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I don’t know anyone who wants to have a crazy Christmas–the kind that leads to exhaustion, sickness, and dread of the new year. Instead, every homeschooler I know wants to have a meaningful, peaceful, and joyful Christmas. Of course, we can’t control every part of our Christmas holiday. But I believe there are things we can do to make a saner Christmas more likely. We’ll chat about that in just a minute. But first, I’d like to thank our sponsor for this episode, Kiwi Company.
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an online study from Techie Homeschool Mom
declutter your home in a weekend
give them away or arrange to sell them– homeschool used curriculum
Do some research of other curriculum you would like to use next year.
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Here are some resources for your devotional time.
12 ways children can give this Christmas.
Which of these tips will help you the most? Let me know in the comments.