Whether you are brand new to homeschooling or are a veteran homeschooler, you should know that homeschool burnout is real. It is imperative to take care of your self as a homeschool mom or that temporary burnout may end up lasting much longer than necessary.
Homeschooling is a blessing, but it does come with a heavy load. We can minimize the burdens by taking small consistent steps to make sure we are taking care of ourselves so that we can put our best foot forward day after day.
10 Day Series of Tips For Homeschool Moms
This is part of a series from 15 homeschool bloggers. Be sure and visit each series below.
- Homeschool Planner Printables by Living Life and Learning
- Hands-on Preschool Learning by Teaching with Faith
- History & Geography Resources by The Homeschool Breakroom
- Keeping Homeschool Flexible by Fearless Faithful Mom
- Teach Kids Healthy Wealth Habits by The Homeschool Cafe
- Self Care for Homeschool Moms by Just A Simple Home
- Summer Skill Building by Schooling with Grace
- Developmentally Appropriate Curriculum by Special Needs Homeschooling
- Organizing the New Homeschool Year by Homeschoolin’ Mama
- All about Lapbooking by Heart and Soul Homeschooling
- Free Summer Printables for Kids by The Art Kit
- Fun Food Activities for Kids Learning by How to Homeschool My Child
- Homeschooling the Subjects While Traveling by With the Huddlestons
- Help for Homeschooling Mompreneurs by Thrive at Home
- Creating a Plan for High School with Lifeskills & Social Skills by Ten Minute Momentum
Self Care For Homeschool Moms
Starting June 12th through June 23rd, I’ll be sharing one blog post each day on how you can implement self care as a busy homeschool mom. This series will include practical tips and resources as well as encouragement and inspiration for both the new and experienced homeschool mom.
4. Create Your Morning and Evening Routines (free printable)