Apr 152013
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Blogging Through the AlphabetIt’s that time of year again.

For a curriculum junkie like me, it’s one of my favorites.

All the new curriculum catalogs arrive!

I can look and think and imagine what our homeschool is going to look like next year.

I can make a giant list of everything I would love to have for each of my children.

And then I have to make DECISIONS.

Because let’s face it. There is no way that I can do all the wonderful things and use all the amazing curriculum that I find. There are only so many hours in a day. There’s only 1 of me and 5 of them. I have to be realistic.

That’s the not so fun part. But it is more fun than seeing an expensive curriculum purchase sitting on the shelf that you failed to use. Then you feel guilty. But please don’t let yourself wallow in guilt! Here are some simple tips to help you avoid unused curriculum guilt in the future.

Here are the 4 steps I used to determine curriculum purchases.

  1. Evaulate
  2. List
  3. Research
  4. Choose

Come back for how to complete each of these steps.

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  One Response to “D is for Decisions”

  1. That is a good list. I always enjoy buying curriculum for the next year. 🙂

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