Learn the five simple steps to set homeschool goals, the types of goals you should include, and how you can evaluate your progress.
How can you use virtual meetings in your homeschool? Check out these fun & creative ways you can utilize virtual meetings in your homeschool.
Parents have lots of questions when deciding if they should homeschool. Help them decide if homeschooling is a good fit with these six tips.
Sometimes it feels more like you are living in survival mode than thriving. Hear how Robin learned to find joy and peace during a challenging season. She shares tips for surviving and encouragement that good comes after the struggle.
Just about everyone struggles with being consistent. Keeping a few principles in mind will make it easier to maintain your consistency.
This is a culmination of everything we’ve talked about thus far in the Getting It All Done series. We bring all of the pieces together from the previous episodes o identify the biggest struggles in your homeschool and the small, incremental steps you can take to make improvements.
It takes a lot to keep a household running smoothly, especially when you live and school in your home! These four principles help me stay on top of my household responsibilities.
I’m sure you’ve heard it before: Take care of yourself before taking care of others. It really is important for us to put our self-care as a priority in our lives and it is not selfish to focus on your needs. When you take care of yourself, you will have more energy and a better mood to take care of your family. In this episode, we will explore practical suggestions for four areas homeschool moms often struggle with to take care of themselves: sleep, exercise, healthy eating, and finding joy.
As moms, we have a lot of responsibilities. And when you add homeschooling on top of that, it can be overwhelming. So how do we get it all done? Learn how you can overcome overwhelm and feel successful at the end of the day in “Help For The Overwhelmed Homeschool Mom” is a podcast series.
So how do we get it all done? In the next five podcast episodes, we will be exploring this topic and talking about how you can pare down your to-do list so you don’t feel so overwhelmed and can find joy in your role as a mom and homeschool facilitator. Today we are talking about the key questions you need to ask yourself as you begin to assess why you feel behind. They are simple but powerful.