I certainly had lots
of questions when I was trying to navigate the transition to our hybrid style homeschool five or so years ago.
I've spent my fair share of time crying over homeschool confusion, frustration and wondering if I'm "doing it right" or it's "good enough".
I’ve spent tears confiding in my husband that I think I’m screwing up.
I’ve spent breath convincing my husband that I’m not screwing up!
… we’ve been around the block in our short years of homeschooling our four little ones.
Taking on the responsibility of our children’s education is hard enough in the best of times.
But under extraneous circumstances such as social distancing and sudden isolation, filled with anxiety and fear, it’s a million times harder.
If you’re a sudden homeschooler you might be finding yourself stressed, worried and frazzled.
And that should not be another energy suck for you in this already incredibly stressful time.