What’s That Noise! Summer Survival Strategies {Episode 2}

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What’s That Noise! Summer Survival Strategies {S1E2}

The transition to summer can be a tricky one. Finding a rhythm that works for all members of your family is no small feat. As a homeschool mom who has been running full throttle all year long, you need a break. But is a break even possible? While you fantasize about ice cream sandwiches and leisurely summer reading on the front porch, your children might be craving more structure and routine.

So, how do you strike a balance? How can you achieve a memorable summer without feeling completely exhausted when September rolls around? Cait and Kara are struggling alongside you. In this episode, the sisters talk summer survival and trying to find the sweet spot when it comes to how much to do, and when to pack up your beach ball and just go home. From fireworks and parades to summer book clubs and pool-phobia, the sisters will help you feel better about doing summer your way.

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9 thoughts on “What’s That Noise! Summer Survival Strategies {Episode 2}

  1. Hope B. says:

    Thank you for your podcast! I truely enjoyed it! Thanks for your honesty and openness! So many of this hits home! I homeschool, have littles that get up early, so early bedtimes are a must! It feels a little more normal now! Need to try the bubble recipe and have the book Simplicty parenting on hold. Am looking forward to reading it! You talking about powering thru those bored moments encouraged me!

  2. Sally Treanor says:

    I’m FINALLY listening to the podcasts and I love them. I love what you said in here about working holidays. My husband has worked every holiday since we had our first child. We needed the money, and now it’s because he’s a junior LE dude so he’s low man on the totem pole. Last year, we celebrated Christmas on December 9th, because he had to leave town for a month. Anyway. I’m loving listening to y’all. You’re both so down to earth.

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