Written by Jamie Martin of Simple Homeschool and Steady Mom
Sometimes the image of homeschooling online appears bright, peaceful, and glittery.
Very much opposite of real-life homeschooling, which can be loud, messy and downright difficult at times.
As a site whose mission is to “deliver regular doses of homeschooling inspiration, confidence, and freedom to parents worldwide,” my contributors and I feel like it’s important to write vulnerably–so you know you aren’t alone.
We’re hoping that since we’ve opened up, you’ll feel safe to do likewise. Burdens are meant to be shared, after all.
So feel free to link up your own hardest part of my homeschool year post using the linky below. (If you don’t have a blog, please share in the comments section.)
Let us know: What’s been the hardest part of your past homeschool year, and what are the steps you’re taking to deal with/overcome it?
Note: You’re only given 50 characters to describe your post.
So in the name section, write your name and just one or two words to describe the hardest part of your homeschool year. For example: “Jamie – angry child,” “Kara – work at home,” or “Shawna – depression.” That will help readers look for specific advice at a glance.
Thank you so much for being a part of this series! If you haven’t had time to write your post yet, no worries!
This linkup will stay open for an entire month, so feel free to come back and add your link within that time.
(If you’re reading this post in an email or reader and want to check out everyone’s links, just click here to go to the blog.)
Let’s help those burdens grow lighter by distributing their weight!