We’ve all been there as homeschoolers.
“Mom, this is boooooring.”
“Mom, I hate math.” *Foot stomps* “I’m not doing it!”Continue reading “What to Do When Your Child Won’t Do the Work”
I’ve been at this homeschooling gig for 15 plus years. After a few turns around the sun our years started taking a very predictable course. Maybe you can relate.
August – I get caught up in the school supply sales (love me some paper products! LOL) and rah-rah of a new school year about to start. Continue reading “The ups and downs of my homeschooling year” →
(Times are approximate. I’m severely Type B, after all.)
Technically, the first day of school was supposed to be this Tuesday, the day after Labor Day. That was the day my other kids started high school outside the home so it made sense to me. However, some day in July it made sense to me to make a long doctor’s appointment for my son on Tuesday. Not sure what I was thinking…but it worked out in the end. It was even a good visit – we don’t have to go back until December, and his joints are looking good! (Thanks to lots of horrible drugs /insert scowly eye roll here). Continue reading “A Day in the Life of a Type B Homeschooler – First Day of School!” →
Well hey hey, look at that I’m actually blogging. 😀
The upcoming start of a new school year has energized me to want to blog again. I finally feel like I have some things worth sharing! So much emotional turmoil over the summer kind of left me tongue tied (I’m sure I’ll talk about it eventually), but the promise of new books and school year fun is always nice to chat about.
I can’t believe it’s been months since I
utterly destroyed accidentally wiped out my site.
I’ve ached to come back here and at the same time have been completely tongue tied. Sometimes I love Facebook and Instagram for the “one sentence and done” availability of updating. Doesn’t fly so well in a blog, although I’ve thought about blogging how I used to so many years ago – simply telling a joke, or writing a short paragraph, interspersed with much longer posts of substance. I think it’s more like real life, and more like how my head works, but not exactly “how blogging is done” these days. Maybe I’ll be a trailblazer again. 😀Continue reading “2016-2017 School Year Update” →
Did you ever wonder what other homeschoolers think about homeschooling and how they run their days? Well, Amanda from Sicily’s Heart and Home is doing a great Homeschool Interview Series and today is my turn!
Head on over to today’s post to hear me ramble on some more about our crazy homeschool, successes and failures, burnout, and a typical day. Honestly, I could go on and on about it here, but apparently I went on and on about it over there, so I will spare you. 😉
Hope to see you there! Have a wonderful day!
I’ve just started reading Standout 2.0 by Marcus Buckingham. It’s supposed to be about “winning at work,” and honestly, I got it out of the library to take a peek at for my older daughters. They are both wondering–at 16 and 18–what the world holds for them career wise.
While I got it for my kids, I was immediately struck by how applicable it is for homeschooling moms.
We all think about the downsides to being highly sensitive and homeschooling, mainly because they are in our face every day.
(Do I mean the downsides? Or the kids? Hmmmmmm…)