I sacrificed myself to keep my daughter safe when I slipped on the ice. Now I’m sitting in the ER after a tetanus shot waiting on X-ray results and for someone to bandage my elbow. But she’s safe at home, happily napping.

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Hobbies and Unschooling

Part of the subtle art of Unschooling is finding ways to inspire your children and to help them find their interests. As a result, part of the ongoing process of Unschooling is exposing children to new ideas, topics and pursuits, but also to model a lifestyle of pursuing interests and hobbies. When children see their…

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The Unschooled Lens – Week 4

Week 4 of my 365 photo project exploring our Unschooling life.

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Bread Day

I enjoy baking bread. I like every part of the process, from feeding my sourdough starter and building dough, to slowly fermenting and developing the gluten, shaping loaves, the actual baking, and of course eating. There’s nothing quite like fresh bread, and I firmly believe that the world would be a darker and less interesting…

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