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Written by Kara S. Anderson
This week, we officially enter a time of year that many people refer to as “the holidays.”
And then they sigh. And then they stuff down a panic attack.
Because “the holidays” in our culture has come to mean a time of busyness and stress – a time when all of our shortfalls feel so obvious and our chance to make memories feels so short.
We all feel like we are doing it wrong, and everyone else is doing it better, and then when you add homeschooling to that … it’s sort of a Christmas miracle that more of us don’t end up passed out under the tree, full of eggnog and self-loathing.
Let’s not let this be us this year – OK? Continue reading