Self Care and the Homeschool Teacher
Because as a homeschooling mom, it’s easy to get so wrapped up in your child’s education that you neglect yourself. Their learning is your work, your mission, your life.
But if you don’t prioritize your needs, you’ll become fed up and burned out.
Remember that you are teaching your children in all that you do—including self care.
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