was going to name this post how to homeschool when you have a million and one other things to juggle. Because let's face it. That's most people's reality. But then I decided to be more specific. What you need to know is how to homeschool...
Maybe I’m naive.
Or slightly twisted.
But when I found out that there was an organisation called couchsurfing that would allow me to travel the world with my teenagers (for free) while meeting other like-minded people, I jumped at it.
Yes, it would mean that we’d be sleeping under the same roof of complete strangers, maybe even on a couch, but we’d get to know interesting people and listen to stories that I hadn’t heard a thousand times before.
And who knows? They might even invite my teenagers to stay for a few years.
The funniest thing happened yesterday.
Because it was Father’s Day, I said my husband that on this week’s podcast episode we should talk about him being a homeschooling dad. Give some tips to all the other dads, husbands, or partners out there that are currently faced with being a new homeschooling parent.
o homeschool mom is the same. Aside from the fact that you (probably) say tomayto and I (definitely) say tomarto, there are - according to the Myers Briggs - 16 personality types. Meaning that every single one of us homeschooling moms are wired...
If you are wondering how to balance homeschooling and working at the same time then you are in the right place.
Let’s do an elbow bang.
I have been homeschooling for almost ten years, and for the second time in my homeschooling career, I find myself, once again, in the position of balancing homeschooling with earning some money.
hen you first start to homeschool you have a billion questions that need answering. What? How? Should? Can? But the truth is, no one can tell you how to homeschool. Not even the Queen. Maybe a veteran homeschool mom will give you her...