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We have been in one third of our academic year. Where does the time go? It is also the time for all homeschoolers to think and rethink about your homeschooling journey:
- Do you want to go on?
When you want to go on, there will be a lot of things to do to prepare the closing of the year and the opening of the new academic year. It is time to make a checklist for what to do to keep the homeschooling process smoother, meaningful and more enjoyable for both children and parents. It will make a very long post.
- Do you want to be burnt out or give up?
Homeschooling is a choice. It should be able to work with any family condition as far as I can see in the internet. However, we can’t say that everyone is the same. There might be some bearable condition or any better choice that only you know about it. Getting burnt out is not a fault too. However, You have to read some points to do before you burnt out in Blessed Beyond A Doubt, a wonderful blog where I contribute. If you decide to burn out, then what will your next steps be?
Isn’t it like a suspense toward your next further step? Beyond anything, one thing that you need to remember that involving God’s presence in making the decision through some prayers is really needed ultimately. God will help us to make out the decision works the best for everyone.