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3 Assumptions Homeschool Moms Make

there are three assumptions that most homeschool moms make that are absolutely inaccurate. These assumptions hinder our homeschool ability, and if left unchecked can make us feel like homeschool failures.
There are three assumptions that most homeschool moms make that are absolutely inaccurate. These assumptions hinder our homeschool ability, and if left unchecked can make us feel like homeschool failures.

When I first started homeschooling I assumed a lot of things, some of these were right on. Some, not so much.  However, there are three assumptions that most homeschool moms make that are absolutely inaccurate. These assumptions hinder our homeschool ability, and if left unchecked can make us feel like homeschool failures.

12 Sanity Savers for Homeschool Moms

Homeschooling can be stressful. As a homeschool mom your job is truly 24/7. There are no breaks, there are no days where you send them off to school, and there is no relying on someone else to teach them what they need to know. It’s on you!

Dear New Homeschool Mom,

Dear New Homeschool Mom,

It’s your first year homeschooling! Congratulations! You made a great decision, and one that I am sure did not come lightly.

How are things going so far? Chances are you are feeling one of two ways, either overwhelmed or ecstatic!

Why Homeschool Moms Don’t Need to Know Everything

There’s a common misconception in the parenting community that homeschool moms need to know everything before they can homeschool their children. Questions we are asked include how we teach geometry or what do you know about anatomy? The truth of the matter is homeschool moms don’t need to know everything. There are many such successful homeschool families out there that contain parents that have no more than a high school diploma.

Five Ways a Homeschool Mom Can Make Money from Home

As a homeschool family living on one income can be difficult. It can be done, we are usually used to pinching pennies, and making things last. However, it is also nice when we can contribute financially to our household. I have worked from home for over 8 years. I cut back a lot after we began homeschooling, but I do contribute to our family’s income, and if you want, you can too! Here are five ways that a homeschool mom can make money from home.

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