I am so happy to be back with another video this week!
If you’ve been following along with me on You Tube the past few weeks, you know that I post a new video at the beginning of each week, 3 to 4 times a month.
This past week, I co-hosted a family reunion and I spent some time at the beach with my extended family, so I didn’t have the opportunity to record a new video.
But I am thrilled to say that I am back to You Tube this week, answering a reader’s question.
A few weeks ago, a reader asked me to describe my routine for taking care of myself each day. How I meet my own basic needs while taking care of my family and home and homeschooling my children.
That’s a good question!
I’m so glad she asked, because I’m always willing to answer questions pertaining to how I mother or take care of my home, or in this case, take care of myself.
How I Take Care of Myself as a Homeschool Mama
We all know that mothers are generally not the best at taking care of themselves – present company included. We’re so interested in making sure that the people around us are fed, changed, loved, and clothed, that we often gloss over our own needs.
And while this is often the case with mothers in general, I believe this occurs regularly with homeschool moms.
I, however, have found that if I can consistently take care of 4 basic issues for myself each day, I am a much more gentle, encouraging, helpful, loving mother to my kiddos.
You can watch below!
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Another Resource for Homeschool Moms
I mentioned another resource in this video:
→ What Bible Time Looks Like in Our Homeschool (take a small peek at what my own Quiet Time looks like each day)