My Supersized Family Blogging Schedule

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I’m a homeschooling mom of seven children. I’ve been married since late 2003 and have been a work-at-home-mom (WAHM) since 2007. I work as a blogger/vlogger, web/graphic designer, and author of 4 non-fiction books, 1 novel, and four homeschooling resource books.

Working at home with all the other chores is sheer insanity most days. 

I think there are two categories of bloggers. Those who are super organized and those who just wing it.

I’m in the “just wing it” category most of the time.

My WAHM life is not pretty. It’s not perfect. And some days I wonder if it’s even worth it.

My Supersized Family Blogging Schedule 1

  • 10am-11am: Wakeup, eat, coffee, Bible(ish) time, feeding people
  • 11am-12pm: Who knows?
  • 12pm-4pm: Start homeschooling 4 of the 6 kids
  • 4pm-5pm: Avoiding the kids at all cost, showering, brushing teeth (I’m not even kidding)
  • 5pm-6pm: Dinner as kids binge watch YouTube
  • 8pm: Kids in bed (at least I hope!)
  • 8pm-9pm Convincing children to stay in bed
  • 9pm-4am: Work

My Supersized Family Blogging Schedule 2

  • 5am-8am: Wakeup, eat, coffee, Bible time, Blogging
  • 8am-9am: Get ready for the day
  • 9am-3pm: Homeschooling
  • 3-6pm: Blogging as kids play
  • 6pm-7pm: Dinner
  • 7pm-9pm: Chores & Whatnot
  • 10pm: Everyone in Bed

The Truth About Schedules

Schedules are a bit of a farce, even mine. Any moment is interrupted by a dirty diaper (or two). I believe it’s important to have a quiet time with Jesus every day, but often my much needed Bible time is often stolen by some sort of kid-sized drama. If my mom drops by or we have a doctor’s appointment, my schedule is a bust. Everything must be realigned. Work always seems gets the short end of the stick. But I guess that’s how it’s supposed to be.

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Too Many Kids? Too Many Chores? Too Little Time?

Me, too!

How to Get Things Done with A Supersized Family ebook and Worksheet

Download this ebook and worksheet that's saved my sanity!