Keeping track of who in your family is going where and when, no matter the size of your family isn’t always easy. Add in a chronic illness like Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis and you may feel like your life is one big game of catch up. This is how I keep our family of four knowing who is going where and when without me having to tell them over and over again.
How we educate our children is an important topic. One that may hold traditions, societal norms, religious beliefs and even necessity. But does it “really” matter what method we use to educate our children? As parents that live in the United States we have the freedom to choose how our children are educated. That is also a good thing. So how does a good thing get so stressful?
Since being diagnosed with a chronic illness years ago, I have learned to adapt and “hack” my days so that I can get through them successfully with the most amount of energy left at the end of the day. No matter how bad of a day I am having, if my house is in “guest ready-ish” condition, I feel like I have a handle on life. So I thought I would share my tips with you!
Have the best school year yet with these top ten tips!
Planning for a new homeschool year is one of my favorite times of the year!
Over the past four years of homeschooling, I have learned a lot about how to have the best year for our family and each year I get excited to implement what I have learned. I bet I’ll finally get it all down when the kids graduate. LOL! I’m kidding. (I hope!)
Homeschooling can be expensive! Selling your used textbooks and curriculum is a great way to keep your homeschool costs as low as possible.
But where, how and when to sell can be a bit intimidating if you are a first time seller. After five years of buying and selling our homeschool textbooks, I’ve picked up a few tips along the way and I’m sharing my system (that includes a cool tracking sheet) with you today!
Inside: Get 3 awesome fall smoothie recipes, plus find out how I finally beat the cycle of craving sweets during the holidays and falling back into bad eating habits. (Now let’s not get too crazy. A bit here and there is okay!)