Saju Joseph – Page 2 – A Father's Heartbeat

Saju Joseph

Hi, my name is Saju Joseph and I work as a Digital Marketing Consultant. My family lives in Mumbai, India and my wife and I homeschooling our two boys. This blog is a collection of stories, lessons & experiences from our life. Hope you find them encouraging & helpful.

Our Homeschooling Curriculum So Far

When it comes to homeschooling, parents often inquire about what kind of curriculum we follow to which we respond that we pick and choose between different…

16 Lessons we can learn from Successful Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs are achievers and that’s what I like the most about them. Most part of my life is influenced by some of the well-known Entrepreneurs.…

Drifting away & finding your own path

This morning as I left home for work, a sudden thought occurred to me. I was walking towards the bus stand and remembered talking to…

Homeschooling in India Reason #3 – To Nurture Creativity

“Throughout the world, companies, and organizations are trying to compete in a world of economic and technological change that is moving faster than ever. As…

6 habits of happy people I admire

If you’ve noticed my last few posts, all of them talk about Happiness and I guess it is because I’m in a journey of discovering…

Homeschooling in India Reason #1 – To Bridge Learning Styles

In my previous post (Homeschooling in India – The Starting Point) I shared with you the starting point of our home school journey. Here I want…

The Truth lies Beyond Perception

God gave us this beautiful life to be lived in its full measure, to enjoy the beauty of his creation, to cherish the moments of…

Homeschooling in India – The Starting Point

This is the most common question people ask when we tell them that we homeschool our children so thought of writing about it on this…

The Challenges of Homeschooling in India

There are a lot of people who ask questions about the challenges and drawbacks of homeschooling kids. So in this article I thought I’ll answers the 2…

‘Jack of all Trades, Master of None’ is not a Bad thing

This morning while traveling with my family I suddenly remembered the phrase “Jack of all trades, master of none” quoted to me when I was young. I…

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