7 Scheduling Tips for Working Homeschool Moms at HHM!

7 Scheduling Tips for Working Homeschool Moms

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7 Scheduling Tips for Working Homeschool Moms found on Hip Homeschool Moms!

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Many people believe that working moms and homeschool don’t mix. I’m here to tell you this is totally not true! You CAN work AND homeschool your children. You can also do it without ruining your children or going insane! Don’t limit yourself because you don’t fit the typical image of a homeschool set-up. What is “typical” anyway?

Whether one works in or out of the house, being a working homeschool mom is a completely different ball game. There are many aspects of homeschooling that have to be different to function well.  I homeschool and also work part-time. I know many moms who even work full-time and still homeschool their kids. Things are actually going well for these families! …..

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Enjoy!

Heather

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9 Comments on "7 Scheduling Tips for Working Homeschool Moms at HHM!"


Guest
1 year 7 months ago

Love this post Heather! It’s getting shared like crazy on the HHM facebook page and twitter! Great job! Welcome to our team!

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1 year 7 months ago

Here is my blog we have a lot in common just wanted to share my blog

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1 year 7 months ago

Homeschoolrn.wordpress.com

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1 year 6 months ago

Hi Heather,
I am so grateful for your post and the simplicity behind your views. I am a working home schooling mama as well. I work as a Labor & Delivery OR Scrub 12 hour shifts twice a week. I am on my 3rd year of homeschooling, I’ve got a kinder gal and a 2nd grade boy. I have a few homeschooling friends but decided early not be in a co-op because of the pressure of ‘fitting in’ to that mold. I am very eclectic and classical as well. Sometimes, I feel like I’m Unschooling too, lol. My kids learn whereever we go, be it at the grocery store, shopping, on vacations, in car rides, in the back yard, etc. I also have learned to make things a lot more simple and that gives me time to be spontaneous each day. I use Story of the World and love it. The one area where I don’t budge is math, though. There’s no other way to do it. Ha!!
I also battle a lung disease which is partly why we decided to home school, it just makes things easier and I am able to savor every moment with my kids in a stress-free lifestyle. No more running out the door all flustered and rushed. 😉
I absolutely LOVE that you mentioned you’re an ‘Urban Homesteader’!!! That is pretty cool. Anyway, thank you for your insight and making me feel good. :)
Blessings!
Life As Lizzy

Guest
1 year 6 months ago

of course one can work and homeschool at the same time. :) I do it! :)