I love to write, but I have never done well with journaling or keeping a diary. I don’t know why, but I’ve never been able to keep up with it. I start off with the best of intentions and I have lots of beautiful journals. Sadly, if you open them you’ll find maybe a dozen or so entries and often they are months apart.
When I wrote Simple Inspirations for Homeschool Moms’ Hearts, I never intended to write Simple Inspirations for Homeschool Moms’ Hearts nor did I plan to create Simple Journaling for Homeschool Moms’ Hearts.
Yet, I realized that as busy homeschool moms, we do need things that are simple. Whether it be simple inspiration for your homeschool, short devotions for your busy days or simple journaling that allows you to jot down just a bit of your thoughts in the morning, evening and a verse for you to focus on each day, simplicity is best for busy homeschool moms.
Inside Simple Journaling for Homeschool Moms’ Hearts you’ll find pages to record your thoughts, a prayer and a verse in the morning and in the evening. I also included a page for you to write thoughts about your homeschool day as well, I know that I often wish I could see what was and what wasn’t working on a weekly or monthly basis, so this page will help both you and me to do that!
It is my prayer that this resource will be a blessing to you and that you are able to look back over your days and smile as you recall all of the memories you’ve made, the lessons you’ve learned and celebrate how far you and your family have come!
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