Introducing the 12 Day Self-Care Strategies for the Homeschool Mama

Homeschool Mama: this is your self-care challenge, if you choose to accept it.

Teresa Wiedrick

Yes, I’m gonna do it.

I’m gonna ask you to join me. 

You, busy homeschool mama!

Who is in the thick of…

  • Online gift shopping,
  • Tree decorating,
  • Advent celebrating,
  • Cookie baking,
  • Trying to finish workbooks
  • Trying to add a few Pinterest crafts or that Christmas thing you saw on an Instagram account, that you always wanted to do, but then discovered after $50 at Michaels and two hours planning, that only you wanted to do, and not one kid wanted to do with you.

You’ve still got

  • laundry to fold,
  • dishes to wash,
  • meals to make,
  • groceries to order online,

and no, everyone isn’t coming over for Christmas dinner this year, so there’s a little bit less of that pressure, 

but still…

This is your reminder to take care of you. To nurture you. To take care of you this December.

Teresa Wiedrick

Would I challenge you to add another thing on your already weird December list? 

You wouldn’t EVEN! you say.

But mama, I’m not giving you a TO DO list. I’m giving you a TO GIVE list… a to give list you need to give to YOU.

In less than fifteen minutes a day, maybe even in five, I’m going to introduce you to twelve self-care strategies that will help you do these next few weeks with more satisfaction and peace.

And then after Christmas, these self-care strategies will be the gifts that keep on giving.

Really, they will be.

So, join me.

Just fifteen minutes a day.

Join the 12 Days of Self-Care Challenge

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

Call to Adventure by Kevin MacLeod