A Behind the Scenes Look

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Working from home and homeschooling my children means that I must have a schedule. It is imperative for me to be able to stay on task if I hope to accomplish anything. Here is a look at my day (or the way I hope for most days go):

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6:30 – 8:00 a.m. – Wake up, dress, have coffee and my quiet time. This is my time to get ready for the day ahead and spend some time with The Lord.

8:00 a.m. – Wake the kids. This takes some time. The kids are like their mama. They enjoy their sleep. After they wake up they dress and have breakfast.

9:00 – 10:00 a.m. – Chores and daily pick up time. I am working on a home management binder little by little so that the kids and I can get our house in order. I allow flexibility here because this changes as the seasons of life change.

10:00 – 12:00 p.m. – School work with the kiddos. This is the time that we spend doing our formal work. We are eclectic schoolers and spend a lot of time learning doing hands-on things that cannot be scheduled.

12:00 – 1:00 p.m. – Lunch and clean up

1:00 – 3:30(ish) – Is the time I set aside to work. In all honesty I work off and on throughout the day. If not I couldn’t get things done.

Hubby gets off work at 4:40 so we have supper there after with family time to follow and some nights I work through the evening.

There you have it! This is how I spend the bulk of my days. Just like life, things happen and some days are just thrown off course. I am not tied to these times but it is basically how the day goes.


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Stephanie is a thirty-something, homeschooling mom of two, that married her best friend in 2003. She is the owner and founder of The Multi Taskin’ Mom, Homeschooling on Accident, and Homeschool Printables for Free. Her passion for helping homeschooling moms turned her writing hobby into a full-time job. Since 2013, she has devoted her free time to creating homeschool helps, printables, and a character curriculum: My Character Matters.

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