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My 2012 Summer Speaking Engagements (Including Online)

I never set out in life to be a speaker. In fact, I’m not quite sure how it even happened that people actually ask me to speak now. I’m humbled and surprised. But I’m not beyond begging my loyal blog readers to show up (if you’re local) or to listen online. I’d hate to be talking to empty room!

First of all, I know it’s past, but I just wanted to let y’all know that I spoke with my friend Bonita Lillie at NCHE, North Carolina Home Educator’s State Conference, this past May. Our topic was “Organization for Right-Brained and Left-Brained Homeschoolers,” and we had a blast with it. In case you couldn’t guess, I was the left-brained one, and Bonita was the right-brained one.


Up-Coming Local Speaking Engagements:
July 13, 12:45 p.m., HINTS Book Fair, Matthews, NC, “PrePlan for Your Best Homeschool Year Ever”
August 4, all day, Love to Learn Homeschool Conference, Charlotte, NC, “PrePlan for Your Best Homeschool Year Ever” and “Organize Your Homeschool”
August 25, time and venue TBD, Pinehurst, NC, “Personal Organization” with the Domestic Diva


Up-Coming ONLINE Speaking Engagement:
August 6, 3 p.m., ONLINE, Heart of the Matter Online Fall Homeschool Conference, theme “Beginning with the End in Mind,” exact title TBD


Interested in having me speak at your event? Please see my website for details (click the “Writing, Editing, & Speaking” tab, then choose “Speaking”). 

2 thoughts on “My 2012 Summer Speaking Engagements (Including Online)”

  1. I would love to know more about how you became a speaker, and began writing your ebooks. I actually enjoy public speaking, and have been told that I should give it a shot and try speaking on homeschooling, single parenting, escaping domestic abuse, and a few other things. How did you get started? Do you usually do paid speaking engagements, or do you speak for free? What are some things to keep in mind when starting out?Thanks in advance for any ideas, suggestions, etc!

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