Archive | June, 2014

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Free to Leave or Stay

“God, you are good and you are faithful.” is what I often repeated to myself while I doubted God throughout one oppressive hot Summer in 2012. I wasn’t seeing God provide like He promised in His word even though I asked Him every day to show up. I was scared of foreclosure and I felt […]

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3 Ways Kids Learn While Traveling

In my last post I talked about how we packed and worked on our homeschool lessons while traveling. My kids learned more about phonics and adding double digits, but their eyes were opened to a bigger world on our trip. As John Steinbeck says, “People don’t take trips, trips take people.” My little people had […]

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Homeschool While Traveling

Homeschool While Traveling

We decided to homeschool our kids, because we wanted the flexibility to travel at any time instead of being tied to a typical school calendar. We homeschooled for a year and a half before we took our first trip. In that year and a half I learned about curriculums and my teaching style. My kids […]

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Packing Part 3: Packing for Guys and Packing Tech

In part 1 of our backpacking series Amanda shared why we like to use backpacks and what we packed for our kids. In Part 2 she shared what she packed for 8 weeks in Europe. Today I’m sharing what I packed for our trip. I have packed light with one bag before, but I figured I’d need more clothing […]

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