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As a mom of 4 going into our 2nd yr of homeschool, I can use all the help and tips I can get!ReplyDelete
We are in our 4th year of homeschooling and I had to start working a year and a half ago. And, I am still trying figure out a way to do this without losing my mind :) This book would be such a blessing to this mama.ReplyDelete
I am a single working mama to a four-year-old boy. He has been in daycare since he was 6 weeks old and I've been completely heartbroken over it every single day. He recently asked if I could be his teacher :) I'd really like to take him out of a classroom but have not yet figured it all out. I'd love to have a copy of your book!ReplyDelete
At the moment I am faced with a difficult decision, which is why I was searching how to work and homeschool and came across your blog! My Kindergartner has become the scapegoat of his class. He has ADHD but is an amazing kid. I began working a month and a half ago and I love it, but I feel like I should stay home with him and homeschool him. I think this may be the best for his now fragile self esteem, but the extra money and "break time" is very nice. I homeschooled my oldest two for several years, I know they would want to be homeschooled again as well. My youngest would then stay home too, How to juggle homeschooling 3 elementary students, a preschooler and work...I need to know?!ReplyDelete
I think you'd really enjoy my friends Corin and Mika's book, "Making the Choice," too. I keep it stocked in my online store. Here's a link: http://astore.amazon.com/howtoworkandhomeschoolstore-20/detail/0615496644Delete
i may want to work at least part time when i homeschool my kidsReplyDelete
As a single mom to a 4 year old, I absolutely need to work to sustain us, as I am the sole source of income. I'd love to read your book to help me figure out how to do it all, while maintaining a salary and my sanity!ReplyDelete
I am a Homeschool working full time Mom of 2 kids ages 11 and 9. This will be our 4th year and our first full year of me working full time. I can use all the help I can get! I think the book would be a great tool for that :)ReplyDelete