How to Deal With Change In Your Homeschool Environment

Hello everyone and welcome to the home of the How to Deal With Change In Your Homeschool Environment Series by Enchanted Homeschooling Mom, your home for all things related to homeschooling, family, and children. One of the things that I like to share is my personal journey as a homeschooling family. Our situation is unique because we are now a homeschooling family that also runs 2 businesses out of our home. Balancing work, learning, and play can be stressful for even the most organized of people, but sometimes life just throws those curve balls at us. 

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There are currently four installments in this series. Each one builds on the next and is meant to help families who find themselves in similar situations to the ones that my family has been in for the past six months. The four installments of the How to Deal With Change In Your Homeschool Environment are… 

How to Deal With Change in Your Homeschool Environment Series Day 1

Day 1: Ch…Ch…Changes! This article deals with how to handle change from the personal perspective of events that occurred in my family. 

How to Deal With Change in Your Homeschool Environment Series Day 2

Day 2: New Job or Moving. This article deals with how to handle a new job or moving in regards to your schooling needs. This article discusses how some events in my family can be used to express how to handle a new job or a move. 

How to Deal With Change in Your Homeschool Environment Series Day 3

Day 3: Thinking Ahead. Are you a planner or reactor when it comes to your homeschool? What about when you unexpectedly have to throw it all out the window? This article discusses how to do just this. 

How to Deal With Change in Your Homeschool Environment Series Day 4

Day 4: Helpful Tips. Every now and then life throws you a curve ball. But what about those times it hits someone you know instead of you? This article contains advice on how to handle big changes and help out not only yourself, but deal with how others will be reacting as well. 

Hopefully this four-part series can help you if you ever find yourself in a situation where you need to know How To Deal With Change In Your Homeschool Environment.

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