Happy New Year and Welcome to 2013!

Happy New Year and Welcome to 2013!

I’m beginning this year full of gratitude. I’m so grateful for you continuing the path here with me as we raise our families, grow personally, homeschool our children and create legacies that make a real difference in today and tomorrow.


I’m also grateful to the best of the best mentors and personal trainers who so patiently bring me up into a better me. And last but definitely not least, my dear family and friends who also patiently live and grow with me on a day-to-day basis.


I’m very excited about this year, 2013. I’ve made some changes with the way I’m doing things so I can be more creative, learn more and grow in all areas of my life. Able to express more and this means sharing it all with you as well.


I’ve been focusing on building for you personal development for moms. I feel this is utmost important because who better than to develop personally than moms. You know all the most successful people always have mentors and coaches. But you know as well as I do that it’s us moms who are at the heart of creation raising the next generation who will be the leaders, inventors, artists, musicians and the people who will sustain our world. Be sure and stay connected keeping your eyes open during the first quarter for this to go live. If you don’t already, be sure you’re on our email update list so you can be the first to know and receive exclusive offers. You can register at AnInspiredEducation.com.


Are you ready for you’re best homeschooling year yet? Whether you’re thinking about getting started or have started and looking for ways to improve your homeschool remember, you don’t have to be perfect, you just have to get it started. Make sure you’ve got the support you need and that you’ve customized your homeschool for each child to best fit your family’s lifestyle.


You know, I wish I knew what I know now when I first got started homeschooling back in 1995. You see, I didn’t have it all right, I made a lot of mistakes and I learned a lot all through the process. That’s why I’m so passionate about sharing with you how to shorten the learning curve so you don’t have to make the mistakes I did or take the long road to learning.


Do yourself a favor and if there’s a particular area in homeschooling and raising your children that’s got you boggled or that you need more help with, send me an email so I can get you specifically what you need. I’m here to support you, guide you and encourage you along the way. Let me know how I can help you. Email donna@aninspirededucation.com or leave a comment below.


Our children grow so fast! As you can see in the picture above, I’m with all my children and my oldest is already 22 and my oldest son is 17, soon to be embarking out on his own. The time has flown since I sat with him, teaching him how to read. Don’t let the grass grow under you, it’s never a moment too soon to get the help you need when it involves children. If you’re on the fence or looking for solutions remember, as I mentioned before, you don’t have to be perfect, you just have to get it started.


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It’s never a moment too soon to get the help you need when it involves children. @DonnaVail


I’m here to support you throughout the coming year and beyond in your homeschool, developing as a mom and growing families to love more, live more and learn more. Let’s make it the best ever!

Stay inspired,


PS. What do you need more help with in your homeschool and raising your children? Please share by leaving a comment below.

About Donna Vail

Donna Vail, Education and Parenting Specialist, is founder of An Inspired Education and the Mentor Mastery Inner Circle, the proven step-by-step program dedicated to maximizing the success in the human potential through homeschooling and life mastery for the whole family. She creates educational programs for homeschool children, “after-school” study programs for public schooled children and personal development for moms, while homeschooling her five children. Get free tips and resources from Donna Vail at: www.donnavailinternational.com

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