Whew. Today was a much needed unplug from everything business and homeschool.
We gave the children the day off (really US, we gave us the day off). In addition I stayed committed to not being committed to anything work related today. I let the Rush Bunch watch television, YES, television while I hid out in the Transit and took a brief nap! 🗣️ LISTEN! There is no nap greater than a stolen one.
We are doing great in business but not yet to a point where we feel comfortable hiring YET. But I already have a young lady in training to add to our consulting roster PLUS McRush coming on full time! Oh we are in there.
Those are the wins for the day. The losses….
1. I am almost over cloth diapering. Ian anyway. 🤢
2. This vegan thing. I slipped a little and now my cycle is MAD heavy! I need to find more structure.
I bet you guys thought homeschooling was going to make the list….again. Surprisingly, no. I think we found our new groove (again) because a few weeks ago I was wondering if there was even a brain working at ANY capacity in my house. Sheesh. Turns out, we all needed a break. Now everyone is back to their academics and loving it. Thank GOD because I was 👌🏾this close to running away from home.
I started putting a binder together for those looking to venture into the homeschool world. This binder will be for 2-4 year olds with some advanced work that could be used for children as old as 6. I also want to start booking lmommy and mel conferences to display how simple homeschooling your toddler can be as well as how beneficial it is whether you choose to home or public school your child. 🤷🏾 It’s a work in progress but I know it is needed. I also may or may not consider creating a co-op and association to assist more hands on with parents just starting out. Eh. Who knows.
My children want locs. As excited as I am, that’s 8 heads! My oldest can’t have any due to his position at work… (don’t get me started) and Ava can’t choose so its only eight. (HA! only 8)
I think that’s all I have for now. I will keep you posted. Thanks for reading.
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