It’s the end of the school year. Your mind is a jumbled mess of finishing textbooks, squeezing in last minute field trips, typing up portfolios, and pouring over curriculum catalogs for next year.
And you are discouraged.
The dreams and inspiration you gained at last year’s homeschool conference has long-since fizzled and you find yourself approaching this round of homeschool conferences with something akin to cynicism. You never seem to implement all those great ideas anyway…why bother? What you really want to do right now is throw a pity party…but you don’t have the time for one. There’s too much to do, so you just keep plodding along…secretly wondering if there is a better way and seriously scared about what next year will hold.
Homeschooling doesn’t have to be like this!
Now is the time to take charge of your homeschool and begin homeschooling with purpose!
This is a great time to get started! The old year is winding down and you are able to judge with clarity what worked, what didn’t, what needs to be polished and what needs to be revamped entirely.
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be doing a series on Homeschooling with Purpose. However, this series won’t be your usual how-to homeschool series. I want to dig deeper…below the surface of inspirational ideas that eventually fizzle and blasts of information that leave you reeling. I want to give you the stick-to-your-ribs stuff. The stuff that will keep you going when you are weary. The stuff that will remind you WHY you do this. The stuff that will give you JOY and PURPOSE and PEACE!
So, join me as we look at: