Coaching & Counseling, Family, Homeschooling, Lifestyle

Operation Homeschool Recharge: 5 Ways to Prevent Burnout

You've been homeschooling for several years now. Things seemed to have taken off like a rocket blasting into space but now the thrusters aren't working. The tank has ran out of gas. And now you're struggling to make this homeschooling thing work. I get it. I've been there. Before getting into the five ways I… Continue reading Operation Homeschool Recharge: 5 Ways to Prevent Burnout

Coaching & Counseling, Family, Homeschooling, Lifestyle, Spiritual

Starting the Homeschool Journey: 3 Steps to Help You Get Started on the Right Foot

Whether you have freely chosen to homeschool or have been forced into it by circumstances and situations, getting started doesn't have to seem impossible. I vividly remember when my husband and I decided that we were going to homeschool our children. In my heart I knew we were making the right decision, but in my… Continue reading Starting the Homeschool Journey: 3 Steps to Help You Get Started on the Right Foot

Faith, Family, Homeschooling, Lifestyle, Spiritual

Dear Homeschool Mom, It’s OK to break up with your homeschool group

Somewhere, there is a homeschooling Mom who is miserable. If she's not miserable, she feels like she doesn't fit in. She ain't a part of any clique. Her children don't quite fit in with the others. And, it seems more like a burden to keep trying rather than just throwing in the towel. Well, Mom,… Continue reading Dear Homeschool Mom, It’s OK to break up with your homeschool group

Homeschooling

Breaking Down IR3: Recognize & Review

I never think twice about hanging posters on the wall, preparing flashcards, and ordering copywork books... but now that I think about it, taking these actions (and others) fall into the categories of recognize and review in the IR3 method. Think about it. We hang posters because we want our children to have visuals of… Continue reading Breaking Down IR3: Recognize & Review