Homeschooling on those Not-So-Good Days

The Prepared Homeschool

Photo credit: Amanda at The Scarlet Paisley

Yes it’s inevitable, we all have them, those not-so-good days, however as you’ll discover in the article below written by Amanda who blogs over at The Scarlet Paisley a little preparation can go a long way in easing some of the stress that goes hand in hand with a day that’s not going the way you would have liked. So rather than letting a not-so-good day get the best of you why not do as Amanda suggests in this article and do a little planning ahead of time so you too can make the best of those not-so-days.

The Prepared Homeschool: How to Rock the Days That Don’t Go Perfectly

Some days are just a special kind of crazy, aren’t they? We all know them. We all have them. Those days when everything seems to be falling apart, upsetting the plans made in our most optimistic moments.

Days like this have the ability to throw us off track so quickly. What if there was a way to salvage the days when everyone is feeling blah and all seems to be going poorly? When the baby is teething, the dog won’t stop howling, and the rest of the kids have staged a revolt against being calm and compliant. How about when the dishwasher floods, leaving a soapy pond in the middle of your kitchen right at the moment you are finally able to sit down and teach geography? And then somebody throws up.

 

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Being prepared for any given eventuality is key to making the most of a not-so-day. I hope you have found the information presented in this article helpful. If you’d care to comment on it or add your own thoughts on how you cope with the days that just don’t go well please feel free to use the comment box below. Until next time remember that God loves you… This is the day that the lord has made, I will rejoice and be glad in it.

 

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Vic is a retired construction superintendent. In 2009 Vic opened Top Ranked Local, a small website development company to help small businesses with their online marketing. Vic is also on the Board of Directors for Safe Family Ministries a Christian based non-profit that helps women and they children transition from a life of abuse to new life through Jesus Christ.

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