Welcome to the February 21st edition of The Homeschool Mother’s Journal at NextGen Homeschool! Join us by linking up your blog posts below and reading what other homeschooling mamas just like you are sharing this week.
What is The Homeschool Mother’s Journal? HMJ is a weekly (Saturday) blog link-up providing a place for homeschool mothers to share our hearts as we journey together. NextGen Homeschool is joining the following blogs to co-host the Homeschool Mother’s Journal Link-up: So You Call Yourself a Homeschooler?, Contented at Home, The Heart of Michelle, Abundant Life and Vibrant Homeschooling.
We are so thankful for each one of you stopping by! If you haven’t already, we’d love for you to like us on our Facebook page as we grow our community over there. We’d love to connect with you there as we will soon begin to share many of the wonderful posts linked up each week.
Do you struggle with finding a balance between protecting your children and being overprotective? How did the desire to protect your children affect your decision to homeschool? This week NextGen Homeschool Author Rosanna Ward continues our series — Ten Things to Let Go of This Year — with her personal experience of learning to let go in this area: Here’s her post.
This week we want to highlight the following posts from last week’s link-up:
Ever feel like you need an escape pod (and other tips on homeschool burnout) by Meredith Henning at Sweetness & Light. We’ve ALL felt this way at one point or another: Homeschooling is hard work and heart work! Meredith shares her best remedies to help beat homeschool burnout.
T is for Transcripts – How To’s and Freebie Resources by BJ’s Homeschool – Our Journey Towards College. Betsy provides a valuable how-to for stress-free homeschool transcripts for your teens preparing for college.
Creating a Mom-Friendly Homeschool by Sallie Borrink Learning. Sallie shares practical tips on how to make sure homeschooling curriculum types, learning styles, schedules, etc. don’t overwhelm us and how to find a balance that works for mom and your children.
We encourage you to take the time to check out these inspiring posts! Now on to this week’s link-up…