Jenn Mackintosh | Truth, Goodness, Beauty, and Your Morning Basket | The Catholic Homeschool Podcast

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Learn the value of anchoring your day and all your kids – from preschool to high school – to a simple basket of common reading and inspiration full of truth, goodness, and beauty. Streamline your day and nurture family relationships!

Jenn Mackintosh

Catholic Mother and Blogger

Jen Mackintosh is a Catholic home educator with over 20 years of homeschool experience. She joyfully lives out her vocation in the beautiful foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in Huntsville, Alabama. She and her husband have 5 children from 23 – 7 years old, 2 of whom have graduated. Jen writes at her blog – wildflowers and marbles – about home education, faith, culture, and finding splendor in the ordinary parts of her day.

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