Tag: worldschooling


Raising Entrepreneurs Entrepreneurship / Family / Personal

It’s exciting to see my kids learning important life skills at a much younger age than I did, and actually earning money with these skills! I suppose when I was around 14 years old, I did start doing random work for people, including typing documents, computer repair, or consulting people on computer purchases, just because there were people who insisted on paying me to do...

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Bali / Education / Indonesia / Personal / Travel

Our daughter Emily (15) has been passionate about the environment for many years. In our travels, she’s seen some of the most pristine and beautiful natural wonders on this planet. She’s also seen beautiful places covered in trash, coral reefs destroyed, and glaciers receding due to increased temperature. Being strongly moved by this, she has dedicated herself to learning more about her own impact on...

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My Daughters Have Never Been to School Education

I have over a year of video footage that I haven’t done anything with. All our time in Mexico this year, our last trip to Bali, to Europe, to the U.S. – almost none of that footage has made it into a video or blog post, as I’ve had other priorities. But my daughters love video editing, and they’re very good at it! (Better than...

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The Family Adventure Summit Travel

I am so excited for the Family Adventure Summit! If you’re at all interested in family travel, then I highly encourage you to check out this live event. We’ll cover all aspects of long-term family travel, from finances and ways to fund your travels while saving big on expenses, to education on the road, to community building, to making it all a more meaningful and connecting...

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A Scrumptious Hibernation in Nelson, New Zealand Education / Family / Food / Music / New Zealand / Personal / Travel

Believe it or not, we’re homebodies. It may seem paradoxical that we’re also long-term traveling, worldschooling adventurers. Those things don’t typically go together, do they? But for us, they seem to work out quite magically. I’m reminded of the hobbits in Lord of the Rings. They aren’t necessarily wired for adventures, but some find travel to be invaluably “precious” in their journey through life. We see worldschooling as a...

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Life Without Instructions Unschooling Conference Education

Even though we’ve been worldschooling/unschooling for many years, we’d never been to any kind of conference about it until recently; we just grew into this type of education gradually and naturally, because it was a good fit for our family and lifestyle. More importantly, traditional school or not, we’re all students of this miraculous existence we call life, and that process looks different for each...

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