It felt like a constant fight to get my kids to do their school work – almost every single day. I would find myself becoming increasingly frustrated to the point of yelling at my kids to get back to work. Then the feelings of guilt would wash in…I blew it again. My kids were left feeling discouraged and like failures. Actually, we all felt that way. This isn’t what I wanted my homeschool to look like. This wasn’t what I had dreamed of. And I am sure it isn’t what they wanted either. So, why are we fighting this? How did it become so…joyless? We had lost joy in homeschool. Well, I learned a few things along the way…important things I want to share with you. This post is for when you need joy in your homeschool.
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