Winter Homeschooling: Letting Go, Making Space, and Getting Cozy {S2E14}

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WINTER HOMESCHOOLING: LETTING GO, MAKING SPACE, AND GETTING COZY

Winter Homeschooling: Letting Go, Making Space, and Getting Cozy {S2E14}

The sisters are talking winter (homeschool) survival in the first episode of Season 2! Listen in to their intentions for the new year (it has a bad word in it, you guys!), how they are keeping a Christmas Break feeling in their homeschools, and ways to bring hygge, or togetherness and coziness to your everyday.

Feeling overwhelmed already by short, dark days? The sisters are back, baby, and they’ve got some ideas to make winter feel joyful and warm, even when it’s really darn cold outside!

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Resources for winter homeschooling


Our next episode is going to help you with the February slump- we promise! Tell us: What are your winter homeschooling tips and tricks? Share here!

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7 thoughts on “Winter Homeschooling: Letting Go, Making Space, and Getting Cozy {S2E14}

  1. Sara says:

    I really enjoyed your podcast!! It was so fun, light and genuine! You made me feel like I am not alone as we recover from the holidays. Thank you for sharing and your encouragement!

  2. Abby says:

    Kara, when you talked about canning exploding I immediately thought of the 1950 version of Cheaper By the Dozen. It’s nothing like the more recent remake, but it’s hysterical. We usually watch it on a winter day when everyone needs a laugh.

  3. Abby says:

    When Kara mentioned exploding canning I thought of the movie “Belles on the Toes”. It’s one of our family favorites, and definitely makes you laugh on those long winter days!

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