Homeschooling and Working from Home with Ease

…A laugh for the dirty window panes hiding the love within–Bruce Cockburn

Homeschooling and Working from Home with Ease
Let’s just get this straight at the beginning.  It’s not easy.

Homeschooling is a full time vocation.  When you add paid work on top of that, you’ll find there’s usually more to be done than hours in the day.

But there are ways to meet the inherent difficulties with a measure of grace.  There are practices that add a bit of ease into the long days.

I haven’t done much sewing, but I’ve made myself a few skirts.  After you take your measurements, you add a couple of inches for ease–a little extra for movement & comfort.

This month we’ll explore systems, hacks, tools, and best practices to help you successfully combine homeschooling with working from home.

These practices are like those few inches.  They give a little breathing room, making space in your days for the motion of the Spirit.

Join me in using the hashtag #HomeschoolHappy  on Instagram to share moments of joy and pockets of peace.

I’d love to see what homeschooling and working from home looks like in your life!

Protect your time.  Feed your inner life.  Avoid too much noise.  Read good books.–Jane Kenyon

 

Homeschooling and Working from Home with Ease

 Intro

Before we Begin

Doing It All

Sabbath Rest :: Gracious Space

Time Budget

Hard Lines :: When I Work

What Can Get Done In a Day

Planning Becomes Essential

A Time to Clean

Food to Eat

Sabbath Rest :: Gracious Space

Let Your Life Nourish You

The Best Homeschooling Book

Self-care Through Morning Time

Seeing God in the Daily Round

Observing Natural Rhythms

Resting on the Sabbath

Sabbath Rest :: Gracious Space

Block Scheduling :: Advent and Lent

Inspiration Everywhere

Making Space for Margin

Good Enough…Is Good Enough

Review Time

Finding Community

Sabbath Rest :: Gracious Space

Finding (Business) Mentors

Finding (Homeschool) Mentors

Redeeming the Time

Add in Treats

Be Your Own VA

Be Your Own Best Mother