Start Small: Rhythms and Routines {Episode 9}

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Start Small: Rhythms and Routines


One of the most common questions the sisters get is about rhythms and routines. How to start one? How to resume one after a break? What about when your rhythm or routine is just NOT working? Cait and Kara hash it out in this episode and share their tips and ideas. The biggest one? Start small!

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7 thoughts on “Start Small: Rhythms and Routines {Episode 9}

  1. Leah Colbeck says:

    Hi! A friend and I were talking about your podcast today (which we both like because you feel real but seem to enjoy exploring homeschooling resources more than we do) if you could do an episode on the ‘Bravewriter Lifestyle’. You seem to talk about it a lot and we have a jist but we are just curious about what it means to you. Thanks!

  2. Isabel says:

    This is such a wonderful blog! I’ve been a homeschool mum for years now, and have seen my children through from infants all the way through to their A levels. I know so many people who look down on my choice and think that my child will be receiving an inferior education because of this. But this is most definitely not the case at all! There are so many varying online courses these days that can help with providing all the required tools! (For example I used Oxbridge Learning with my children and they got terrific results! Nowadays with the internet, we have a wealth of information and resources available to us that makes homeschooling a real and viable option!Which is why I am just so happy I’ve come across your blog as I really think it will open people’s eyes up to homeschooling and all the benefits it can provide! So from one mother to another – thank you x

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