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Have you ever had a bad homeschooling day in which you just wanted to press a reset button? I know we’ve ALL had days like that where we quietly wished for the day to end soon so you can start fresh the very next day. I have some tips that will show you just how you can do that!
As mothers and homeschoolers, it’s hard when we’ve had a bad homeschooling day. We might not know what to do or how to correct the problem. At the end of the day we may feel like we have failed ourselves or our children because of the way we may have handled the situation.
No matter what season you are in we will have bad homeschooling days. It is the way that we respond that will make a world of difference on how your day will continue. It is possible to overcome any bad homeschooling day. We can turn those bad homeschooling days into a blessing!
I want to share what I have done when I’ve had a bad homeschooling day.
Click next to read the 5 ways to reset your bad homeschooling day!
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