homeschool mama self-care: challenge your thoughts

Homeschool mama self-care requires that we challenges our thoughts. Nothing says getting real like considering Brene Brown’s thoughts. She is the girl next door–despite her PhD in interpersonal and psychological research. So let’s put on our thinking caps as we think about our thoughts. “Everyone wants to know why customer service has gone to hell…

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Your Home is Not a School

Your Home is Not a School The most important aspect of a homeschool is the relationship between the parent and the child. Our goal is to listen to our kids, so that we can learn what they need. Our goal is not only to teach our high ideals. Though the high ideals be commendable, they…

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Perspective Shift: Am I Living a Life Worth Living, Today?

https://media.blubrry.com/homeschoolmamaselfcare/p/capturingthecharmedlife.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Living-a-Life-on-Purpose.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download “I would like to rise and go Where the golden apples grow.” Robert Louis Stevenson Seize the day. Carpe diem. We’re jolted out of complacency when we hear of a friend’s child killed in a car accident, when we have a pregnancy not continue to term, when our…

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homeschool mama self-care: dashed expectations

Homeschool mama self-care means you need to attend to your dashed expectations. No question, parenting wasn’t as I imagined it before I birthed my first child. Neither was homeschooling after my first year. In both camps, I have had far more frustration and confounding moments than I conceived were possible. And in both camps, I…

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