Live Life Well: Encouragement for the Journey

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Getting Back into Our Homeschooling Routine

Having a routine in place when you are raising children is a must. But when you are homeschooling it is dire! Here is Georgia we are require to “school” for four and a half hours. This takes a huge chunk of your day. And when you get off of your normal routine, everything seems to take so much longer. This is what is going on in our house right now! Everything feel a little “off”. And both Matthew and I are feeling the pressure. I do not unschool, but I am pretty eclectic in my schooling. We do a lot of reading together, but there are a few subjects where we have got to really put in the work. This has be a huge struggle the last two weeks. I have probably said some things that I should not have and lost my patience a few times.

I think remembering that getting back on a routine is just as hard for MK as it is for me is a huge help. And grace, lots of grace. So when he can not focus on those last five or six math problems, I sit with him and talk him through them and we are done in under five minutes. Isn’t that better than yelling? Better for him, and his heart? Isn’t that why I homeschool? So I offer myself a little grace as well, and make a note for next year, follow Mother of 3’s advice!!

In our featured post this week we journey over to Our Unschooling Journey to grab some amazing tips on getting back on schedule after the holiday break. And boy do I wish I had read this list two weeks ago!! Thank you so much for this!! This mama really needed it.


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Our Unschooling Journey Through Life

Back on Schedule After Our Holiday Break by Mother of 3

I was toying with whether or not to continue our holiday unschooling or dive into some more traditional schoolwork today.  The boys pretty much decided that for me when they asked what we were going to do for school today.

I had a few things planned in the back of my mind for today, but knew that after almost two full weeks off it would take a while for us to get back into our normal homeschooling routine.

Here are some tips for getting back on schedule:

1.  Ease into the routine slowly: 

  • I recommend starting with just a few core subjects:  I decided to stick to our traditional math and reading and then add in just a bit of world history.
  • We were pretty much all done our work by lunchtime regardless of my vow to do more traditional schoolwork and have a set schedule for this winter.   Again I wanted to ease into our schoolwork.

2.  Try to keep it fun and light:

  • The boys had been asking to learn about vikings so I pulled one of the viking books from the library and thought we could watch How to Train Your Dragon as part of it too.


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2 thoughts on “Live Life Well: Encouragement for the Journey

  1. Thank you for hosting. I linked my mom’s tuna noodle casserole recipe, a mac and cheese even an adult can love, and a healthy dump and go soup.. I hope you enjoy them! Have a happy week! #OverTheMoon #WWBlogHop #ThursdayFavoriteThings

    1. I am sure that we will!!! I made the Frito Taco stuff the other night and it was a HUGE hit with my family!! Thank you so much for spicing up our “Taco Night”!!

      Thank you for linking up!



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