Staying Motivated throughout the Homeschool Year

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A Blog Hop is a way to discover and follow blogs, as well as promote your own. Every month, we pose a topic, our blogging members discuss it, and we link to their posts. GHF blog hops include bloggers from around the world, all of them committed to articulating the unique concerns, needs, and perspectives of gifted/2e families, especially those who choose to homeschool their kids.

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Change is in the Air ~ Chasing Hollyfeld

Do I have to??? ~ Defying Gravity

Grey Fog Repellant ~ Building Wing Span

How do you homeschool during the hard parts of the year--and of life? ~

Is It Time to Think About Regular School? ~ Modern Homeschooling

Learning throughout the year - what it looks like for us ~ The Gift of Home

Motivation, Entropy, and Intelligence ~ Wenda Sheard, J.D. Ph.D. Thoughts on Life & Learning

Six Ways to Stay Motivated Un/Homeschooling With a 2e and Not Totally Lose it ~ A 2e Fox Revived

Staying Motivated: Funny From Me, Innit? ~ Homeschooling Hatters

Staying Motivated Throughout the Homeschool Year ~ Jade Rivera

Staying Motivated throughout the Homeschool Year ~ Learn At Every Turn

Staying Motivated Throughout the Homeschool Year ~ Sprite's Site

Staying motivated throughout the homeschooling year. ~ Christy's Houseful of Chaos

Staying Motivated Throughout the Homeschooling Year: How to Survive. How do you homeschool through sleep deprivation? ~ Gluten-Free Mum

Unconditional Unschooling ~ A Voracious Mind

When the Going Gets Tough ~ Mr. Curious and Miss Delightful

When the Homeschooling Train Loses Steam ~ Crushing Tall Poppies

"You're Not the Boss of Me!" Who's in charge: me or the curriculum? ~ Sceleratus Classical Academy


And a late blog hop "non-entry":

Our homeschool motivation is just out of reach…because reasons ~ Laughing at Chaos


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