I wasn’t planning on doing 31 Days this year.
I didn’t really have a topic. I didn’t have anything roughed out. It’s a lot of work. I have a busy life. So busy.
I have a lot of excuses.
I was sitting at Minecraft Club today, sipping coffee with my friend Katey (Mama Kautz) while our sons joined the LAN game that was happening, and she was working on her 31 Days of Essential Oils series. We got to talking about last year’s series and how great they are both STILL doing, traffic-wise.
(You might recall that I did 31 Days to Earning With Amazon, which I have since moved to my tech blog but still gets very good, regular traffic even after the move.) I realized that it would be worth it to jump on the #31Days bandwagon again, if only I had a topic. Ahem.
As I watched my techie nerd Spectrum kid mining his way through and loving every minute of it, I knew I had a topic. If you are homeschooling a kid on the Autism Spectrum—particularly if he or she is a teen, this will be the series for you. Or maybe you’re just starting out with a younger puzzle piece child and that’s okay too. I’ve been there.
Let’s dive into these amazing kids together! Some of my posts will be more homeschool oriented, and others will be more about parenting a Spectrum kid. The beauty is that either one applies to the other. Homeschooling IS parenting, and parenting IS home education, even if your child attends school elsewhere.
I’m doing a dual challenge this time, joining Write 31 Days for the traditional link up, AND Kate Motaung for 31 Days of 5-Minute FreeWrites. It’s like a 5-Minute Friday party every DAY for the month of October!
So, join me? Bookmark this page, because this will be the landing page for the series! Every post will be listed and linked here.