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Homeschool Fiction

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.

...and just what is that mysterious device of theirs?

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Topics: curing diseases,empowerment,environmentalism,food,lowfat,McDougall,top ten,vegan,zen

Top 10 Reasons I STAY Vegan

Whoo-Hoo for me, and Happy Earth Day to all! I’m celebrating 10 years this month of having become a vegan! While I’ve alternated precisely what I’ve been regularly eating over these 10 years, there are some undeniable truths about why I have stayed vegan and why I will always be a vegan: I’m hardly ever […]

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Topics: food

Feed Your Kids Right

I’ve read a variety of Mother’s Day supper stories about families who celebrated by making steaks for the parents and hot dogs for the kids.  While some kids might have a preference for the lower quality foods, all the kids I knew when I was a child were jealous that I ate the same meals […]

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Topics: empowerment,words,writing

What do you want to be known for?

One hundred years from now when people are sitting around talking about you, what do you want them to be saying?  Do you want them to say, “He was a bit of a jerk from what I’ve been told and he knew how to drink a six pack of beer every day.” Or possibly, “He […]

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Topics: art,computer,curing diseases,education,empowerment,fiction,food,relationships,religion,television,Unschooling,vegan,words,zen

Stop Doing Things that Suck the Life Out of You!

An old friend of mine recently read my blog and was pleased to see that we agreed that iceberg lettuce and schools both suck the life out of people.  I loved his observation, and I especially love that we’d both come to these conclusions separately.  🙂 I’ve been thinking about my friend’s comment and I […]

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Topics: Arizona,homeschooling,photographs,review,travel,Unschooling

REVIEW: Wildlife World Zoo and Aquarium, Arizona

Located just west of Phoenix, right off of I-10 in the town of Litchfield Park, Arizona, is the Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium.  My local unschooling group went there on Wednesday, March 25th and had a blast.  As homeschoolers in a group, we were given the same privileges as a school group.  This benefit is […]

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Topics: food,holidays,vegan

Vegans Eat More than Lettuce

Whenever I go to a conference, business luncheon, or the like, I inevitably have to explain what a vegan diet is (since I’m a vegan).  What’s particularly shocking is that my special ordered food usually has to be sent back to the kitchen a few times before it actually is vegan.  The people in charge […]

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Topics: curing diseases,empowerment,food,McDougall,PCRM,vegan

Being a Macho Man

There are several U.S. commercials on television right now that are quite insulting to males.  They imply that men aren’t truly men unless they are meat eaters — and they imply that a man is more of  a man if he eats meat in extremely large quantities — daily, at each meal. Think this is […]

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Topics: books,guest post,Unschooling,words,writing

FICTION: Storytime PART THREE (Guest Post)

If You Give a Big Girl a Keyboard (click here and here for the other “If You” stories) by Teagan and Zoë Bentley If you give a big girl a keyboard, she’s going to want to play a song. But! She doesn’t know any songs, so she’ll want some sheet music. As she gets the […]

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Topics: food,party,photographs,space,Star Trek,television,vegan,vegan recipe

Star Trek Inspired Food

For our recent (vegan) Super Star Trek Party, we had the following menu (recipes to follow for the ones we can share): Super Star Trek Sunday Menu Mammoth Ferengi Tube Grubs Similar to Earth’s scallops, these are covered in Bacon with a hint of mustard. A combination of flavors, these bite sized morsels are loved […]

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Topics: holidays,party,photographs,space,Star Trek,television,Unschooling

Happy Groundhog Day!

This is such an exciting year for my family; Super Star Trek Sunday and Groundhog Day are back-to-back!  We spent yesterday watching Star Trek, playing Star Trek games, doing a Starfleet Academy Training Course, doing Star Trek trivia questions, eating Star Trek inspired foods, and most of all: enjoying the company of our friends who […]

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