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Homeschool Unrefined


Oct 23, 2017

In today's episode we chat all about the Four Tendencies framework by Gretchen Rubin.  We talk about each of the Four Tendencies - Upholders, Obligers, Questioners and Rebels - and how they tend to show up in people's lives and in our lives specifically.  We would love to hear from you!  What is your tendency and how does it play a part in your life?

 

The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin

Gretchen Rubin's Website

Happier Podcast with Gretchen Rubin - UpholdersQuestionersObligersRebels

 

Loving This Week

Maren - Bliss and Grit podcast

Specific episode recommendation, Ep 49: The Need For Approval

Angela - Pioneer Woman's Perfect Potato Soup

 

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Kathryn
over three years ago

I just listened to this podcast and was completely agreeing with the frustration between getting the schoolwork done and choosing to get the kids outside on a beautiful day (or any other number of things that seem to take precedence in the moment). I end up feeling like I’ve failed because I haven’t lived up to my own expectations, which is to get our read alouds done each day. Have you found any ways to reconcile those? They are both just as important but can’t always both be accomplished.

Kathryn
over three years ago

I just listened to this podcast and was completely agreeing with the frustration between getting the schoolwork done and choosing to get the kids outside on a beautiful day (or any other number of things that seem to take precedence in the moment). I end up feeling like I’ve failed because I haven’t lived up to my own expectations, which is to get our read alouds done each day. Have you found any ways to reconcile those? They are both just as important but can’t always both be accomplished.