Are you looking for the perfect homeschool organization solutions? If you ever feel like your homeschool is one giant mess then you don’t want to miss this.
Trust me I know all too well that the amount of books, papers and random devices are enough to throw this homeschool mom into complete overwhelm.
Homeschool Organization Solutions
Whether it’s random leftovers in your son’s Algebra notebook or a science curriculum that hasn’t been touched in months, homeschool has a way of making us feel like we are living a life of chaos.
It’s easy to become consumed by our homeschool or homeschool organization rather. There are papers and books, notebooks, textbooks, grade books, lesson plans. Ok, I’m already tired just listing those few. Sound familiar?
I know you can relate because you have kids. And kids are messy. (Can I get an amen?) Life is messy, too. Unexpected doctor’s appointments, illnesses, lay-offs and many other life events can make homeschooling a very challenging task.
But I have some really exciting news to share with you, my friend Kim Sorgius is a master at helping people create homeschool systems that actually work. She’s a single (work at home) mom who has homeschooled her 4 kids for 12+ years and she has created an amazing new course to help others tame the homeschool chaos, too.
You’ve got to see the video of her homeschool room. She’s real, practical, and super encouraging. It’s going to shock you when you see her confession and then inspire your heart when you see how easy it is to take control of your own chaos.
Forest Rose is a God Loving, Blessed Wife, & Relaxed, Eclectic Homeschooling Mama to 3 girls – 7, 10, & 11 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She’s passionate about lifting moms out of the homeschooling trenches that are discouraged, overwhelmed or feeling alone or isolated. Her hope is to point them to Christ and equip them to rise up with a new found hope and joy within, that He alone can provide. Besides blogging, she also loves hanging out at her exclusive Facebook Group “Homeschooling 101 Community” that she started to help new homeschoolers thrive.