You are looking for your homeschool tribe.
YOU’VE TRIED ALL OF THE CO-OPS AND LOCAL GROUPS, BUT YOU HAVE YET TO FIND THAT TRUE, AUTHENTIC CONNECTION.
You long for understanding and acceptance.
You wish to connect.
You want to belong.
You’re searching for your homeschool kindred spirits.
Here at Kindred Collective,
every mom is welcome.
WE BELIEVE AUTHENTIC CONNECTION
CAN BE FOUND ONLINE.
Imagine walking away from your computer after a hard day feeling refreshed and connected.
Imagine enjoying conversations with other homeschool moms where you feel supported and inspired.
Imagine an authentic connection with homeschool kindred spirits.
When you join the Kindred Collective community, you’ll find your homeschool tribe.
Welcome to kindred collective.
You belong here.
Meet the Kindred Co. Team
You just found your tribe.
Hey there, homeschool mama!
We are so happy you’re here.
We created Kindred Collective because we know how important it is to have a homeschool tribe and we believe that it is possible to find authentic connection online.
How do we know this to be true?
We lived it! We are four homeschool mamas, bloggers, podcasters, and kindred spirits. We connected online and built a friendship long before we ever met in person.
We believe that authentic connection should be meaningful, supportive, and honest so it is our goal to create a community that embodies the same ones we value in our own friendships.
The Kindred Collective is the tribe we always wished we’d had and the one we are excited to be a part of going forward. We want you to find your kindred spirits here!
Don’t Think You can find real friends online?
Think again! Cait, Kara, Mary and Alicia connected through Voxer, a basic walkie-talkie, voice recording app. Their connection began through their various business endeavors; podcasts, blogs, projects, and more—and finally they formed a Voxer group to communicate about their business ideas more easily.
Somewhere along the way, the group of “Blogging Friends,” as their Voxer group is named, began to become more as they started to share so much more than ideas about work.
These four friends connected over social media, and over time, their friendship has grown to be deep and gratifying. They share their daily struggles and their daily wins. They’ve shared stories through both tears of grief and tears of joy.
These four friends homeschool differently. They come from different backgrounds and time zones. But they chose to peel away the fluff and get down to the heart of things—all through an app on their phones.
So yes, sister, you can find real, true, deep relationships through the world wide web—and it’s our goal to help you find your kindred spirits.
Alicia Hutchinson is a podcaster and creator of Learning Well Community. She believes that clearing the clutter and slowing down to enjoy the smallest bits of gratitude make all the difference in your home, your homeschool, and your family.
Alicia lives in Minnesota with her four kids, husband, and one cat, Lucy. She’s always up for a coffee and a stroll around the book store. Connect with her on Instagram.
Caitlin Fitzpatrick Curley is a school psychologist, mom to three terrific teachers, unexpected homeschooler, and podcaster. Cait truly believes that homeschooling can be almost all fun and games!
Cait lives in New Hampshire with her husband, three kiddos, bearded dragon, and puppy. She loves delicious books, strong coffee, board games, and dancing in her kitchen to Kenny Chesney. You can connect with her on Instagram and Facebook.
Kara S. Anderson is a writer, podcaster and speaker, with a BIG goal of helping homeschool parents find joy and magic in their days with their kids.
Mary is a writer and mother to four kids ranging from elementary to high school. She believes that creativity, laughter, and fun are the backbone to engaging and inspiring homeschools.
She began blogging on her current website, Not Before 7 in 2015. She encourages families to embrace the freedom that comes with homeschooling and shares her favorite resources, tips, and ideas.
Mary lives in North Carolina with her husband and four children. She is an enneagram 7 and an extrovert. She enjoys traveling, tea (iced or hot), good conversations, and books. You can connect with her on Instagram and Facebook.