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Coping Through Not Cooking

Coping Through Not Cooking
One of the difficult parts of homeschooling is not the schooling itself.  It's the "home" part.  The part where we cook, clean, maintain, organize, and sort our lives.  Balancing home and schooling is the hard part.  Relatively speaking, the school part isn't that tough!(Not our dinner table) When I was homeschooling, one way that I coped was by cooking as little as possible.  Don't get me wrong, I like cooking, and my family has always loved...
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Guest — Christine
I was so glad to read this! I think I like cooking, too, but I cannot remember! All I know is it is the last thing I want to do at... Read More
Tuesday, 22 May 2012 12:24
Guest — Lin
So I also can come out of the closet as a Costco and freezer meal cook. Here is another tip: Grocery Outlet stores,(scattered thr... Read More
Wednesday, 21 March 2012 10:34
Guest — Mary Ann
I had to laugh when I read this. I DO grind my own wheat and try to cook very healthy meals. But I also rely on Costco and I find ... Read More
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Lee has three core beliefs about homeschooling: homeschooling provides the best possible learning environment; every child deserves a college-prep education whether or not they choose to go to college, and parents are capable of providing a superior education to their children. Lee does not judge your homeschool or evaluate your children. Instead, she comes alongside to help and encourage parents homeschooling high school.

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