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.

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. Listen to episodes 35-39 right here or on your favorite podcast player.

Help! I can’t get it all done!

The first episode explores the key questions you need to ask yourself as you assess why you feel behind. They are simple but powerful.

What we talked about

  • Why evaluating our motivations is important to help us identify what might be causing our feeling of never getting it all done. Sometimes a simple solution can make a big impact on our outlook and productivity.
  • The three things that cause most of our overwhelming feelings. And what that might look like in your homeschool.
  • The questions you need to ask yourself as you begin to assess why you feel behind. They are simple but powerful.

Click here to view the podcast show notes.

Self-Care Tips For Homeschool Moms

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.

What we talked about

  • Motherhood is draining. Regardless of how you spin it, caring for children is tiring!
  • Practical suggestions for getting enough sleep. Including my secret trick for going back to sleep when my husband gets up earlier than I do. Yes, you will probably laugh at it.
  • Practical suggestions for fitting exercise into your day. And how starting slowly is best!
  • Practical suggestions for eating healthy. And why we need to not allow the pursuit of self-care to become a stressor.
  • Practical suggestions of how to fit in what brings you joy. And you could implement a Mother’s Day Out program with the help of your friends regardless of the age of your children.

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Household Management Tips For Homeschool Moms

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.

What we talked about

  • The myths of multi-tasking. Did you know you lose 20-40% of your productivity when you switch tasks? Here’s how we can avoid this pitfall as homeschool moms with many demands on our attention.
  • How evaluating your tasks in light of your priorities will help you eliminate some of your responsibilities. And why I cannot tell you exactly what to eliminate.
  • Routines you can put in place to automate your day. And how this can help eliminate some of your overwhelming feelings.
  • How to outsource or delegate tasks without spending a ton of money.

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Homeschooling Productivity Tips For Homeschool Moms

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.

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Consistency Tips For Homeschool Moms

Just about everyone struggles with being consistent. Keeping a few principles in mind will make it easier to maintain your consistency. We’ll discuss those principles in this episode of the All in a Homeschool Day podcast.

What we talked about

  • Why creating more margin in your day is important to stay consistent. And how you can carve out more margin in your life.
  • How establishing habits and routines is key to maintaining your consistency in homeschooling and home management. And why these habits do not necessarily need to be daily habits.
  • How identifying your biggest struggle and working to remove it can greatly improve your consistency. 


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