It can be exhausting to build a campifire with twigs and pine needles. They get burned up right away and the fire will quickly need more. It just can’t be sustained. Many of us approach our own self-care like an ill-tended fire—throwing on the kindling of a new outfit, an indulgent snack, a pedicure, or a scroll through Facebook—but those quickly burn up and leave us feeling depleted and needing real fuel. In this class we’ll determine what you really need to keep your fire sustained. Stack on logs, not kindling.
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Jessica Croker is the mother of six children and has been homeschooling for at least twenty years. She is a registered yoga teacher, has a BFA in Fine Art from Utah State University, and is currently working on a master’s degree in art therapy and counseling through Saint Mary of the Woods College. Throughout her homeschooling career she’s operated from the belief that creativity is an essential part of our divine nature and a key way in which we experiment with and use our agency in this world. She has created a home full of art supplies and piles of kid-made projects, taught many homeschool co-op classes, and has graduated a few kids who are off to college. The Croker family lives in the woods with two cats, a gecko, and chickens in Manassas, VA.