Overview: On those bad days it can feel like we are NOT successfully homeschooling high school. Here’s what to consider so you can hold your head high!
Some days we feel GREAT! Other days, not so much, LOL.
On those days — or weeks, or months, sometimes — how do you keep confident that this homeschool high school thing is going well, that you are being successful?
The answer is in this podcast episode. There are some things to consider — some obvious, others less so — to help you maintain equilibrium and keep pressing on without feelings of failure or disappointment.
Remember, I believe you can CONFIDENTLY, COMPETENTLY, and CONTENTEDLY homeschool high school. So listen up to find out how!
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Episode 65: How to Tell if You Are Successfully Homeschooling High School
Dear Homeschool Mom Who Feels Like a Failure: Maybe You’re Looking at it Wrong — this is more for the elementary/middle years but might still be encouraging!
How to Teach the Most Valuable Skill Your Child Will Ever Need — this is about independent learning
Save Your Sanity While Homeschooling High School — has chapters about both independent learning (including how to get started in high school) and about your WHY — oh yea, and also about communicating with your teen