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Get REAL with your homeschool.

A healthy, effective homeschool prioritizes four things:





You should work on your expectations first.

Expectation is the root of all heartache.

We image the day will go well because we started with prayer and a checklist. The day brought math tears and conflict, so we chalk it up as a failure.

What if both the math tears and the conflict were God’s will for our day and for our children’s discipleship?

We need to remember that the point is growth, learning, sanctification, not smooth and easy.

Over the next week, I’ll send you a few emails with next steps – baby steps – to take to improve your expectations.

It will not require an entire life overhaul or a ton of time.

While you wait for those emails, you might enjoy this video on being truthful about your homeschool and yourself:

I also have these blog posts you might enjoy:

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