We’re looking ahead at the new school year and talking about what it means for each of our combined EIGHT kids, ages 4 through 19. Join Meagan and Sarah as we go age by age and discuss what the challenges, opportunities, and unique situations are for each grade level–everything from transitioning to middle school to hoping for a certain teacher to having to get up earlier in the morning. Enjoy!
Looking for even more Back to School fun with Meagan and Sarah? We’ve collected all our previous episodes on this page for easy access. Binge-listen away!
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Links we mentioned (or should have!) in Episode 115
- The Make Light Show with Karen Walrond is up and running! Check it out, and if you’re so inclined, ratings and reviews are so appreciated.
- Meagan’s Mother’s of Reinvention: Foundations course starts September 12–registration closes on 9/6/17
- Our LIVE show is coming up August 23! Head to the Facebook Event page to stay up on announcements, even if you’re not able to attend in person