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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Waiting Room Boredom Busters!

Don`t Plug In…Be Creative! If your child is sick, often sitting on your lap and reading a story is all you will need to pass the time.  But what if all your other children are in tow? Perhaps no one is ill and you are just waiting for another type of appointment or event? We could hand over the electronic devices for our kids and ourselves to pass the time. Or you can choose to unplug from technology for a while and plug into everything around you….including each other! Here are some ideas and things we have done to help

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