Aug 012013

Aye-Aye-Aye-YI!!   Managing your home while being homemaker, teacher, counselor, curriculum designer, principal, etc. can be overwhelming.  If you need homeschool help, you’re in the right place!

The number one way homeschooling moms cope with household management is to involve their children in learning household duties, skills, and responsibilities.  Most homeschooled children help regularly with laundry, cleaning, cooking, helping siblings with lunches, etc.  When you’re a homeschooling mom, you simply don’t have time to do it all yourself, and involving your children can prepare them well for independent live when they grow up.

Whether you were previously a working mom, are currently a working mom, or have always been a SAHM, MANY moms have found help in the **”Side-Tracked Home Executives: From Pigpen to Paradise” means of organization.  You can find a lot of other similar books and programs, not directly related to homeschooling, in the Home Organization section of the Amazon website.  You might also want to read more about organizing schoolwork at our “School Management” page.

Alternately, you might want to join the **”Fly Lady” in her online group for help with organization skills.  She has a lot of great ideas that work for a large number of women.   The sheer volume of email was a bit overwhelming to me, but I did gleen some useful tips from the group.  So, even if you join for a limited period of time, it will likely help you with your organization.