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9 Tips to Keep Housework at Bay While Homeschooling

9 Tips to Keep Housework at Bay While Homeschooling

9 Tips to Keep Housework at Bay While Homeschooling BY LINDA DOBSON You think your house has that "lived-in" look now? Wait until it's actually lived in! But where is the law that says our homes must be void of dust bunnies, and who gave Martha Stewart the final say on it all? Homeschooling families leap the housework hurdle in their own [...]

Tips to Help Your Homeschooled Child Through the Back-to-School Hype

Tips to Help Your Homeschooled Child Through the Back-to-School Hype

Tips to Help Your Homeschooled Child Through the Back-to-School Hype  By Sue Patterson Let a veteran homeschooler mom help you help your children enjoy missing the back-to-school hype. You can't miss it. "Back to School" ads. "School Clothes" shopping. Even conversations among complete strangers who run into each other at the grocery store, [...]

6 FREE Spring Homeschooling Learning Activities that Are Fun, Too!

6 FREE Spring Homeschooling Learning Activities that Are Fun, Too!

6 FREE Spring Homeschooling Learning Activities that Are Fun, Too! By Linda Dobson Because homeschooling families place learning at the core of their lifestyles, they become very adept at finding/seeing/inventing homeschooling learning activities they know will inspire their children. It's true, all children are different, but it's quite [...]

Homeschooling: When Doubting Thomas Is Your Husband…Or Yourself

Homeschooling: When Doubting Thomas Is Your Husband…Or Yourself

Homeschooling: When Doubting Thomas Is Your Husband...Or Yourself By Linda Dobson I'd love to report that when homeschooling is the topic of spousal discussions, it produces an instant meeting of the minds. This isn't always the case. While in some households Dad tries his darnedest to sway Mom, more often it appears to be the opposite [...]

Five Top Tips for Avoiding Homeschooling Burnout

Five Top Tips for Avoiding Homeschooling Burnout

Five Top Tips for Avoiding Homeschooling Burnout By Linda Dobson Homeschooling burnout occurs most frequently when a person is focused on one life aspect to the detriment of other life aspects, or when one goes about a pursuit in such a way that accomplishing it creates stress and dissatisfaction. You can help prevent homeschooling burnout [...]

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