Setting Boundaries for Work When You Homeschool

Setting Boundaries for Work When You Homeschool

When you’re a working homeschool mom, setting boundaries for your business or job is crucial for success in both areas. It is important to set personal and professional standards with your children and clients in terms of workload, timelines, and even payments to present yourself as a professional and responsible (mom and) worker. The Importance…

5 Tips for Successfully Working and Homeschooling
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5 Tips for Successfully Working and Homeschooling

Family dynamics look much different than they did many years ago. Fast forward to today’s society and you’ll often see that parents are juggling both working and homeschooling. Although some families have steered clear of even attempting this journey, I’m here to tell you that not only is it possible, you can have a successful…

Homeschool and Work From Home? 5 Tips to Organize Your Day

Homeschool and Work From Home? 5 Tips to Organize Your Day

Homeschooling and working from home is becoming the norm these days. But how do you organize your day to ensure you and your children get everything done – and done well? If you find yourself in this unique position, keep reading for my top five tips to organize your day when you homeschool and work…

3 Steps to a Daily Homeschool Routine for Your Family
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3 Steps to a Daily Homeschool Routine for Your Family

One of the quickest ways to set your homeschool up for success is by creating a daily homeschool routine that best serves your family. As multiple studies show, setting up a daily routine benefits your sleep, mental health, physical health, and also family relationships. When you and your children have a general plan for how…

WFH Mistakes Homeschool Moms Make…and What to Do Instead
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WFH Mistakes Homeschool Moms Make…and What to Do Instead

More work-from-home (WFH) moms homeschool today than ever before. Whether you made the decision to homeschool, or it was thrust upon you due to the pandemic, chances are you’re a bit nervous and worried about making some WFH mistakes. And some homeschooling mom mistakes. You might feel hesitant to get started or a bit fearful…