This is what we’re going to discuss and clarify in our 8 weeks together:
Element 1: Find Purpose Amid Challenges
Uncover the 'why' via your values & vision in your homeschool journey and how it fuels your resilience.
When we know why we're doing what we're doing, that we can wake up every morning and know it has a purpose, we can weather our challenges more easily.
Element 2: Embrace Frustration & Overwhelm
Learn effective strategies to turn challenging emotions & moments into opportunities for growth.
When we create a plan (& a practice) to address our moments of frustration or overwhelm, we don't dread the hard homeschool moments.
Element 3: Define Your Educational Intentions
Craft a clear intention for your homeschool, aligned with your beliefs and aspirations, and lean into child-led learning.
When we're clear on what we believe an education is anyway, what the purpose of our home education intentions is, we don't flounder when someone shares a new curriculum, routine, method, or criticizes our "way".
Element 4: Unpack Unhelpful Mindsets & Expectations
Release unhelpful mindsets to create space for a fulfilling, child-led education, meaningful memories, and a more purposeful life.
When we explore our unhelpful mindsets from our own experience of education and explore the unhelpful mindsets of our culture's approach to education, we can release ourselves from unrealistic expectations, focus on our family, and enable a more child-led education.
Element 5: Streamline Daily Homeschooling
Rejig your routines, planners, and curriculum choices for a more organized and joyful homeschool by learning to time block your life.
When we clarify our plans around morning routines, daily routines, homeschool planners, and curriculum choices, we don't need to be drawn into yet another idea about homeschooling: we can just do our thing.
Element 6: Achieve Long-Term Success
Tackle challenges specific to different family dynamics and ensure a sustainable homeschool journey.
When we create a plan to address the challenges of large-family homeschooling, small-family homeschooling, toddlers, teenagers, sibling rivalry, complaining, conflict, and boredom, we feel we can do this homeschool thing for the long term.
Element 7: Navigate Emotional Challenges
Equip yourself to handle emotions, doubts, and overwhelm in a nurturing way.
When we know how to address the challenges of this homeschool life, like dealing with our big emotions, our kids' big emotions, doubt, overwhelm, and anger, we will feel like we're mothering our kids beautifully.
Element 8: Embrace Imperfection & Confidence
Discover how imperfection can be the key to confident homeschool and life choices.
When you know that perfection is found in the imperfection, you'd be a whole lot more confident, unafraid at declaring your homeschool (& life) choices.