Atlanta Homeschool is officially on hiatus.
When we started Atlanta Homeschool four years ago, we were brand-new homeschoolers excited to create a local resource that would be genuinely useful for families learning together in the Atlanta area. I like to think that we were mostly successful at doing that, and I’m proud that we were able to do it without relying on lots of sponsored posts or cluttering the site up with lots of advertising. It’s really been a labor of love to work on all these years, I’ve tried to convince myself that I have time to keep things going here while homeschooling a high schooler, teaching more online classes, and editing a homeschool magazine, but eventually, something has to give. For me, for now, that something is Atlanta Homeschool. I’d love to say we’ll be back, but who knows what the future holds? If you had told me ten years ago that I’d be homeschooling, much less homeschooling through high school, I would have thought you were crazy—and I’m hoping life has lots more crazy surprises in store for my future. So anything is possible, but I’m not setting any deadlines for myself.
I’m so thankful to all of you who have been a part of Atlanta Homeschool over the years. If you want to stay in touch, you can always find me on the home/school/life magazine blog, on The Podcast with Suzanne and Amy, or via email. And if you’re looking for expert homeschool guidance, my personal homeschool guru (and awesome podcast co-host) Suzanne Rezelman does one-on-one consulting. She’s the first person I call when I have a homeschool question, especially now that her son has officially started at Georgia Tech. (You can email her to find out more.) And, of course, the archives here will be around for the foreseeable future.
Thanks so much for sharing this adventure with me!