Carol Parks is mother of 5, grandmother of 4, owner of multiple businesses…and if she can do it, you can too!
Wife, Homeschooling Mom & Grandmother, Sister, Friend, Aunt, Chef, Homemaker, Businesswoman…
On many days she plays these roles and more; every day, she plays at least a few. Which is why she founded For Homeschool Moms Only. She understands what it takes to be a homeschool mom, and the sacrifices you make to do so. Not only that, but she has successfully raised 5 homeschooled children, while running multiple businesses from home, keeping healthy meals on the table, and maintaining some semblance of order in her life! Now that her children are grown, she sees it as her calling to share the lessons she’s learned over the years with home school moms everywhere, so they can truly LIVE the life they’ve always dreamed of as a home school mom.
Today, Carol is the proud founder and CEO of ForHomeschoolMomsOnly.com, the leading newsletter and website dedicated to the success of the home school mom. In addition, she’s the owner of a highly successful marketing and copywriting business she runs from home, New Heights Publishing & Marketing, LLC. Prior to that, she founded a professional home piano studio, where she taught a nearly full schedule of private and group lessons to adults and children for over 20 years, in 3 different states.
After helping engineer numerous moves around the country, Carol currently resides in Southeast Michigan with Mark, her husband of 37 years, and the youngest two of their five children, Jessica and Brittany. The older three (Nathan, Aaron, and Benjamin) have long since flown the coop, and they’ve brought two godly daughters-in-law and four cute-as-can-be grandsons into the family (so far)! You can usually find the Michiganders enjoying the picture-perfect Michigan summers on the tennis court or golf course, cuddling in front of the fireplace in the winter, or enjoying Carol’s homemade specialties at a family dinner any day of the year.
Carol is involved with Samaritan’s Purse, a group that provides children in third world nations with access to food, clean drinking water, clothing, and schooling, and the Good News of Jesus Christ, who can give them a future and a hope. She also loves her local church, Plymouth Baptist Church, and the many families (including many homeschoolers) she has gotten to know there. And she considers the many friendships formed over the years with homeschool families in various parts of the country to be a huge blessing in her life.