Emotional health, often at the forefront of our parenting journey, can be a lot to wrap our minds around. It’s helpful to have a few extra resources to support you along the way. Here are a few I recommend to get you started… Emotional Health Resources Education. When it comes to … [Read more...] about Emotional Health and the Stay-At-Home Mom(Part Four): Extra Resources
How can we learn to grow in our understanding of emotional health as we help our kids navigate their own emotions? What a good question, right? Until I had kids and emotions became the forefront of my day (hello 2 under 3 - and one more four years down the road), emotional wellness and mental … [Read more...] about Emotional Health & The Stay-At-Home Mom (Part Three): How to Navigate Emotions With Our Kids
Emotional wellness is a key part of mental health, and our mental health steers a lot of the day as a stay-at-home or work-at-home parent. We are consciously or subconsciously dealing with our own emotions whatever they may be and the emotions of those that are in our care. Along with being the … [Read more...] about Emotional Health & The Stay-At-Home Mom (Part Two): Emotional Awareness & Stress Reducers
Stay at home moms and work at home moms alike know all too well the emotional roller coaster that comes with doing their job. And not only are they riding that roller coaster, but they also have very impressionable passengers that can make or break the ride. In comes emotional health. … [Read more...] about Emotional Health & The Stay-At-Home Mom (Part One)
Tossing around the idea of homeschooling? Wondering what you might be in for?? I'm gonna let you in on some of the ups, downs, and in-betweens of homeschooling I've found over the past few years. There are a ton of benefits to the homeschooling lifestyle but I can definitely say it is not without … [Read more...] about The Ups, Downs, and In-Betweens of Homeschooling.
When you first start thinking about starting homeschool, it's such a vast array of emotions, from one end of the spectrum to the other. First, it's… "alright, I can do this….I have all these visions and ideas for what this is all going to look like…we got this.." And then, gradually, you … [Read more...] about 6 Resources for Starting Homeschool