Meal Planning for Overwhelmed Homeschool Moms

If you are an overwhelmed homeschool mom, you need to add meal planning to your weekly routine. Meal planning is not one more task to bog you down and prove, once again, that you’re failing life. In minutes you can make a meal plan that really works for you, frees up extra time, and helps you put good food on the table every night. The hour before dinner will no longer be the most stressful hour of the day. Here’s how to make a realistic meal plan that can transform dinner. Continue reading “Meal Planning for Overwhelmed Homeschool Moms”

Mother Culture

Do you ever feel like your homeschool mamma brain is turning to mush? You need to find something you love, that develops your mind or develops new skills. That’s Mother Culture. It’s a chance to be a grown-up even if you spend all day with people under five feet tall. I joke that it helps me feel human.  If you find something to do each day that incorporates discipline, delight, and growth, you’ll be surprised by how satisfied and happy you are. Continue reading “Mother Culture”

Four Daily Homemaking Habits

Are there piles of dishes stacked around your sink? Is there a mountain of clean laundry on the couch? Are you stressed about dinner? It is another night to order pizza or have cereal for dinner. How many meals in a row can feed your kids cereal and get away with it? Did you last clean the toilet so long ago that you can’t remember when that was? Laundry, dishes, dinner, and basic cleaning are the tasks you need to keep up with on a daily basis, or you will be drowning in a mess, feeling chronically overwhelmed. Homemaking and homeschooling go hand in hand.  Continue reading “Four Daily Homemaking Habits”