Margaret Sachsenmaier grew up in NC, and met her husband, David, at UNC-Chapel Hill. Before getting married, she worked overseas and on college campuses with CRU. Margaret and David have been married for 26 years and are the parents of six children, ages 23-13. Margaret began homeschooling in 2003 and has continued to educate her children through high school. Raising, educating and discipling her six children has been her highest call, privilege and challenge. In addition to spending time with family, Margaret enjoys traveling, reading, drinking coffee, (especially if shared with treasured friends), Orange Theory Fitness, all things “natural health and living”, studying Scripture and helping younger moms in their parenting and homeschooling journeys.
In one sentence, please encapsulate your best advice to homeschool moms?
There is no “formula” for parenting or homeschooling, so draw near to God and walk by faith.
What are your top 2-3 book recommendations for homeschoolers?
Educating The Wholehearted Child by Clay and Sally Clarkson. Awaking Wonder by Sally Clarkson and For The Children’s Sake by Susan Schaefer MacCauley