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article is about homeschool burnout, and
for most busy homeschooling mothers,
burnout happens one day at a time.
If I had to name the number-one cause
of burnout among homeschoolers, I
would sum it up in one word: LIFE. No
two ways about it: life is coming at us fast
and furious. If we hope to prevent, or if
need to be cure, a case of burnout, then
So, what aspects of “life” should we
hone in on to prevent burnout? Here are
planning? Is my family too involved in
extracurricular activities? Am I coddling
or household responsibilities? Maybe I
day than can possibly be completed. Or
thereby missing out on His promise that
changes immediately. If I’m drowning
in paperwork, I’ll spend half an hour
throwing away lots of stuff that I simply
I unsubscribe to lots of email lists. Are
inspection. Is your curriculum strung
from one end of the house to the other?
Carve out a couple of hours and get it all
in one place, sorted by subject (with all
will help your marriage: Do not move the
clutter into your bedroom or the garage!
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Fast and Furious
in on to prevent burnout?