Transition from a school outside the house (public, private, charter, etc) to homeschool is not always the easiest task, but it’s completely doable. It may feel overwhelming but it can be done without pulling out even a single hair (excluding gray hairs, naturally). We are going to discuss the transition to homeschool over the next 5 days with some very easy steps. One day includes giving yourself a pedicure (if that’s your thing. It’s totally my thing).
What is deschooling and why is it valuable? In a nutshell, deschooling is taking time off to regroup, relax, and prepare. This post covers the ins and outs of deschooling, the whys, the hows, the whens, etc.
Homeschooling isn’t always easy so it’s a great idea to have a support network. But finding that support network isn’t always the easiest task. I’ve provided a few places to look for groups and described why I feel it’s important to have your own homeschool tribe.
A lot of people worry about having the space to homeschool, but I promise, finding your homeschool space is not as hard as you think.
Finding Me Time in your Homeschool Day
The most important day of the week is always last, right? Here is how to find your me time and what to do with the time you’ve got. Don’t skip this. It’s the most important part.