Homeschooling requires a lot of motivation. Whether it’s just getting up early to start school, preparing lessons, or dealing with the ever changing emotions of your children; you need to stay motivated when you homeschool!

How to stay motivated when you homeschool! Podcast + video

In the latest episode of Raising Mums I share the reasons why homeschoolers need sustained motivation. I also share with you ways to generate and protect your existing motivation.

Raising Mums is a weekly broadcast that streams LIVE from our Facebook an  Instagram pages. You can also watch it on YouTube or listen as Podcast when you’re on the go!

In this week’s broadcast you will find out how to stay motivated when homeschooling gets tough. 

Learn about how you can get motivated and why learning this skill vital for every homeschooling parent. 

Watch this video!

Stay Motivated when you Homeschool

In this video, I discussed how through ambition, belief and action, you can generate sustained motivation in your homeschool!

Maintaining high levels of motivation matters because:

– With sustained motivation you can achieve anything 

– With sustained motivation you can push through anything 

– And with sustained motivation you can keep going when times get tough

Insha’Allah 

Sustained motivation from you leads to more freedom, more achievement, and more joy for your family.

My “high-tech” prop from the broadcast!

If you’re struggling to understand, go back and watch the video for a full explanation to learn how to stay motivated in your homeschool.

Links Mentioned:

💙Finding Homeschool Confidence 

💙 The Two BIG reasons WHY we Homeschool

💙Help your Children Memorise the Quran FAST

💙 Raising Mums Podcast

I’ll be LIVE again next week, at 10am GMT, Sunday 29th December on Facebook and Instagram talking about

“Morning Baskets! – What they are and how to use them”

I hope I’ll see you there! insha’Allah

Homeschool motivation

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