For so many of you, your first week of home support is in the books! Well done! We were a bit under the weather + also trying to work from home, so our days were certainly imperfect. I know I’m looking forward to revising our approach next week + making it even better. What are you doing to improve your days?
For others, you may be gearing up for your first week of home support for your kids. Don’t worry, I’m here for you in so many ways! Keep reading.
Last week, I shared some resources to get everyone started with structuring time at home. In case you missed it, you can access the full post right here.
If you’re ready to get started, just fill out the form at the end of this post to gain full access to the Week 2 resources! It’s full of 5 days of reading, math, science, art, + wellbeing activities from some of the best individuals + companies out there. I also included a printable weekly planner in the event that you want something that’s ready to go! Download yours today!
Don’t worry, I’ve got you. Once you’ve accessed your first week of resources, all of the future weekly resources will come straight to your inbox to help make your planning even easier.
Make sure you’re also following me on Instagram because there are so many resources I’m sharing daily in order to make sure you have what you need!
If you’re really getting nervous about how to make all of this actually work + are looking for individualized support, I have opened my Empowering Parents coaching series for a limited time. The current 3-week coaching program will help you to reduce stress, save your sanity, + put a smile back on your face! Click here to find out more + to apply today!
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Mom life is complex,
but it doesn't have to be complicated.
LET'S SIMPLIFY THINGS.