The Unexpected Homeschooler

I find it ironic that for months I’ve been talking about potentially homeschooling my children… and here we are quarantined.

We are doing out part in social distancing. I’ve closed down my storefront to walk-ins, I’m homeschooling by day, working as remotely as possible and working on production at night. There is opportunity in this situation; I can test out the homeschooling thing while my business bends to create space for it. That angle is not lost on me. I am grateful.

Yet, this is scary. How does one keep a business up and running with all that overhead?

In addition to keeping my business open, my kids educated and my sanity (goals? What goals this year?), I’ve been working on the Doux Wild shop. Truthfully, it’s been in the works for a little while now. It’s been a slow process, since I’ve been tweaking things here and there in the background between other things.

Now it’s been given a violent shove to the forefront. This is survival. Fear or no fear, it must be done. New items will be added as quickly as I can get them up there. Stay tuned…

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Obstacle Course Racer. Business Owner. Parent and Ordinary Person. Learning to slow down & embrace the wild.


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