Homeschooling is a blessing but can be so overwhelming!
You are tired of feeling tired. And guilty. And scared.
You want to enjoy these special experiences you have with your kids but you don’t think you are enough. Never enough time. Never enough patience, money, or confidence. And, certainly, not enough time for fun!
Are you thinking, “How in the world do you know that I’m going through all of that? Get out of my head! “
Sorry, I know it’s crowded in there. With all those comparisons and fears of missing out. Way too much negative self-talk.
I’ve been there and it’s not fun.
And I now know the homeschool joy and peace of mind that is yours for the taking.
How do I know this? Because I have lived it and made some awesome discoveries along the way. About myself and my homeschool.
I learned that I am enough.
And I wholeheartedly believe that YOU are enough, too.
Mamas that I know and love have graciously shared how my resources and support have helped them transform their approach to homeschool, family, and life. “You just get it! You know what it feels like to have these struggles and you’ve helped me to know that I can do this! And it’s okay to have learning fun with my kids!”
Remember the classic 80s show “The Golden Girls”? Sophia often would share a story to make a point. “Picture it. Sicily-1923.”
Here’s my chance! “Picture it. Your homeschool-after using these tools and support. You smile as you relax in your homeschool and play a game with your kids. No worries. No stress. Sounds of giggles and memories being made. You exude a glow of confidence and joy because you know are enough and everything is going to be okay.”
When you join the Rock Your Homeschool community,
you will learn how to create an authentic, fun, & effective learning atmosphere.
Bit of back story, Sophia-style!
Head on the table with tears streaming down my cheeks, I felt overwhelmed, afraid, and exhausted as a new homeschool mom. “I’m not enough!” was on repeat in my brain. My picture-perfect visions of homeschool life had been shattered with my reality: being pregnant, chasing a toddler, and unexpectedly bringing home two active boys to homeschool. Why did I ever think that I could do all of this?
Comparison and negative self-talk had taken over. I lost sight of why we even started homeschooling and where we wanted to go. Most importantly, I forgot who I was and was trying to be all that I’m not.
Through a period of soul-searching and learning to trust myself, I rediscovered that I am enough. I found that an authentic and effective homeschooling experience could be achieved when I relaxed and had fun with my boys. Tools and techniques from being a mental health therapist completed this process to boost my confidence. I want to share these tools and support to help you rock your homeschool because I know you are enough, too.
You will find resources and support here on Rock Your Homeschool to help you along your journey. A few favorites are:
- 5 Secrets for Adding Fun to Your Homeschool Every Day!
- Why You Need to Plan for Intentional Fun in Your Homeschool
- 24 Free Affirmation Cards for Homeschool Mom Growth
- 7 Helpful Tips to Trust in the Homeschool Process
You can also learn more about my journey to rock my homeschool on guest podcasts, like:
- My Brave Writer Lifestyle Podcast Interview: Self-Care
- Interviews with Real Homeschool Moms (The End in Mind)
- Cultivating Grace with Amy Milcic
Now that you have learned a bit about Rock Your Homeschool, I’d love to hear from you! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I want to get to know you, your story, and how I can help you have an authentic, effective, & fun homeschool.