Our Transition Into Unschooling

Check In With Your Brain (Audio + my latest eBook–FREE!)

If you’ve spent any time around children, you know how creative and engaging they can be.  Even before I became a mother, I enjoyed being around young children because they reminded me of the option to just enjoy myself and create fun moments from everyday experiences.

My daughters afford me that very luxury every day.  I’m totally one of those women who feels honored to be able to parent, particularly because I had severe health issues and was told I wouldn’t be able to have children.

All of that, coupled with my personal beliefs about how children choose us and why, led me to explore learning alternatives that Kris and I felt gave the girls more room to grow into themselves, and not what we thought they SHOULD be.

I thought that alternative would eventually be homeschooling,  but it turns out it wasn’t.  It was (and is) Unschooling.  Have you heard of it?
The Unschool Bus


What do you think of the idea that learning is a natural occurrence that doesn’t need rote memorization and organized learning “rows” for children to walk down on a daily basis?

I’m so moved by this entire line of reasoning, and I invite you now to listen in as I share what my family and I are learning through this process. Click the arrow to listen.

[audio:http://www.execumama.com/audio/UnschoolingTransitons-ASR.mp3|titles=Our Transition Into Unschooling]

Here’s the ebook I talk about in the audio.  I’m so proud of it, and I’m even more proud that this is a reality we created for ourselves and our daughters.

Our Transition Into Unschooling

Grab a copy of Our Transition Into Unschooling, check in with your brain, and as always…let me know if/how this serves you.