Ever feel…. less than perfect? Like you need a redo? Like something isn’t quite working?

Let’s face it.. not every homeschool day is a blog worthy day. Some days (weeks) are just days that we’d like to forget, much less share with others! It’s s easy to blog about the good days and the things that do work for us. We don’t always want to talk about the things we’re not good at or the things that didn’t go well. We may not like to talk about them, but we can learn a lot about ourselves, our children and our homeschool style/needs by discovering that something DOESN’T work just as much as discovering something that does. Our failures and our weaknesses provide opportunities for growing and learning– as well as encouraging others.

You’re not alone. Most likely there is someone that has gone before! We can learn from these other homeschool moms who have discovered a homeschool deficiency and learned to adapt, overcome and succeed.

It’s with that purpose in mind, that I introduce:

10 Days of Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Homeschooling

10 Homeschooling, blogging moms share tips and resources for overcoming and surviving our bad days. Some of us aren’t crafty, some of us aren’t very hands on, some of us aren’t very good at math. We all have different strengths and weaknesses and maybe by collaborating together we can encourage each other on this not-so-easy homeschool journey.

Here you will find:

Any of these sound familiar?

As you travel through these ten different posts, I hope you find some encouragement and help your for own terrible, horrible, no good, very bad homeschooling days.

{This series is a part of the “10 Days of” blog hop brought to you by the iHomeschool Network. You can find all TWENTY EIGHT participating blogs here!}

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Hey, y’all! I'm Amber, and I wear many hats: Pastor's wife, marriage advocate, eclectic homeschooler, mother of three, and domestically challenged homemaker--lovin’ life and livin’ deep in the heart of Texas.
I love to write and I hope to use that wisely, to encourage others, and for God’s glory. I seek purpose in the mundane. I want my kids to see God’s fingerprints throughout all of creation, learning, and life. As I teach our children, God is teaching me through this homeschool journey, too. I love Jesus, family, coffee, words, and the color teal.
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