Tag: children's education

E63: Sailing in Search of Freedom / Boatschooling with Keith and Renee from Sailing Zatara

Hello everyone and welcome back to the campfire! Today joining us are Keith and Renee, the creators of the platform, Sailing Zatara. Several years ago after a successful career, accumulating material possessions, and finding that happiness was not on the other side of money, Keith… Continue Reading “E63: Sailing in Search of Freedom / Boatschooling with Keith and Renee from Sailing Zatara”

WHAT’S IN A LOAF OF BREAD

Several weeks ago we purchased some sourdough starter. This is the key ingredient in making sourdough bread. This starter is alive and is filled with yeast and bacteria that must be fed to be kept alive. Feeding it consists of giving it some flour… Continue Reading “WHAT’S IN A LOAF OF BREAD”

E59: Mid Year Check In With Two New Homeschooling Moms

Today I spoke with my sister and cousin about how our homeschool year is going.  I always like to take a step back and evaluate how my plans are working out mid-year.  I think we all know what happens to ‘plans’.  We spoke about… Continue Reading “E59: Mid Year Check In With Two New Homeschooling Moms”

It’s Never Too Early to Learn

A friend of mine told me she was judged for teaching her kids to do laundry too early. There is so much wrong with this statement. The first? Why do we feel the need to judge parenting techniques? We are all doing our best.… Continue Reading “It’s Never Too Early to Learn”