Single Parents Homeschooling

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Is it possible? Did you come to this article hoping to find a way to successfully work at home and homeschool? You’ve seen and read about many others succeeding, but your unique situation just can’t find its groove? So, you know it’s possible. But you don’t know if it’s possible […]

Single Parents Homeschooling

How would you define a personal perfect storm? I think about the true definition of a perfect storm. a particularly bad or critical state of affairs, arising from a number of negative and unpredictable factors. Then, I think about life. What if someone experienced a personal perfect storm? What would […]

Single Parents Homeschooling

What are the factors of aloneness vs loneliness? Aloneness vs loneliness. Is there a difference? What causes loneliness? As I sit in my small house, I realize I no longer feel the loneliness I once felt. The loneliness of being in a huge 5-bedroom house filled with tchotchkes. Furniture in […]

Single Parents Homeschooling

There are days where even with a calendar based to-do list, I still find myself running around in circles. It is difficult to maintain balance. Especially, when there are children to nourish and nurture. When there is work to be done and clients to make happy (not just appease). And […]

Single Parents Homeschooling

Me Time This is the point in my day where I start to relax and focus. Early morning. Bible reading. Worship music. Meditation. Movement. Only today it’s been difficult. I haven’t been able to focus. So many things fighting for attention in my mind. And on my To-Do list. A […]

Single Parents Homeschooling

You couldn’t tell me that tears have power. So, I definitely didn’t want to cry. There was no point to that. I wanted to be mad at someone. But I knew that wouldn’t be productive. So, instead, I just sat there. Staring into the void while everyone else slept. And […]

Single Parents Homeschooling

I am proud and happy to be a part of an elementary cooperative. It is actually more than a homeschool cooperative. It is an elementary school. But, it also serves as a co-op for my family. We have opted to do a hybrid type of homeschooling. A friend of mine […]

Single Parents Homeschooling

I meant this blog to be something totally different. Something I researched and studied on for at least a week. Or three. Time constraints led me to go another direction. At least, it is easy to say time constraints. Being a woman of faith, though, I like to say that […]

Single Parents Homeschooling

Worry and The Questions Like most parents, I tend to worry if I’m doing right by my kids. Are they eating enough? Eating the right things? Am I being a positive role model and example? As a homeschooler, I sometimes wonder if I’ve selected the appropriate curriculum for them. Are […]

Single Parents Homeschooling

Whose House?! Homeschooling Through Divorce Homeschooling is definitely not a decision for the faint of heart. As a matter of fact, even those resolute parents wrestle with questions every once in a while. Normally, mothers lead the educational charge in home education. Meanwhile, fathers ensure that the education, meals, required transportation […]