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How to Homeschool as You Work from Home {Episode 95}

February 22, 2021 2 min read

Can you work from home and homeschool without going crazy? Yes, you can and the tips in this episode of the Tips for Homeschool Science podcast will help you do just that.

I never intended to work from home and homeschool, but that's exactly what I have been doing for almost 15 years. And in that time, I have learned a few tricks to get done what needs to be done, which I am sharing in this podcast!

Welcome to season 7 of the Tips for Homeschool Science Show, where we are exploring the how-to’s of teaching science at home so that you will have building blocks you need for homeschool science.

I am Paige Hudson, your guide through this journey. Let’s dig in…

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Episode 95 - How to Homeschool as You Work from Home

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Timestamps

Here is what you'll find in this episode:

(0:36)

The quick version of my journey to become a work-from-home homeschooler.

  • We didn't plan to homeschool and work from home
  • But that's exactly what we have been doing for almost 15 years

(1:23)

The number one thing I have learned to handle combining work and homeschool is to give yourself grace.

  • There will be things that you want to do that you don't have time to do - give yourself grace.
  • There will be days that don't go as planned - give yourself grace.
  • Realize that this is just a season and give yourself the grace you need to enjoy it!

(2:21)

The second thing I have learned is to have my day laid out in time blocks.

  • I don't do well with minute-by-minute schedules, so I use blocks of time.
  • The first block sets the tone for the rest of my day and then comes work, homeschool, work, and family time.
  • I know that my days will follow a set flow.

(4:08)

The third thing I have learned is to get help.

  • The reality is that you can't do it all.
  • Decide your priorities and then get help for the rest.
  • If you can't afford help, let things go.
  • "Everything is figureoutable!!" - Marie Forleo

(6:26)

The final word...

  • You can work from home and homeschool!

(7:00)

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Can you work from home and homeschool without going crazy? Yes, you can and the tips in this episode of the Tips for Homeschool Science podcast will help you do just that.



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