Homeschooling

It’s time to take the standardized test to see how our positive & effective our roadschooling, homeschooling approach while we travel. Read more >
On Sunday, my family and I went somewhere I have been eager to go to for a while now – The Harry Potter Symphony with the Nashville Symphony at Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville. The Harry Potter Pre-Show Experience Firstly, Read more >
Mrs. Makepeace’s class is back in session! After 18 months of homeschooling Kalyra on our road trip around Australia, I didn’t think I’d be taking on the responsibility of teaching my kids while traveling again. But, here we are, and Read more >
Thinking about homeschooling your child on the road, but are nervous and unsure? Our experiences and tips will help! Read more >
There’s a madness happening around the world – tightening rules restricting parents from taking their kids out of school to travel. In England, they even fine parents. I feel violated. Who do they think they are controlling my life, denying my Read more >
Before we left on our Australia road trip, our friend Linda from Journey Jottings gave Kalyra and Savannah a gift. A set of her postcards, journals and maps to help them record their travel memories. If you’ve been in any Read more >
It’s Kalyra’s dream to visit Paris. I blame myself for lighting this flame of desire within her. She was three and I had just returned home from the shops with some new clothes for her. I found a cute pink Read more >
The title of this article in the Sydney Morning Herald grabbed my clicking attention – No safe level of missing school, study finds. I dismissed it as soon as it stated the case study was based upon Naplan test results Read more >
Do you want to travel with your kids long-term? Would you go insane or would you love it? I share why nomadic travel with kids can be good amongst the bad. Read more >
I graduated from University in 1997 as a primary school teacher and headed straight for the worst area in London to teach for 2 years. Since then I’ve mostly taught children that have come from disadvantaged circumstances in North Carolina, Read more >

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Using Pre-paid Travel Money Cards

My brother first told me about prepaid travel money cards a couple of years ago. He and his wife used a cash passport for their year long trip through South America and raved about how easy and convenient it was. Read more >