Welcome to the February 13th edition of the Homeschool Mother’s Journal at NextGen Homeschool!
We are featuring a theme of the week on a monthly rotating basis to help you select which posts you’d like to share on the link-up. These themes are suggested: If you have something on your heart that you really want to share, feel free! However, if you haven’t posted anything new, you can still participate each week by choosing a post from the past that fits the week’s theme.
We are also increasing community interaction on our social media pages:
Every week, we share your posts on our Homeschool Mother’s Journal Pinterest board and Facebook page, and we tweet them out to our audience as well. We will be using the hashtag #homeschoolmothersjournal when we share your posts on our social media channels, and we invite you to use this hashtag as you post throughout the week as well — especially if you tweet or use Instagram to share. We will search for new posts using #homeschoolmothersjournal and share them with our followers as well!
We’d love to see YOU post questions and interact with other moms in our Homeschool Mother’s Journal community when you’re on social media. Be on the lookout for a question of the day on our Facebook page and submit your own.
New at NextGen Homeschool this week:
Are you in the midst of a struggle that’s creating doubt about whether you should continue to homeschool? This week NextGen Homeschool Author Rosanna Ward candidly shares her struggles with doubt as she’s faced challenging circumstances and how she’s taking it one day at a time. Read her story.
This week’s featured posts are two “What’s New” book reviews that really got our attention:
- Stepping Heavenward by Mrs. Elizabeth Prentiss — Book Review by Sarah Coller at Belle’s Library. My daughters love historical fiction, and I can’t wait to get my hands on this one. Thanks for the review, Sarah!
- Book Review: Look to Jesus: How to Let Go of Worry and Trust God, by Beth at Classes by Beth. While Sarah’s review got me excited about a quality book for my teens, Beth’s review got me excited about a book for myself — and friends who are also struggling with the reality of “letting go” and trusting God completely, especially during difficult times. Thanks for sharing this one, Beth!
Now join us by sharing your “What’s Working” blog posts below and reading what other homeschooling mamas are sharing this week!