Monthly Archives: February 2009

7 Tips for Overcoming Homeschool Mommy Burnout

At some point in the year most of us reach that burnout point in our homeschooling adventure. Frazzled Mom went so far to call January, National Homeschool Burnout Month.  This incited an interesting conversation on our local homeschool support group. …

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A Day in the Life of a Homeschooling Family – Wednesdays

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Today is the first day back to our regular Wednesday schedule in four months. I adore Wednesdays; the days are peaceful, quiet, and productive. They’re one of our sanity days at home, where we keep the home in homeschooling. The …

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Talking to Our Girls about Puberty

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Twice in the last two weeks, I’ve had this conversation with other moms. Their daughters are 9 and the moms are wondering about how they are going to go about talking to their daughters about puberty and the changes the …

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Do Menu Planning Services Make Sense?

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Last week another mom and I were discussing routines and kids, and the subject of dining out versus cooking in came up. While she wanted to cut down on how much they were dining out, to help with their budget, …

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Homeschool Split-Personality Disorder

Ever get that panicked feeling that you aren’t homeschooling the right way or the best way?  I certainly do, every once in a while.  And I’m pretty rooted in my methodology. I know what works for our family and what doesn’t. …

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