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Using the Nature Anatomy Notebook for Mother Culture

As most of you know, we use Nature Anatomy in our homeschool. Well, recently I discovered that Julia Rothman had created a Nature Anatomy Notebook. I was super excited! So… I placed an order for it on Amazon.

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Let me say this… it’s so pretty! I haven’t got the chance to dive into it yet, but I am so ready to start. I’m in great need of more Mother Culture in my life!

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Using the Nature Anatomy Notebook for Mother Culture

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Using the Nature Anatomy Notebook for Mother Culture

What is Mother Culture?

Mother Culture, according to Charlotte Mason, is making time for yourself. When you’re a mother… it’s easy to feel like you have no time to do things for yourself. But, the idea is to make the time. Even if it is just to read a book.

It is important to do things for yourself and to continue to grow in knowledge. So, when our children come to us to ask us a question, we are able to supply the answer. Someone once said that knowledge is power. This is so true!

I reached a point in life when I felt like all the small tedious parts of being a mother and housekeeper were overtaking me. It felt like I had no clue who I even was anymore. But, I decided to make a change. Now, I make sure I set time aside for myself each day. It helps me stay refreshed, happy, and mentally healthy.

Examples of Mother Culture activities:

  • Nature Journaling
  • Painting/Drawing
  • Go for a walk
  • Read a book
  • Watch a documentary
  • Etc.

Click here to check out the Nature Anatomy Notebook.

Here’s a quick look inside of the Nature Anatomy Notebook. >>>

About the Nature Anatomy Notebook

  • Divided into 4 seasonal sections: Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall
  • Pages are lined and some left blank for drawings.
  • Places to record year and month.
  • Drawing tutorials at the end of each section.
  • Pages are thick enough to use watercolors!

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Using the Nature Anatomy Notebook for Mother Culture

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