of rest and renewal for all women seeking Jesus. She enjoys life on her hobby farm with her husband and four children. Together they are a work-at-home family pursuing a simple life with purpose and, above all, seeking to glorify God in all they do.