Homeschool Mother’s Journal: January Edition

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When I started this blogging journey 4 years ago, my intention was to document where the homeschool adventure had taken us. After taking multiple blogging breaks and finally finding our groove, I’m back to where it all started.

Homeschool Mother's Journal: January Edition | The Musings of Mum

I’m joining homeschool bloggers across the web and in sharing our plans, wins and fails every month.

In my life this month…

Our family spent nearly the entire holiday season stuck at home with the flu, needless to say that home cooked meals were a luxury in December and workouts were non-existent. Now that we are finally virus free, and able to leave the house for groceries; the meal prep extravaganza will take place next week, just in time for a hectic basketball season.

In our homeschool this month…

We tend to take A LOT of unplanned time off during the holiday season. I’ve spent this first week of the year evaluating our progress and figuring out a game plan for our second semester. Even though history and science are our favorite subjects, they took a back seat last semester. We will be focusing on both this month.

Homeschool Mother's Journal | The Musings of Mum

Places we’re going and people we’re seeing…

We joined a local Wild & Free group last semester, and joined other homeschool families on nature hikes. We will resume our Friday morning adventures next week.

My favorite thing this month…

I’m a huge fan of do-vers and fresh starts, so I love January. After spending nearly an entire month in bed I’m super excited to get back to working out, and eating clean.

A photo to share…

Homeschool Mother's Journal | The Musings of Mum

Thankfully we got to have a little fun before the flu bug invaded our house. We went tree picking at a local Christmas tree farm, an educational field trip at medieval Times and hosted a back to the 90s house party on New Years Eve.

On my blog in case you missed it…

This week I launched a Christian Apologetics series. This is a subject that is very close to my heart. You can read why apologetics should be a part of your homeschool here. I also launched a What I’m Reading This Month series, you can catch the January edition here.

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What’s in store for January in your homeschool?

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