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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

Unschooling

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

Neurodiversity

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