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”
My dh is an engineer turned IT guy. At least once a day we talk about the old IT adage, if something isn’t working, “Did you try turning it off and on again?” Then we smile and chuckle about it as our children roll their eyes at us.
How is everyone holding up? For many of you the holidays are beginning to reach a crescendo, with Christmas a few days away. Maybe others of you are done for the most part – enjoy watching the rest of us run around like crazy people. 😉
I was first introduced to the bucket theory through my daughters’ allergist. Basically, the body can be like a bucket, and too much exposure to even mild allergens, toxins, or pathogens fills that bucket, and leaves little room for the immune system to work…like a bucket that has become full from many drops over time.
Welcome to the third part in my Highly Sensitive Homeschooler series on surviving the holiday season.
This third part will focus on something I know so many caring, sensitive moms have trouble with – self care.
Welcome to Surviving the Holidays as a Highly Sensitive Homeschooler.
Today I’d like to talk a bit about boundaries and how to keep them with style and grace.
Continue reading “Surviving the Holidays – Part 2, Know Your Lines” →
Welcome to my series on homeschooling through the holidays as a highly sensitive homeschooler.
Today is Day 1 – Homeschooling.
It’s no secret that homeschooling can sometimes be difficult for a highly sensitive person under normal conditions. Continue reading “Surviving the Holidays Part 1 – The Homeschooling” →
Not sure why God in his goodness ordained that the stressful season of holidays should come right after the November Homeschooling Blahs (if you don’t know what that is I’ll have to do a post on it soon)…maybe the holidays are supposed to be soul filling, but as a highly sensitive mom and homeschooler, it’s hard to experience them that way. I usually feel like I put my head down and plow through none-too-gracefully, then when I come up for air it’s all over and I didn’t enjoy it.