Encouraging Tips for Parents to Help with the January Burnout
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Some Tips to Mix Things Up!
Ah, the end of January. The time of year that many tend to burn out.
I get it. I’ve been there! If you need a bit of encouragement or some tips to mix things up, I’ve got a great collection of resources for you today. I hope they’re a blessing to you!
If your kids enjoy
Dachelle at Hide the Chocolate has some great tips on creating a Winter Nature Tinker Box to keep your kids busy and creating (without breaking the bank). She also has a free checklist to get you started!
Starting a new year can be exciting, but this time of year, it can also be challenging. Sara at Heart and Soul Homeschooling shares some amazing encouragement and tips to help you start your year with purpose!
If you’re looking for a way to be fully present with your child and include music education in fun ways, Annette from In All You Do has some amazing ideas and encouragement for you!
Are you thinking about including Latin in your middle and high school plans? Yvie from Homeschool on the Range shares some excellent benefits of Latin as well as top resources to help you out!
Do you struggle to “get it all done?” Promise, you’re not alone! Abby from Making Room 4 One More offers some terrific strategies and action steps for getting your kids involved in a productivity challenge based on chore systems!
As homeschool moms, we tend to worry about whether we’re teaching our kids what they truly need to know. Rachel from Faith, Hope, & Joy shares some wonderful encouragement (and tips) about the most important life lesson we can teach our kids.
I hope your week is going well, and that these posts are a blessing to you!
Also, be sure to check out these encouragement cards – perfect for parents or children!
Also, these promises from God for women cards would make a fantastic gift for yourself or a fellow mom.