My Homeschooling & Work-at-Home Daily Schedule



Hi everyone! I’ve had several requests for my updated homeschooling/work-at-home daily schedule so today I’m sharing how my day runs! Keep in mind this is a loose schedule and things don’t always go as planned! But we try to roll with the flow around here 🙂

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20 thoughts on “My Homeschooling & Work-at-Home Daily Schedule

  1. Can you share a sample of your chore lists for your kids? Not sure why, but figuring out which chores to delegate to my girls (12 and 9) seems to escape me! (I might be a little bit of a control freak ;))They do their own laundry and help unload the dishwasher. Thank you for taking the time to share your schedule with us. This school year has been tough, trying to stay consistent. And losing many days due to sickness hasn't helped!:(

  2. I don't know if you have any grocery services available in your area (Walmart, Kroger, etc) but in Alaska we now have Clicklist at Fred Meyer (like our Kroger) and I am LOVING it! I pick up an order every Tuesday (relatively the same hour) and it's drastically reduced my running to the store every day since it's 1 min from my house. I wasn't able to keep good track of my grocery expenses with all those little fast trips and found myself picking up extra stuff we didn't need. This has helped a ton in conjunction with meal planning and saving me time and frustration. 🙂

  3. Wonderful video. I loved what you said about the seasons of life and adapting your schedule according to the needs of your kids. I homeschooled my two children a long time ago and ran a home business. It was hard work that required careful planning and organization, but it was so very worth it. I appreciate having had the experience and often miss those precious years! PS: We always used to joke that our school was a "magnet school" because all the neighborhood kids ended up playing at our house at the end of the day.

  4. Thanks for sharing all of this!  I've been homeschooling since year 2000.  My two oldest are graduated and I have two left still doing school.  One thing I've always struggled with is how to get the housework done while trying to be consistent with school time.  We're usually just winging it all. But I love your idea of no cooking on Sat.  So what do you do for meals on that day??  And if you don't mind sharing, what curriculum do you use for the most part aside from any computer schooling.  Thanks so much!!

  5. Thank you for this! I have a 5, 3 and 1-year-old and it all feels impossible. I appreciate the reassurance that it gets easier as they get more independent. I have a really hard time ignoring the mess in my home when I should be focusing on my kids. I love when you described how crazy your house can be with neighborhood friends coming over to play, we don't have kids in our neighborhood and I wish we did!

  6. Thank you so much!!! You are speaking right to me haha I need to implement routine and schedules SOOOO BAD! I only have one so I’ve gotten away with doing things randomly but it’s really not the best and we are always choosing play over work which is terrible.. I work full time From Home and more structure would really ease my stress! THANKS AGAIN!

  7. You are such an inspiration! I homeschool my 5 boys and it can be challenging but so well worth it. We have a lot of fun and most of all I get to be with my boys!! Thank you for your videos!

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