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Homeschool Mom Journal

This Homeschool Mom Journal is to help homeschool moms make self-care a priority. Homeschool Burnout happens when moms push through the tough stuff for too long without making self-care a priority.

Homeschool Mom Journal

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Homeschool Mom Journal

100 pages for you to write thoughts about your homeschool day, what you are reading, your plans, and goals for yourself.  I know that I often wish I could see what was and what wasn’t working on a weekly or monthly basis, so this page will help both you and me to do that!What’s Included:

Use this journal as a way to demonstrate to your kids that you are still learning. That you are making time to take care of yourself.

How to Use Homeschool Mom Journal

The first step of course is to print off your journal. Whether you choose to use a coil binding machine to keep all the pages together, or a binder. Make it as easy for you to use a possible.

I like to keep my journal with my kids’ workbooks to make it a priority to work on me, while my kids are working on their lessons.

Start using your journal by grabbing some books that you have been waiting to read. I recommend no more than a few so that you don’t get yourself overwhelmed with information, or too much that you feel you need to do. You want this to be something that you look forward to doing instead of something you have to do.

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