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  • Sometimes it feels more like you are living in survival mode than thriving. Hear how Robin learned to find joy and peace during a challenging season. She shares tips for surviving and encouragement that good comes after the struggle.

    What we talked about The challenges and difficulties of learning how to slow down and focus on your family. And the joys and benefits of doing so. The need to let go of expectations and accept a new view of what it means to homeschool during different seasons. And how learning to appreciate the mundane helped Robin find joy in the moment. The importance of finding joy at the end of a difficult season and what Robin did to find the joy.

    See the full show notes:https://www.triumphantlearning.com/046/

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  • I'll be the first to admit that I am oftenthe limiting factor in us actually doing nature study. It is one of the first subjects I cut when we get busy. And if it's cold, hot, windy, buggy... Well, you get the idea. But I know how valuable nature study is for my children so I made it a priority when they were little.

    The past couple of years we have not studied nature as consistently because our schedule has gotten busier, and my children's other subjects have consumed more of our day. But after my interview with Cindy West, I am convinced I need to add nature study back into our homeschool. And even though I know it is best for us to get outside to study nature, I am excited that we now have another option to learn about nature via live classes.

    If you are hesitant to add nature study to your homeschool because you don't know what to study or you don't want to get outside, this episode is packed with helpful suggestions and ideas for the brand new nature study newbie.

    If you are a nature study veteran, there are tips for you too!

    What we talked about The benefits of adding nature study to your homeschool. You may be surprised at some of these benefits. I was! How nature study lays a foundation for high school science and the simple and fun activities you can do on a nature walk to help lay that foundation. How to motivate your children on a nature walk. Alternatives to a nature walk if you cannot get outside.

    See the full show notes:https://www.triumphantlearning.com/045/

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  • Children were wired to create! We simply need to provide our children space, tools, and freedom to express their creativity. These practical suggestions will help you let go of preconceived notions of what art lessons should be so you can allow your child's inner artist to shine through. Start enriching your homeschool by adding art in these simple and fun ways.

    What we talked about How art enriches your homeschool and how it complements and builds on what you are already studying. The freedom art provides students and how it can help a struggling student. Simple ways to incorporate into your homeschool routine and how to handle the mess. Ways to involve your whole family and tips for helping children of all ages enjoy art time.

    See the full show notes:https://www.triumphantlearning.com/044/

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  • You don't have to be afraid to add poetry to your homeschool! It can be fun and enjoyable for the whole family. Join Crystin Morris and me as we share what poetry looks like in our homeschools. This episode is full of practical tips about how you can add poetry and recitation to your homeschool in as little as five minutes a day!

    What we talked about Why you should include poetry and recitation in your homeschools, and how you can fit it into your school schedules without it being overwhelming. Different options for implementing poetry, and why it's okay to break the rules. What recitation is and is not, and how it is connected to poetry. Our favorite resources for poetry and recitation, including how you can host a recitation night with minimal planning!

    See the full show notes:https://www.triumphantlearning.com/043/

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  • Adding music to your homeschool can be intimidating if you do not have a background in music. But it doesn't have to be complicated or time-consuming! I love all the practical tips Melissa Kamm provides to help us find simple and fun ways to enjoy music regardless of your musical background.

    What we talked about How music in your homeschool benefits your children. And it's not all academic. Ways to cultivate an appreciation for music for children of all ages and varying interests. Suggestions for how to simply add music to your homeschool in only 5-10 minutes a day!

    See the full show notes:https://www.triumphantlearning.com/042/

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  • Adding literature to your homeschool can be quite a balancing act. Some children are reluctant readers while others love to read but only want to read books of their choosing. Regardless of whether your child is a bookworm or a reluctant reader, you can add more literature to your homeschool, (re)capture the joy of reading, and spice up literary studies in your homeschool. Find out more in this episode.

    What we talked about How you can spice up your literature readings in your homeschool. And how to do so without adding to your already busy to-do list. The important scheduling advice you need to keep in mind. And how this will help you adjust your schedule so you enjoy adding in fun activities. How to start a book club. And how to not do all of the work yourself! How literature studies in their homeschool have changed over the years. And how to approach literature at different ages.

    See the full show notes:https://www.triumphantlearning.com/041/

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  • Are you looking for a way to bring joy back to your homeschool? I love how Dachelle finds her joy by adding a little enchantment to their homeschool routine. And she does it in a way that the whole family enjoys and doesn't overwhelm their schedule. As she said, "Enchantment does not happen every day. It is rare. It's a little surprise of happiness and brings you joy." Listen in to learn more!

    See the full show notes:https://www.triumphantlearning.com/040/

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  • Just about everyone struggles with being consistent. Keeping a few principles in mind will make it easier to maintain your consistency. We'll discuss those principles in this episode of the All in a Homeschool Day podcast.

    See the full show notes:https://www.triumphantlearning.com/039/

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  • This is a culmination of everything we've talked about thus far in the Getting It All Done series. We'll bring all of the pieces together of knowing your purpose, practicing self-care, eliminating, automating, and delegating to identify the biggest struggles in your homeschool and what small, incremental steps you can take to make improvements.

    See the full show notes:https://www.triumphantlearning.com/038/

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  • It takes a lot to keep a household running smoothly, especially when you live and school in your home! These four principles help me stay on top of my household responsibilities.

    See the full show notes:https://www.triumphantlearning.com/037/

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  • I'm sure you've heard it before: Take care of yourself before taking care of others. It really is important for us to put our self-care as a priority in our lives and it is not selfish to focus on your needs. When you take care of yourself, you will have more energy and a better mood to take care of your family. In this episode, we will explore practical suggestions for four areas homeschool moms often struggle with to take care of themselves: sleep, exercise, healthy eating, and finding joy.

    See the full show notes:https://www.triumphantlearning.com/036/

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  • As moms, we have a lot of responsibilities. And when you add homeschooling on top of that, it can be overwhelming. So how do we get it all done? In the next five podcast episodes, we will be exploring this topic and talking about how you can pare down your to-do list so you don't feel so overwhelmed and can find joy in your role as a mom and homeschool facilitator. Today we are talking about the key questions you need to ask yourself as you begin to assess why you feel behind. They are simple but powerful.

    See the full show notes:https://www.triumphantlearning.com/035/

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  • It's so easy to focus on what we could have done better or what we should have done differently. It is much harder to be brave and acknowledge what we are doing right. I was so thankful for this reminder from Jamie Erickson in this podcast episode to remember that we are doing a lot right. And we should celebrate it! She also reminds us of the importance of having routines and rhythms in our day instead of rigid schedules.

    See the full show notes:https://www.triumphantlearning.com/034/

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  • We should be careful about what our children are exposed to, but we shouldn't shelter them completely. They need to be aware of what is happening around the world. These age-appropriate suggestions will help your family keep up with current events.

    See the full show notes:https://www.triumphantlearning.com/current-events/

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  • Homeschooling is a demanding, 24/7 job. Especially when my children were young it was difficult because I felt like was always on duty. I would often feel guilty when I made comments about wanting a break. I came to realize that I needed time away so I could rest and recharge in order to be a better mom and teacher. In this episode, you will find strategies and tips to help you find time to recharge and encouragement to let go of the guilt.

    See the full show notes: https://www.triumphantlearning.com/032-is-it-okay-to-want-a-break-from-my-children

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  • God has a unique plan for your homeschool. He is not calling you to make your homeschool look like anyone else's. It is okay to let go of the guilt and shame of comparison and embrace the struggles and unique challenges your family faces. It is okay to embrace the passions and gifts he has given your family. Hear more from Becky Redman about how she learned to thrive and walk in faith that God has a purpose for her family.

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  • Recognizing the needs of our children can be one of the hardest things we do as parents and home educators. In this episode, Latoya Edwards reminded us that when we take advantage of small moments of time to center ourselves by spending time with God we are able to be more observant and aware of our children's needs. She shares practical tips from her own life of how you can make the most of the small moments you have during your day.

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  • We can get so consumed by what others tell us education should look like for our children that we forget education can be living and joyful. Crystin Morris reminds us that when we spend time developing our relationship with our children and cherishing the time we have with them we can embrace the principles and educational philosophy we are learning about and implementing in our homes in a more organic way. She shares with us what this might look like during the preschool years and beyond.

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  • How many days of instruction do you need to plan for your homeschool? Since most curriculums come with 180 days of lesson plans we often assume we need to plan and teach 180 lessons from the book. In this episode, I share why this approach did not work for our family and what we do instead.

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  • Recognizing the needs of our children can be one of the hardest things we do as parents and home educators. In this episode, Latoya Edwards reminded us that when we take advantage of small moments of time to center ourselves by spending time with God we are able to be more observant and aware of our children's needs. She shares practical tips from her own life of how you can make the most of the small moments you have during your day.

    See the full show notes: https://www.triumphantlearning.com/027-embracing-your-unique-family-culture-emily-copeland/

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