Homeschool Mothers and you never seem to have time to read for pleasure. Let's talk about how to get that time for yourself.
Hey, people! Homeschool Mothers on today's Triumphant Minute I want to encourage you to be setting the example for your family by speaking. It is a challenge to have enough time to sit down and read. Whether you're a bookworm like me, and you're frustrated that you don't have time to read, or you've never enjoyed learning that much, and so it's even more difficult to find the wishes to want to read. But specifying that example for your children and your family is so important. There are a couple of ways that you are able to incorporate more speaking into your week. One "would've been" through audio books. We will often listen to an audiobook in the car and a lot of ages it's not just a children's book.
We especially enjoyed the YWAM biographies of historical digits and preachers. And it's a work that's enjoyed by all ages. So we'll listen to that in the car. I likewise enjoy listening to audiobooks on LibriVox. I'm listening to Laddie by Gene Stratton Porter right now on LibriVox, and I crochet while I listen to a bit each night. It's a great access for me to loosen and unwind.
I likewise have a couple of books I'm reading at any given time. I keep only the ones I'm actually speaking right now in my nightstand, and I have a couple of different genres so that whether I need something a bit lighter or I can treat something heavier, I can simply pick it up and depart. And I try to keep that with me so what I can read it while I'm waiting for the kids to finish an assignment, or while we're waiting in line not waiting in line but while we're waiting for a class such as PE or a tennis lesson or something like that.
I have it available and I can read a little bit read it in snippets here and there. Even if it takes you a while to get through the work, I spur you to read for yourself, for your gratification, and for your continuing education. Until next time, I hope you have a Jubilant Day.
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