Articles in the Family Travel Category
Parenting, Unschooling »
There will always be critics.
I have read many accounts of unschooling parents being accused of being lazy. Even neglectful.
But is it true?
It is hard not to generalize, but I can understand from the outside how this might be a standard perception about unschooling parents. After all, we don’t teach our children lessons, follow a curriculum or demand testing.
We must be lazy, right?
Many critics believe that unschooling parents are actually usurping their roles as parents all together, as many conclude that unschooling is a form of “unparenting”. (I actually wrote …
Families on the Move
We have been blessed to connect with many amazing families online, all of whom have adapted a travel lifestyle in one form or another. We wanted to take the opportunity to introduce you to them here and highlight the positive aspects travel has had on their families. Welcome our interview series called Families on the Move. Miro & I are honored to a part of this global community we consider our extended family.
Meet the Amazing Family Behind the blog Exploramum & Explorason
Learning on the Road in Australia
From time to time, Miro and I start to feel ready for a new adventure and we start itching for something new. We’ve been talking about so many different possibilities and one of our ideas (among dozens) is to rent a moterhome or a camper van and drive around Australia.
When Miro asked me what I thought that experience would be like, I said, “honestly, I don’t know, but I think we’d make it an adventure, for sure.”
Then, I remembered we have a friend who is …
Family Travel, Global Citizenship, Inspiration, Unschooling, Videos »
The session will be a presentation by mother and son team, Lainie and Miro whom together, have been traveling and learning naturally for four consecutive years on the road. They share with you through their trial and error what keeps them engaged, learning naturally and committed as a supportive team. In their case, natural learning (or unschooling) partners with the surrounding environment, as the world has transformed into a classroom with infinite possibilities.
Ecuador, Family Travel, Peru, Videos »
And we’re looking forward to it!
We’ve had a few travel marathon moments before. Be sure to read all about all of those adventures here:
Tears, missed connections and other travel stories from the road of life
The Big Delay
Monterrico, Agatha, and the 2 ½ hour shuttle ride back to Antigua that took 30 hours
What do you think about long bus travel? Do you like it?
We’re looking forward to reading your comments below.
Family Travel, Parenting, Videos »
Miro and I recently had the opportunity to meet and host another traveling single mom and her son. Our blog was one of the sources of inspiration for them as they set out on their own journey. I had the opportunity to sit down with Ruth and ask her a few questions about her travels. I apologize about the sound / wind, but most of the conversation is audible.
To learn more about Ruth and Louis’ journey, please read her interview here.
Please be sure to watch this A Frank Conversation Between …