It’s that time of year where we can start to see the end of the long, dark, spring semester tunnel. We want to buckle down and get work done before the weather turns and we want nothing else but to be outside.
And the questions creep in:
- Do I do this again next year?
- Did I do enough for my kids?
- How am I ever going to get my kids to finish this school year?
- Am I actually cut out for this?
- Is homeschooling ruining my relationship with my kids?
I’ve definitely wanted to quit, but so far, we’re still going, and I’m glad we pushed through.
Only for today and tomorrow, What to Do When You Want to Quit is on sale for $1.99!
I’ve shared my failures and stumbling blocks with you already, and when the awesome women with iHomeschool Network suggested a book about what to do when you want to quit, I knew I had something to add.
Maybe you are in your first year of homeschooling and it was a rough year, or maybe you’ve been homeschooling for years and years (and years, and years, and…) and you’re ready for a break.
Cuddle up with a chapter to breath some encouragement into your homeschool.
It can be a long journey you definitely need some company along the way.
If the crazy cheap price isn’t enough, you can check out some sample chapters to get a peek into the book.
Don’t have time to read through the sample chapters? Here are some quotes you’ll find from the many authors that joined hands to make this book!