It’s that time of year when we, as homeschool parents can use a little encouragement and refreshment. Burnout is something practically every homeschool parent will encounter at one time or another during their homeschool years. What can we do about it? Besides the big one: prayer, we can also be prepared for when burnout strikes. Our TOS Crew members have some advice and encouraging words for you in their posts this week. I encourage you to visit their blogs and kindly leave a comment or two to let them know how much you appreciate them taking the time to share their thoughts during their busy homeschool days. We hope you enjoy this week’s cruise!
Catherine @ Serenades and Solace discusses Giving yourself permission to STOP.
Laurie @ Lauries School Days says Shake it Up!
Lisa @ The Berry Patch details Keeping Sane While Homeschooling.
Betty @ Peace Creek on the Prairie writes Homeschool Burnout~Avoiding the inevitable.
Rodna @ Training Children up for Christ asks Do you have the Burnout Blues?
Isabelle aka Canadianladybug @ Life at Oak Grove writes End of the rope.
Julie @ A Teaching Heart shows how to Guard your heart from burning out.
Christine @ Our Homeschool Reviews discusses Burn Out ~ How To Avoid It.
April @ Heartfelt Homeschooling is Avoiding Homeschool Burnout.
Debbie @ Debbie’s Digest asks Are You Weary in Well Doing?
Debra @ Footprints in the Butter writes Burnout. I’ve got absolutely nothing helpful to say.
Be sure to stop back next week when Crewmates discuss homeschooling while pregnant or with a new baby!
This article was compiled and written by TOS Crew First Mate Jodi who blogs at The Homeschool Desk!