Here are my top 10 tips for new homeschool moms so that you can rest easy knowing that you have this under control and things will work out just fine.
Don’t let your homeschool continue to boss you around! Use this simple solution for homeschool planning and start telling your homeschool what to do.
Being a homeschool mom requires giving yourself lots of grace, right? But when you also struggle with depression, you need it even more.
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.
Buying gifts for a mom can be tough. It's often hard to know what she'd like or need. Buying for homeschool moms can be even tougher! She's likely home with the kids for the better part of most days. And, that can get tiresome. She might need a little break from...
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.
Meal planning doesn’t have to be difficult. Use these tips to save money while making some pretty delicious meals at the same time.
Having a no-good-very-bad homeschool day? Here are 10 positive affirmations that what you are doing is wonderful, powerful and precious.
Do you long for more balance in your homeschool life? Here are my 3 keys to homeschool balance and how to plan your days to achieve the balance you crave.
Being an introvert makes homeschooling a large family an even bigger task, but being an introvert isn’t a disqualification from being a homeschooling mom.
Parenting with anxiety is no simple feat. But when you’re homeschooling with anxiety…you’ve added a whole new layer to the fear.
As moms, our responsibilities seem endless. You can’t do everything, but you can do the most important things when you know the secrets of being productive.
Instagram, when used wisely, can be another helpful tool in your homeschool mom tool belt. May it give you the information, inspiration, or connection you need, exactly when you need it.
Connecting with our kids takes effort and time you may not think you have, but with a little creative thinking and being mindful you can easily connect with your kids as a working mom.
Maybe you have not found the time to read as a busy homeschool mom. I get it. Last year I put my foot down and carved out time for me to read. In fact, I set a lofty goal of a book a week. And I surpassed that goal. I learned a lot from reading a book a week, and I am excited to share six practical tips with you.
If you are always on the hunt for a homeschool planner that would solve all of your problems and meet all of your needs, you’ve probably realized that the planner that actually does all of these things for you doesn’t exist. Here are my tips for finding one that works.
Doesn’t cooking once a month sound glorious? Freezer meal swaps changed my life. A group of friends all get together and swap meals for the freezer. The concept is simple: each member makes the same number of meals as there are members in the group.
Can you believe for many of us this homeschool year is halfway over? I am often amazed by the speed the first semester of the school year passes. As the first semester winds down, I have found myself evaluating our homeschool year. I don’t know about you, but in our...
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Moms can sometimes be clique-ish. Sometimes THAT mom can feel like they are left out or that they stand out from the crowd. Do you ever feel like, That Mom!? From time to time we all feel this way. But it's can especially be so when we've chosen to go against the...