Balance is something that we all strive for – at least sometimes. Sometimes we definitely give up. What’s the right balance in our home management duties? What’s the right balance in seeking balance? Today Virginia Lee Rogers and I are chatting about balance, why it’s so hard, and how to keep it in perspective.
We want balance because life feels wobbly. Today my friend and Simply Convivial customer support manager Virginia Lee Rogers are talking about why we feel wobbly and what to do about it.
Today’s conversation is also a look at real life home management, why it feels unstable, and what to do to find that stability we’re looking for. Let’s dig in.
In addition to helping me answer emails and managing my customer support, Virginia Lee homeschools her 5 kids and is part of the Charlotte Mason IRL team, an instagram account dedicated to showing what homeschooling with the Charlotte Mason method looks like in real life.
So many moms are frustrated by what doesn’t get done and what gets undone every day at home.
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