Before we even began homeschooling, I had the good fortune to hear Susan Wise Bauer’s warning: “Everyone wants to quit in November and February.”
Time has proven her right: these are the months when I feel like we’re just slogging through it, far from the excitement of the semester’s beginning or the relief of its end.
And these are the months when the days are cold and the nights are long, without the sparkle of the holidays. It’s easy to get sick, busy, or just plain stir-crazy.
November and February might never be easy months, but I’ve learned a few ways to navigate them a little more gracefully….
Today I’m over at Simple Homeschool talking about the inevitable rhythms of homeschooling (although I suspect this phenomenon isn’t limited to home educators). Head here to continue reading.
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Reminder: Twitterature is tomorrow! And I’m loving browsing through your bookshelves from yesterday’s link-up. I will visit every single post, but it might take me a few days. Thanks so much for sharing what’s on your shelves!