“Up until this past week, I liked to refer to myself as a recovering home-schooler,” writes HuffPost Guest Writer Allison Haggerty. “We initially chose home-schooling in a bid for increased freedom and individualized learning, which worked ― some days better than others ― until I alone could no longer meet their needs. Just this past fall we made the difficult decision to enroll them all in ‘real’ school. The irony that the year we put our kids in school just happens to be the same year that the entire world started home-schooling is not lost on me …. Having taught my four children for three crazy, wonderful, tiring years, I understand the anxiety that accompanies this new normal and the upheaval wrought by a drastic change in circumstances. Given that, I’d like to share my personal home-schooling thoughts and experiences in the hope that some may find them helpful.” Head to the link in bio for Haggerty’s advice. // 📷: Getty Images

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"Up until this past week, I liked to refer to myself as a recovering home-schooler," writes HuffPost Guest Writer Allison Haggerty. "We initially chose home-schooling in a bid for increased freedom and individualized learning, which worked ― some days better than others ― until I alone could no longer meet their needs. Just this past fall we made the difficult decision to enroll them all in 'real' school. The irony that the year we put our kids in school just happens to be the same year that the entire world started home-schooling is not lost on me …. Having taught my four children for three crazy, wonderful, tiring years, I understand the anxiety that accompanies this new normal and the upheaval wrought by a drastic change in circumstances. Given that, I’d like to share my personal home-schooling thoughts and experiences in the hope that some may find them helpful." Head to the link in bio for Haggerty's advice. // 📷: Getty Images

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