Today I’m chatting with another homeschool mom that uses a classical approach to homeschooling in her home. I’m talking with Justina of Jus’ Classical. Justina is a musician, oboist, singer, song writer, creator, video producer, blogger, actress, classical educator, photographer and entrepreneur. She has a degree in music therapy and has worked as an early childhood music teacher for over 18 years. At her church, she also helps with the music ministry, playing oboe in the orchestra, and teaching Sunday school to early elementary-aged children, using her Westminster Shorter Catechism songs. Justina is also a devoted wife and a crazy and busy homeschooling mom of three blessings, ages 14, 12, and 9. Most importantly, she is a follower of Jesus Christ who subscribes to the teachings that come from the Reformation. It is her desire and goal in life to glorify God in all that she does as the answer to Westminster Shorter Catechism question #1 states so well: “Man’s chief end is to glorify God and to enjoy Him forever.” It is also her great aspiration to encourage other home school moms and families, especially in focusing on Christ, making memorizing painless through music and in enjoying great art and classical music!
You can also access her course, How to Thrive (Not Just Survive) as a Homeschool Mom – This course helps the homeschool mom to get the right mindset (an eternal perspective) as well as help with setting priorities, making goals, learning to plan, creating systems for housework, planning for the homeschool year, and taking time for self-care.