Tag Archives: home-ed

The pros and cons of a working holiday

My recent posts about working holidays have inspired others to do the same, which is great. But there are a number of things that need to be considered before jumping in; although jumping in is always a great way to … Continue reading

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Feeling all woofed out

In my last post I spoke about our adventures in Cirencester while WWOOF-ing(WWOOF: World Wide Opportunities On Organic Farms) . Somewhere in that post I discuss meeting our host and how well I thought we would get on. However, during … Continue reading

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All children deserve a specialised curriculum

Home-ed  children benefit from their own personalised curriculum One of the great advantages of home-ed is seeing how your children learn: what stimulates them and what doesn’t. Having them around you 24-7 enables you to adapt their learning methods to … Continue reading

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Out and About on a Tight Budget

Being broke feels oppressive; I hate not being able to do the things I want and often having to go without the things we need.  But I have learned that having a different attitude during times of financial lack can truly … Continue reading

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Things That Make Me Happy!

  40 Things that make me happy( not really in order): Feeling particularly crap one day I decided to write down a list of a all the things that make me feel good. I figured that if I could find … Continue reading

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