Growth mindset in your homeschool results in higher productivity, more joy, less stress, and increased resilience. Five key phrases will get you started!
Being a homeschool mom requires giving yourself lots of grace, right? But when you also struggle with depression, you need it even more.
Yes, you can homeschool gifted kids and provide them with all the things they need to thrive academically and socially. These tips will help.
You might ask yourself why, if worry is my greatest skill, I might choose to homeschool with anxiety. Don’t I worry that I’m messing it all up? Yeah. Daily.
We all experience decision fatigue, but rarely notice it as the cause of our exhaustion. The daily grind of decision after decision wears us down.
Planning purposeful breaks throughout the year is a great way to prevent your homeschool routine from becoming exhausting and a bit too boring.
Declutter your home and homeschool with organization to optimize your achievement in learning and feeling at peace. Anyone who knows me well knows that I am a huge fan of tidiness. In fact, I'll be completely honest with you and tell you that clutter makes me cranky....
Reverse homeschool planning is when you write down what you accomplish rather than filling your planner ahead of time with what you will cover.
As you set new year’s goals, reflect and think of ways you could make your homeschool better by considering ways you got off-track last year.
Mental health conditions affect millions of children. When you consider the advantages of homeschooling, mental health only seems like a fitting addition.
Homeschool planners are wonderful tools if they work for you. If you’re struggling to make the planner work for your homeschool, there is hope!
Ever made it through a holiday break & then feel less motivated to pick homeschooling back up? Here’s what to do when the homeschool blahs have you down.
Homeschooling isn’t easy and some days you just want to hide in the bathroom. Here are 10 things to do when you think you are tempted to quit homeschooling.
We’ve all been there, after a long day of battling through everything our child can’t do and doesn’t know, in tears knowing we have to do this all again tomorrow. This isn’t what we imagined homeschooling or learning to be. But here we are, trapped in this cycle of...
Few people are true ambiverts. When you aim to balance the strengths and weaknesses of your personality, you become your most powerful homeschool tool.
Tired of the homeschooling naysayers? Here’s the cold, hard truth that I’ve learned in the last twelve years while underneath the educational microscope.
There is certainly something quirky about homeschoolers. Let’s stop denying it. Homeschoolers don’t fit in, because they have been trained differently.
Homeschooling is full of freedom. But, you’ll never fully realize that freedom unless you reach out & take hold of the flexibility that comes with it.
Are you thinking of changing your homeschooling approach? Here’s what you should consider before you make the switch with your family.
There is one piece of advice I would give to all homeschool moms…you may have a roller coaster homeschool year. Here is what you can do to plan for it.
When academic expectations interfere with the parent-child relationship, remember your relationship is more important than any lesson, curriculum, or class.