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Aprendiendo por las malas, por Rose Focht

Cuando siento la tentación de frustrarme con un niño que no está entendiendo ni cooperando inmediatamente, tengo que recordarme a mí misma que yo tengo mis propias formas de hacer lo mío.
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Learning the Hard Way, Rose Focht

When I’m tempted to get frustrated with a child for not “getting it” and cooperating right away, I have to remind myself that I have my own ways of doing my own thing.
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Teaching Kids to Accept “No”

One of the benefits is that it helps children respect others boundaries and set their own.  
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Gluten-Free, Grain-Free, Food-Free, and Other Diet Stories

On a special diet? Here are 3 gluten-free, dairy-free recipes!
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Motivation: Making Milestones Matter

A little motivation can give your whole family something to look forward to and help everyone dig a little deeper to contribute his best to both school and household chores.
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Self-Care Maintenance: Filling Your Cup

Not everyone’s self-care priorities will be identical, but prioritizing some low-effort, high-yield ways to pump up your day can really make a difference. As the old saying goes, “If mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy!”
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Cultivating Discernment: Eyes, Ears, Mind, Heart

One of my favorite children’s songs warns us to guard our eyes, ears, minds, and hearts. In addition to maintaining a personal standard, it is also an encouragement to keep a watchful eye over what my children are exposed to.
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When Plans Derail: How to Make Lemonade Memories!

Homeschooling is not meant to replicate a classroom—and even the best classrooms hit snags. The most important thing you can do is watch for both teaching and learning opportunities from whatever lessons life offers. . .
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Delegation: A New Approach

It’s not that “I’m not very good at delegating.” It’s just that I have to approach it in a way that works for me.
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Prepare a su hijo adolescente para la universidad

La preparación académica para la universidad comienza en el primer año de secundaria. ¡Aprenda sobre cómo crear un plan de preparación para la universidad y cómo explorar los intereses profesionales de su hijo adolescente!
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