This week I have a post on Four Tips for Homeschooling Your Introvert over on the Bright Ideas Press blog. If you have an introverted child (whether you homeschool or not), I hope you will stop by. The four tips really can apply to all parents with introverts. Enjoy!
This was originally posted August 11, 2012, on my previous blog. Caroline was almost six and I thought that she was an extrovert at the time. I’ve since concluded that she’s more introverted, but did not alter the original post to reflect this. I’m posting it now to add it to my 31 Days of (Continue reading…)
If you’ve read my blog for any length of time you already know that I am extremely introverted and that I function best when I have lots and lots of time alone each day. When Caroline was little I was sure she had to be an extrovert because she always wanted to be picked up, (Continue reading…)
I’ve written before that the greatest challenge I face as a homeschooler is my own introversion. So when people say they can’t homeschool because they are an introvert, I understand. When people say they would go nuts if they had to be around their children all day, I know that they probably aren’t exaggerating. They (Continue reading…)
This post is sponsored by TakeLessons.com. If I were to give one reason why I can’t homeschool, it would be the fact that I’m an introvert. A really big introvert. An I-will-die-if-I-don’t-get-enough-time-to-myself-every-day introvert. Obviously it isn’t a good enough reason because we’ll be entering our fourth year of homeschooling this fall. But my introversion is (Continue reading…)