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Weekend reading: March 11, 2017

After weeks of struggling with my energy level during the day, it felt good to get back into our regular routine this week. I prioritized hydration, and it seems like that may have played a big role in my “bounce back.” Unfortunately, despite the new energy, I hit my first reading slump of the year. Having my energy back means I’m going from morning to night—work, chores, homeschool, dinner, bedtime—and I’m so tired at night that I fall asleep before I finish even a single chapter. Hoping to find a healthy balance in the coming weeks!

I’m also counting down to the end of our Essentials year. Although it’s bittersweet, I’ll be stepping down from tutoring and we won’t be returning to Classical Conversations next year. Despite Challenge having always been my “plan” for my kids, it doesn’t feel like the right fit for our oldest, and the commitment of tutoring is taking its toll. We’ll be doing a different drop-off co-op next year, which means I’ll be able to spread work across five full days instead of trying to cram them into four. I’ll miss our CC community (although I’m thankful to call many of them friends even outside of the group), but I’m also really excited about the change!

What I’m reading: French Kids Eat Everything: How Our Family Moved to France, Cured Picky Eating, Banned Snacking, and Discovered 10 Simple Rules for Raising Happy, Healthy Eaters by Karen Le Billon, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by J.K. Rowling, and A Curious Beginning (A Veronica Speedwell Mystery) by Deanna Raybourn

What I’m thinking about:

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On intentional living

On traveling with kids

**In celebration of pre-ordering At Home in the World, the book I’m most anticipating in 2017!

  • How to have a strong marriage and support network while traveling with kids | EntreFamily

On spring style & capsule wardrobes

Have a great weekend!