How to Work from Home while Homeschooling

Set a timer. When the timer goes off, check in with yourself. How am I feeling? What are my needs right now? What’s going on right now? This helps you think of yourself and your feelings. You can search for the needs behind the feelings and meet your own needs.

How to Work from Home while Homeschooling

Meaghan Jackson of Gentle Parenting is a Parenting and Homeschool Coach.  She has taken her passion for bringing peaceful calm to family life and pairs that with her background in education to help parents become more confident and well equipped.

Meaghan has a Bachelor of Education and Engineering along with several years of teaching experience at a private school. Since she had children she has homeschooled her three boys and is an advocate for the homeschool community, organizing events, and leading classes.

As a successful business owner and entrepreneur, Meaghan understands the difficulties that many parents go through trying to juggle it all. Her family’s struggles and transformation is what led Meaghan to become a Parenting Coach because she desires for others to rediscover the joy in parenting.

What better way to describe the messy, fun exciting life of a mom with three boys!

What is the point of learning? Do they really need to know this exact topic right now or is it about learning how to learn?

Meaghan Jackson, Gentle Parenting Coach

Meaghan’s Advice for Working Homeschool Parents:

  • This isn’t a business setting. It’s still a home.
  • Write down your priorities, your absolute must-have activities. Schedule you day around those calls.
  • Connect with your kids before you work so they are fed, watered and have their emotional needs met. Then plan what they’ll do while you’re occupied.
  • Make sure the kids are safe.
  • Provide a sensory bin for younger kids.

You can find Meaghan at…

You can take a mini-retreat here: the Homeschool Mama Retreat.

Get more encouragement in the book: Homeschool Mama Self-Care: Nurturing the Nurturer

Homeschool Mama Self-Care: nurturing the nurturer

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