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You Can Find Clear Water.

“The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.” W.B.Yeats The past two years of re-learning life, and food, have been exhausting for this mama. Three years ago, a doctor in ICU told me this: “There is a very real possibility that your son won’t live.” Fuelled by this, …

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Can You Almost Unschool?

Our family are almost unschooling. Not because we force curriculum in one or two areas, and otherwise respect our children’s freedoms. But because, we’re not there yet. Because, we were schooled. Yes, we take the liberty of calling ourselves unschoolers, even though almost unschooling is an oxymoron. We are unschoolers, on our path. We just …

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Top 10 Items on my Toxin-Free Bucket List.

If you’ve read my posts about going grain-free and organic in the pantry, you’ll know I’ve done this gradually, because I’m prone to overwhelm. You’ll also know that the more I looked into forging a toxin-free diet for my family, the more I realised that all other toxins would have to go, too. I can’t …

Blog Connections With Nature Living Close To Nature living intentionally

Connecting with Abundance: Claiming and Savouring what you Already Have.

“Acknowledging the good that you already have in your life is the foundation for all abundance.” Eckhart Tolle, A New Earth Today, there was nothing in the house to eat. Three small potatoes, a couple of ageing carrots, a floret of broccoli, less than a floret of cauliflower, half an onion, 2 mushrooms. And an …

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Boho Homeschool: When You Don’t Fit Inside A Homeschooling Box.

What to do when you don’t fit inside a homeschool box … Before my children and I quit school, I was a public-school teacher. And after that, a Montessori teacher, for many years. But I don’t do conventional schooling, or Montessori, at home. If there’s one thing my years of teaching taught me, it’s that …