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For parents: How to keep your sanity as kids learn from home

As families self-isolate during the coronavirus epidemic, there are a lot of adjustments being made to navigate the new normal. Many parents have shared with me how challenging the COVID-19 reality has been for them. From trying to get work done to changing diapers to monitoring distance learning, parents are trying to find a rhythm that helps them juggle everything on the To Do list.

But amidst all the pressures, parents, please remember this: you are awesome. Give yourself some grace and permission to not be perfect.

Below is a light-hearted comic strip courtesy of NPR that offers parents helpful tips and tricks on how to turn their home into a school without losing their sanity.

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