Archive | September, 2013


Weekend Links

Hey guys!  October is right around the corner and I hope it is cooling off where you are. Here are some great links we found around the net recently. Stuff from some of our favorite people and some thought provoking posts as well. 10 Ways World-schooling Has Ruined My Childhood :: EdventureGirl Hello Month :: […]

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Video Update – Why we’re selling the house

Click here if you can’t see the video. In our September update we talk more about the reasons we are selling our house to travel the world.  We are two weeks out from a closing date and have the perfect apartment lined up.  The kids are ready to go and the family will be moving […]

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Leaving Conventional Wisdom Behind

A few weeks ago Daniel and I announced that we were selling our house in hopes to make traveling easier for our family. Some of you may be curious on how that is going. A friend remarked that I haven’t tweeted about the house stuff much. We put the house on the market and had […]

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Be Slow to Make Decisions

While I was in college I attended a small charismatic church. At some point the small youth group didn’t have a youth pastor. I knew how to lead a group, so I impulsively stepped up to lead a group of 10 teenagers. I became an interim Youth Pastor my Senior year of college. The students […]

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The Advantages of Not Knowing Your Destination

Daniel and I love to tell people about how we are working towards becoming digital tentmakers. Their first question is almost always, “So what country are going to first?” The truth is that we don’t know. We usually just reply with a bunch of countries we would like to visit. Then we get a strange […]

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Are you a digital tentmaker?

Are you a digital tentmaker?

This year I’ve discovered a new outlet for my extrovert self. I’ve started attending WordCamps which are locally organized mini-conferences that are one to two days long. The camps are normally put on by local meetups, but are still open to people from out of town. There isn’t a San Antonio WordCamp at the moment […]

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