Women, especially mothers, are often staring at the future, considering how we can work to make a better world. For our workplaces, for our children, for friends and family, for community, for ourselves. We also intuitively understand that when you reach out a hand to help you are creating a relationship that will, in return, help sustain you. That our lives are a give and get, a constant pull and push that creates a balance we are all the better for having. Fundamentally, we know the power a strong community offers us.
As career women, as mothers, as members in our communities, we intuitively care deeply about improving our workspaces, our homes, the lives of people in our spheres. What comes after that intuitively caring though? How do we move from that inner knowledge to specific, directed action?
Your success and time are intertwined.
Diving into homeschooling for the first time? Homeschooling is a big world of opportunities but it can be tough to know where to begin, or if the option is right for you. When our family started homeschooling a few years ago there was a lot to explore. I read a plethora of books, met up for coffee with homeschooling veterans and more — then took all of that knowledge with a grain of salt.