Marcy @ Ben and Me — How to Homeschool Successfully and Work from Home
As I sit down to write this post, it occurs to me that I should title it, “The Things I’m Going to Attempt to Do This Year to Homeschool and Work from Home Successfully.”
Because honestly, I’m not quite there yet.
Erin @ For Him and My Family — When Life Doesn’t Go As Planned
What do you do when homeschool and life happens? Join us as I explain how we’ve survived the past week of animals dying and ER visits while still managing to learn!
Annette @ A Net in Time — Life happens, it does indeed.
You know life happens right? Accidents, illness, weddings, deaths, it all happens and sometimes… homeschooling can make it easier, and sometimes it makes it tougher, depends sometimes on your perspective, the folks around you, and your own personal circumstances. We ALL have life happens. So how does one teach a child when a whole lot of life happens all at once, or if illness is protracted over a year or more? How does one do it?
Leah @ As We Walk Along the Road — Homeschooling In Hard Times
If you’re going through hard times and wondering how in the world you can hold on and homeschool, let me share with you how we’ve been blessed and how others I know have been blessed by homeschooling in hard times.
Carol @ Home Sweet Life — What about when life happens?!
First, breathe, second, pray, third, let go. Let go of your plans and try to embrace the plans God has for you. I might have had great aspirations of finishing a 36 week course with the girls in 20 weeks. I might have had designs to clean the house, plant the garden, or even read a book, but God had other plans.
Audra @ Simply Audra Marie — Homeschooling Through Life’s Interruptions
Homeschooling comes with it’s own unique set of challenges, but when you add a huge life interruption, good or bad, it can become overwhelming. How do you push through when the stress threatens to undo you? I’m going to share a couple of things I do when the road becomes difficult.
Dawn @ Guiding Light Homeschool — Difficult to Discuss
There is a lot of talk in the homeschool world about how advanced homeschoolers are and how smart they are and those who graduate at 16 and such. One thing that isn’t really discussed is those who do NOT do this.
Kym @ Homeschool Coffee Break — R is for… Roll With It
Despite my best intentions to block out the school day hours and focus, there are appointments, errands, a to-do list, and emergencies big and small that make it difficult. Sometimes all we can do is “Roll with it” and make it work.
Dawn @ Double O Farms — When Life Just Gets in the Way
Life – those unexpected moments that are definitely not written into that brand spanken’ new planner that we spent hours picking out – does happen. The measure of our character comes in how we handle those moments.
Dana @ LuvN Lambert Life — Homeschooling While Living With Epilepsy
We simply learn now – however that manages to happen. And you know what? They do learn and they absorb twice as much learning than they ever did in our structured learning days.
Brandy @ Kingdom Academy Homeschool — Schooling Through The Messes
Life Happens. We all know it. And in the midst of all the mess, it can be hard to find a way to keep moving on. This is where homeschooling gets real.
Wendy @ Simplicity Breeds Happiness — Keep it Up!
I’ve said before that homeschooling is one of my greatest joys as a mother. I truly mean that. But that doesn’t mean that it’s not hard, especially when life gets in the way.
Alyson @ Family Style School — Homeschooling is Life
Let’s face it, life doesn’t stop just so we can homeschool.