I’ve dreamed of keeping a beautiful bullet journal planner for years. I swoon over examples of gorgeous pages, wishing I could have the same. Then, my reality comes crashing down when I realize my journal would look like a 4 year old made it. That’s when I created The Best Homeschool Life Planner, so I can have a beautiful bullet journal planner already done for me to fill in.<del></del>
Homeschool planning. Some of us love it, some of us hate it. Either way, it can be overwhelming to sit down and plan for your homeschool! What if I told you that you can get a homeschool planning guide to help walk you through it? Take away the overwhelm, the “what am I doing?!” feeling you may be feeling inside? You can create a homeschool plan for purpose and for peace in your homeschool!
School has been going steady for weeks now. We’re in a groove. Or, are we? I had a plan when we started. Then life happened, like it always does. Our schedules got busy. We may have added in more activities than we should have. So, I ditched our homeschool plan. And ditching our homeschool plan has been the best thing for our homeschool yet.
So, let’s talk planning. The question I was asked the most when I brought up starting a homeschool blog with my friends was, “How do you plan your day?” So, let’s dig into it, and some of the other methods of homeschool planning.Read more
What’s better than a FREE homeschool planner printable?! Who here likes to plan?! Guess what?! I don’t! I’m not a planner. Not when it comes to writing paper plans.
I know how many assignments my kids need to do for each subject each week, so I just make sure they get those done and we do them in order. When we’re done with lesson 34, we move onto lesson 35. There’s no reason to write this stuff down, right!? Wrong…well, at least in my case.Read more