"How to Work and Homeschool" January 2016 Giveaway



Wow! It's been almost THREE years since GHF Press published How to Work and Homeschool. In that time I think I've learned more about the topic than ever--thanks in large measure to Facebook readers who have shared their real-life stories and anecdotes.

Although the ink is more than dry on the text, I'm always looking for new ways to help readers. To that end, as 2016 dawns, I'd like to know what information you are most in need of from me.

Therefore, in exchange for the chance to win a free copy of the original book, in the comments section of this post, I'd love to hear the kinds of things that you'd love to learn more about through my social media channels. 

Tell me in your remarks:

• What do you most want to know about working while homeschooling?
• Where's the pressure point where you need a little guidance?
• Are you preparing to start homeschooling--or preparing to reenter the workforce? What questions do you have?

Alternatively, if everything is going great, tell me how you got to this point of satisfaction. What works for your household--and why?

Note that I want to hear from Moms as well as Dads on this topic.

From your comments I'll be digging up information and resources to share with you here and, for your greatest convenience, via Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

Giveaway Details:
Deadline: January 31, 2016 at 5PM CT
This contest is open only to US and Canadian residents.
The winner will be notified via email in February 2016.





2 comments:

  1. I'm feeling panicky about the number of hours in the day (and all the talk about "self-care"). Our homeschooling hours are picking up (which is wonderful!) and I'm working part-time on top of running my own small business (where I put ALL the pressure on myself to do EVERY idea that jumps into my brain). I just don't have enough time to take care of me, keep up with all the housework, and still be available and happy for my family when dad is home from work.

    Hmm, sounds like maybe I need to re-read your book. :)

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  2. My first year homeschooling my kiddos. They are 12,6,1 and our day is full, everyday. We don't do a lot of activities outside the house but we do a few. I would like to get a part time job but wonder how that would work when I struggle keeping house and school now.

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