How to Get Past Homeschool Mom Guilt

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How to get past homeschool mom guilt

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Hey homeschoolers!

Do you ever feel guilty as a homeschooling mom? I know I do. Whether it’s feeling like I haven’t done the things I should do or feeling like I’ve done some things I shouldn’t, guilt seems to be a constant companion. However, I have been able to get past more of my guilt in recent years than I did at the beginning of my homeschooling journey. If you would like some tips for getting past guilt, listen in. Before we get to this week’s topic, though, I’d like to thank our sponsor, Kiwi Company.

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Teaching Tip of the Week

The teaching tip of the week is to study the biblical calendar with your kids. If you haven’t listened to the interview I did with Ana Willis on encouraging gratitude in our kids, you’ll want to. Ana was discussing how the feast of Tabernacles prepares us for the feast we will enjoy with Jesus one day. That got me thinking about how important the feasts and biblical timeline are to my children’s faith. I know next to nothing about the biblical calendar, so I invited Dianna Wiebe of Grapevine Studies to talk with me about them on my Facebook page. Join us live on November 28, 2017 at 4E/3C/2M/1P. To purchase a biblical calendar for your wall from grapevine studies, go to Psychowith6.com/Biblecalendar. For a limited time use code PSYCHO6 to take 20% off your purchases at Grapevine studies.

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Have a happy homeschool week!

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