Time for my monthly guest post over at the Home Educators Association of Virginia blog! This month, I’ve been thinking a lot about homeschool schedules and how overloaded they can become! But how do you know what should go?
I’m no money-saving expert, but I’d like to suggest that basic money-saving principles can cross-apply to your homeschool schedule. I remember once reading some wise advice from a money-saving guru. She said that there are basically two ways to save money. One is to find a less expensive way to get the things you usually buy. But the other way is to stop purchasing some of the things you regularly buy. It’s the second way that can really make great gains in your budget.
So it is with your homeschooling schedule. So many times the advice available out there focuses on helping you to get it all done more efficiently. You can make some margins in your schedule through efficiency. But if you really want breathing room, you are going to have to toss some things. Not sure where to start? Here are a few suggestions…
Follow me over to the HEAV blog to read more!