Recovering from Homeschool Burnout

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Recovering from Homeschool Burnout

Recovering from Homeschool Burnout

  Homeschool burnout … it happens. Even when we think it can’t happen to us, it can. I am not an expert, nor do I hold a degree in psychology, but I am a Mom. A mom who homeschools, a mom who lives real life. A life where laundry never folds itself and thus sits too long in baskets, where library books are sometimes overdue, where we have days supper has to be ordered in last minute because I was too tired to run to the grocery store. But also a life full of fun, smiles, hugs, games, toys and learning along

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23 Reasons Why We HomeSchool

23 Reasons Why We HomeSchool

Homeschooling is a is funny thing, it takes people who usually mind their own business and transforms them into out spoken, inquisitive folk.  The first question they will ask you is WHY? I used to really dislike getting bombarded with this question since it seemed like no matter what I said for my reasons why we chose to homeschool, they never seemed to be enough to satisfy those who were asking. Then I had a bit of a revelation… The Power of WHY Knowing your why will empower you in your: home school life business relationships sports workouts…..etc. The list

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Homeschooling with Games

Homeschooling with Games

“Break Free in Your Homeschool”  has made me think of so many mini posts! This one is about:   Games How often do you use games during your home school week? We used to play a lot of games and for some reason these past few months,  games have been an after thought or even pushed right aside.     Children love to play and they also need to play!   Playing  provides so much opportunity to lock in knowledge or learn something in a different way and often without realizing just how much they are learning. Playing board games,

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