Are you a homeschooling mom deeply in need of encouragement? Are you getting discouraged with the day-to-day details of your homeschool? If so then you need to read Inspirational Homeschooling by Yvonne Strachan. I was blessed this winter to find Yvonne online and offered to review her book. (I love homeschooling books so I was super excited to do this.)
Homeschooling is a big buzz right now with many parents thrust into what they thought was not an option for them. And invariably some will like it, some will love it and some will hate it. Its human nature I suppose. Some will decide this is definitely the path they should have taken all along and others will pray for
Anyway, that outta the way, the depression that I’m talking about is this overwhelming feeling of discouragement or hopelessness. Its not like I have anything to be discouraged about and that rankles me even more.
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So, this article may be titled for the “Homeschool Mom” but honestly any mom (stay-at-home or working away from home) can use it. I’m just focusing on stay-at-home moms because we are responsible for 3 meals a day preparation as a general rule. First off, I am not the regular meal planning mama. I have read some