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hearts and brains

This week we’ve been making a lot of Valentines Day preparations.

We built a heart shaped box for Lilah and decorated it and decorated a MineCraft creeper box for Gavin. 730 more words


Acceptance is contagious

After a big year last year, I’ve been intentionally decreasing my time engaging in activism projects. This year I’ve been playing on instagram, writing a tiny bit, working on business ideas, and hanging with my kids and our friends more. 397 more words


10 Ways to Make Money While Traveling

  1. Teach English Over Seas: You can teach English overseas in many different locations. Ideally you should have a bachelors degree but it isn’t always necessary. Most places will give you an apartment in your contract.
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When all of that resolution crap creates a breakthrough

I am one of those people that really enjoys a good introspective workbook. Like a “transformative change” junkie. One of the things I find is doing these things over time–over and over again–starts to help train your brain to look at yourself a bit more objectively. 638 more words

Why Kids Need Real Play

***Play Is Essential Series: Child Development & Play***

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          Play is essential for all human development. 102 more words

11 Reasons I'm NOT Teaching My Children | Happiness is here

***Transforming Education Series: Home Schooling***

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          We need to rethink and transform how we educate our young people. 140 more words

A Journey of Self-Discovery

Both my husband and I “grew up” in the world of compulsory schooling. While my husband never enjoyed school, I was the opposite.  I was an excellent student — good grades, good behavior, academic awards, honor roll, voted “most likely to succeed” etc.  1,397 more words