Here are ten practical (& meta) lessons in planning for your upcoming homeschool.
Because if you don’t have a guidelines to plan, you will caught up in website after website entirely overwhelmed with all the possibilities.
How do you go about planning for your upcoming homeschool year?
Here are ten ideas to planning for your upcoming homeschool year.
- Be realistic. How to do this? Time block your time to discover how much time stuff ACTUALLY takes. And practice being right here now.
- Self-Care is a requirement, not an option.
- You can influence a child, but you can’t control them.
- Academics are not synonymous with an education.
- Plan for the “S” question. You’ll have to answer it to infinity and beyond.
- Plan for YOU in your homeschool too.
- There is no ONE right way to homeschool.
- Everything isn’t always going to go well all the time.
- Always work toward fun in your homeschool days.
- Above everything, know yourself.
You’ve got a website to peruse, Facebook threads to read, and stuff to buy.
So now you know.
When you’re planning for your upcoming homeschool, you might want to try to deschool in your homeschool.
- Deschool your Homeschool Journaling Workbook
- How to Use the Practical Deschool your Homeschool Checklist
- What do homeschoolers want to deschool from: let’s get specific
- How to deschool 101
- Learn about Deschool your Homeschool group coaching.
Or you might want to preplan for potential overwhelm. I have a podcast season (& other resources) dedicated just to you.
- The Homeschool Podcast Season for the Overwhelmed Homeschool Mom
- Learn about Overcoming Overwhelm in your Homeschool group coaching.
- The Podcast for the Overwhelmed Homeschool Mama
- Journaling for the Homeschool Mom to Overcome Overwhelm
- Grappling with Overwhelm Journaling Workbook
You got this, girlfriend!
Reimagine your Homeschool Workbook
Journal questions & workbook that aid in your self-exploration to help you discover the barriers getting in the way of your satisfying homeschool life. Before you put everything away, let’s assess your past homeschool year (& use that as a brainstorming tool to imagine your upcoming homeschool year). Here is a tool to do just that! These journal questions are a self-coaching tool that can aid in greater satisfaction in your upcoming homeschool.
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