Socialization and the Home-Educated Child

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Possibly one of the most frequent questions I get asked about my choice to educate my children from home is the socialization question: What about your children’s interaction with others?  Aren’t they deprived of friends and social contact?  Don’t you find that they get lonely?
While I don’t want to appear boastful, my […]

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Inspiration & Social Proof: An Interview With New Parent, Gary Vee

Congratulations on your baby girl, Misha – she’s gorgeous! We’d love to know whether you’ve found it as challenging as we have, being both an entrepreneur and a new father. How did you manage to “crush it” as well as cope with the demands of a newborn/young baby?
Thanks so much, it’s been an incredible experience! […]

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Our Journey Part 4: 4 Weeks On The Road & Lessons Learned So Far

Image: Mali & I on location at the beach in Thailand
Wow, I can’t believe we’ve already been on the road again for 4 weeks…last time I wrote about the countdown to leaving our home and what we did to prepare and already I’m writing a post about what we’ve learned so far. I guess most of […]

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Social Media For Location Independent Parents – Which Networks Should I Use?

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The online world can be a lifeline for location independent parents. That’s how you can keep in touch with friends and family and keep your business going. But that same online world can be a real time-sink, eating up countless hours which you could use more profitably elsewhere. As a location independent professional, […]

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