When someone asks me what am I passionate about – my immediate response is always
I absolutely love being with my kids, watching them grow and discover life, and I feel pretty damn lucky to be a ‘Homeschooling Mum’.
Over the years I’ve discovered that not everyone can do this, and that’s for a multiple of reasons. It can be financial, physical or even psychological, and not every kid thrives in the Homeschooling environment. There are a multitude of factors that have the ability to trip us up so I’m very grateful that I’m able to do what I love.
Watching their love of learning develop and being able to walk alongside them while they make their way though this big wide world is an honor and a privilege – and this is pretty much why I love home schooling. It gives me the ability to be involved in their learning – whether that be from a birds eye view or a more hands on approach in their learning journey.
When I think about travel I feel much the same way. Privileged that life has brought me to this point, seeking new adventure and thriving on change. When so many I know are falling victim to a fear-based life I feel like I have opened my eyes to an exciting and real way of living. To share this with my 2 young children warms my heart and fills me with pride.
I would love to share with you my homeschooling journey (or more appropriately named ‘road schooling’).
Click on the links below to delve deeper into the wonderful, and yes, sometimes challenging life of a homeschooling family. And please, if I can help in any way, just leave a comment and I will do what I can to help.