Episode 80: Raising Kids, Losing Yourself

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Do you ever feel like there is never enough time for you to take a break? Develop a skill? Work on a hobby? It's very easy to lose ourselves in the overwhelming tasks of parenting and homeschooling, and it's often made worse by a "try harder, do more" mentality that makes us believe we're selfish for wanting to.

This episode of Homeschooling in Real Life was inspired by a listener who asked, "Is there time for my own growth in the years of homeschooling?" What do you think?

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