Winter 2016 | Homeschooling Abroad

Tavia Fuller Armstrong | Come Back Strong in the Second HalfDid your school year get off to a rough start? Find out how to come back strong in the second half.

“You don’t have to be an avid sports fan to appreciate the thrill of seeing an underdog team come back from behind for an amazing second half win. Somehow you know, when they emerge from the locker room pumped up and ready to go, driving harder and taking bigger chances than they did early in the game, that they’ve been inspired to put it all on the line and go for the win. ”

 

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Does working and homeschooling give The Working Homeschooler | Winter 2016you nightmares? It’s not as bad as it seems!

“We homeschool every day from about 3pm to 7pm. I release the kids about this time and make a late dinner. After dinner, Ifinish about 4 hours of work on the computer preparing for the next day. On other days,we have afternoon extracurricular activities. This means that our schedule changes slightly from day to day as we make room for different things. I am both anight owl and an early bird to my body’s dismay. “

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If moving from one home to another makes you nervous, try moving from one country to another.

“Here we are now, in Australia, very far away from our friends and family.

It was hard for our kids to understand why we had to leave everyone, everything behind, for them life was just great. It was hard for me too, I could see the sadness in their eyes and I doubted…

Today, we are still missing France but we are all feeling much better, laughter is back in our life, as is the need to learn and to discover.”

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