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Sitting front row to a person's becoming

Sitting front row to a person's becoming

It has been especially delightful to see the threads connecting their early childhood and their late teen/launching years. And I know it will just continue. This delight, this joy as they engage with and contribute to the world, beyond childhood, outside our home as adults.

Lighting Design, Homeschooling Freedom, and Project-Based Learning (an interview with the Warfels)

Lighting Design, Homeschooling Freedom, and Project-Based Learning (an interview with the Warfels)

An interview where we talk about design and the importance (and sometimes complexity) of lighting in our lives and where we explore the potential of homeschooling not just on our kids' education but our own career paths and family culture. And see how it all comes together in one family's experience with project-based learning and living.

Migration, Cultural Displacement, and Growing through Loss (an interview with Heidi Chupp)

Migration, Cultural Displacement, and Growing through Loss (an interview with Heidi Chupp)

Navigating change, feeling culturally out-of-sync, evolving through loss, Heidi and I talk about tough topics in this interview with hope, gentleness, and laughter. It was such a privilege to connect and find a kindred spirit.

Enthusiastic living, free learning, and self-knowledge

Enthusiastic living, free learning, and self-knowledge

What makes you feel alive? Catherine lives her life as a response to this question. And in doing so she challenges others, simply through her example, to reflect on their own decisions.

Freedom Education on Patreon

Freedom Education on Patreon

This post explains how Patreon works so you understand the sign-up, payment, and delivery process for the Freedom Education course starting in February.

Freedom Education: A Course in Life and Homeschooling

Freedom Education: A Course in Life and Homeschooling

This course will teach foundational principles and practical how-to strategies; offer stories, support, and community to help you homeschool with a freedom, lifelong learning mindset.

Immigration, cross-border love stories, and communal living

Immigration, cross-border love stories, and communal living

Kendra Perez and I cover a lot of territory in this interview. And like lots of good stories we begin by exploring one of the formative experiences of her childhood, specifically her family's immigration to the United States from Canada.