All children have fears. However, when fears and worries become so consuming that they interfere with a child’s ability to concentrate, relax, or even function, then they may have an anxiety disorder. According to the CDC, 7.1% of children aged 3-17 years in the U.S. have been diagnosed with anxiety […]

Photo via Pixabay Tens of millions of Americans suffer from sleeplessness, a cultural trend that has resulted in a booming sleep industry. Expensive new sleep technologies, from wearable trackers to smart mattresses, claim to help us get the quantity and quality of sleep we so desperately need. But when you’re […]

Need to take a break? Let’s be honest. As a homeschooling parent, finding practical ways to relax can be challenging. And as a single parent, finding affordable ways to relax can be downright difficult. If you also work at home, the daily management of the home, business, and homeschool makes […]

avoid homeschool burnout

How would you define homeschool burnout? First of all, what is “burnout”? Merriam-Webster defines burnout as: the condition of someone who has become very physically and emotionally tired after doing a difficult job for a long time So, therefore, it would be safe to define “homeschool burnout” as the condition […]