Homeschool burnout – we all go through it. Because it’s typical for most homeschoolers, just know that you’re not alone. In this podcast episode, I share two tips that have helped to overcome homeschool burnout each year.
Tips that have helped me to overcome mid-semester homeschool burnout.
- If it’s not working, scrap it. Feel free to switch out the curriculum if it doesn’t work or put it on the shelf for a while and come back to it at a later time. There is nothing written in law anywhere that says you have to keep using a curriculum that doesn’t work. Sometimes these changes might need to occur in the middle of a semester, and if so, that is okay. Do what is best for your family and keep rolling. Try something new.
- Network, collaborate, and enjoy community. We need an outlet for motivation and to avoid loneliness. It’s imperative that we collaborate with others and gain encouragement and strength from one another. I soak up the energy of networking with others.
For example, as a result of being online, collaborating and networking, I met Mahogany Homemaker – so never underestimate the power of meeting up with other homeschoolers online. You never know who you might meet in person one day.
Helpful scriptures to avoid homeschool burnout
1 Peter 5:7 -“casting all your anxieties on him, because he cares for you.”
Psalm 62:5-“For God alone, O my soul, wait in silence,for my hope is from him.”
I share our recent giveaway giveaways:
Great Homeschool Conventions Giveaway winners: Gwyn C., Jessica H., Kayla A.
Applecore Giveaway winner: Tracey M.
Recent posts of interest by our contributing writers:
Unconditional Love for a Child with Special Needs (by Gabriella Volpe)
How To Show Love To Children in 5 Easy Ways (by Stephanie Catlett)
- My ebook: Avoiding Homeschool Burnout
- Homeschool Tracker
- Homeschool Sked Track
- Donna Young.org
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