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Follow homeschoolers Nadia and Aidan as they travel the USA! Each book in this series explores a new state and a new research topic. Along with their parents and pet turtle, they find adventure and learning everywhere.

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Archive for July, 2009

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Topics: 20 Questions,education,homeschooling,photographs,Unschooling

20 Unschooling Questions: Idzie from Montreal, QC, Canada

Click here for more “20 Questions Answers from Unschoolers” around the world. If you’d like to answer these questions yourself, please read this post — I’m actively seeking more people to answer these! NOTE: This is the first time that an Unschooled “child” answered these questions for me!  While Idzie isn’t a child anymore, she […]

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Topics: cookbook,food,photographs,vegan,vegan recipe

Vegan Recipe: Cheesy Stuffed Mushrooms

Here is a quick and easy recipe for those of us who love cheesy stuffed mushrooms, but now eat a strict vegan diet. Ingredients: One large container of mushrooms One container of Tofutti cream cheese (or similar vegan cream cheese) Parsley Paprika (optional) Wash mushrooms thoroughly.  Break off the stems and chop them into little […]

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Topics: Arizona,art,crafts,homeschooling,how to,photographs,Wright on Time

How to make: Homemade Lightbox and t-shirt decorating with bleach pen

For Father’s Day presents, we had a lot of fun making decorated t-shirts.  Click here for a bunch of really cool examples (with directions). Since those turned out so nice, I decided to have a try at putting my Wright on Time books turtle logo onto some shirts.  I printed out the design as large […]

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Topics: 20 Questions,education,empowerment,homeschooling,interview,mindful parenting,relationships,Unschooling

20 Unschooling Questions: Nikki from Hollis, ME, USA

Click here for more “20 Questions Answers from Unschoolers” around the world. If you’d like to answer these questions yourself, please read this post. ———————– DoLifeRight: Tell me a bit about yourself and your family (name, children’s ages, where you live, etc.): Nikki: My name is Nikki, and I’m also known as Starcat. I’m the […]

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Topics: Arizona,empowerment

Making the Most of What Isn’t

Most times in life, we seem to flitter around making the most of what exists.  We appreciate the shapes and figures we see in the clouds.  We make animals out of the clouds that are floating around.  We appreciate the things we have in life whilst neglecting to appreciate the things we don’t have. This […]

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Topics: Arizona,cactus,photographs,prickly pear,Tucson

Prickly Pear Fruit Season Again

Once again, it’s time to harvest prickly pear fruit.  Here are a few photographs of my daughters enjoying picking this year’s harvest. We’re going to have a big crop this year (over the next two or so weeks), so if there is anyone local interested in picking some, please contact me.

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Topics: 20 Questions,Arizona,education,empowerment,homeschooling,interview,mindful parenting,relationships,Unschooling

20 Unschooling Questions: Teresa from Tucson, AZ, USA

Click here for more “20 Questions Answers from Unschoolers” around the world. If you’d like to answer these questions yourself, please read this post. ———————– DoLifeRight: Tell me a bit about yourself and your family (name, children’s ages, where you live, etc.): Teresa: I am Teresa Graham Brett. I share my life with Rob, Martel […]

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Topics: vegan,vegetarian

Vote for the 2009 Veggie Awards!

It’s time once again to vote for your favorite veggie products, periodicals, restaurants, and more!  If you have an opinion about even one vegetarian or vegan product — PLEASE VOTE! Click here to start voting now!

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Topics: education,empowerment,homeschooling,Unschooling

“But, but, but… How do you know when you are done?”

The above question was recently asked of my always unschooled (homeschooled without curriculum) 12 year old daughter by an adult we’d never met before once her homeschooling status (and lack of an assigned grade level) became known. Zoë didn’t hesitate in her response. “Why would you ever want to be done learning?” Exactly!  I’ve completed […]

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Topics: curing diseases,empowerment,environmentalism,food,vegan,vegetarian

Meat Free Mondays

Most people aren’t the “cold turkey” type.  We don’t like quitting our bad habits all at once.  This makes the transition from a S.A.D. (standard American diet) to a healthy vegan diet easy in the grand scheme of getting rid of unhealthy habits — it doesn’t have to happen all at once.  Every vegan meal […]

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