Our Homeschool: A Day in the Life 2017

I've found it enjoyable reading through other homeschoolers' "a day in the life" posts. I love peeking into their lives and seeing how unique each home-educating family is. During our days at home, it's the little things I'll easily but hate to forget. So documenting it seems like a worthy idea. But so much happens … Continue reading Our Homeschool: A Day in the Life 2017


What Deschooling Looked Like for Us

"Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution." – Albert Einstein When we began homeschooling almost two years ago I never would have guessed how much I'd learn about my children, my husband, my family, my community and myself as a result... To start, for … Continue reading What Deschooling Looked Like for Us

Mental Minimalism

When we hear the term "minimalism" we instantly apply it to our physical world – less belongings, less consumerism, less clutter. We rarely apply this term to our mental space. But I think (no wait, feel) clearing our brains of unwanted, unnecessary thoughts is a huge component of pursuing a minimal, simple lifestyle. One day, as a young … Continue reading Mental Minimalism