#3 Leave the bucket-list at home but travel anyway

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Photo by Author. My daughters trying to “share” cold cocoa in Chiang Mai, Thailand.


By helping them expand their identities beyond school

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Photo by Islander Images on Unsplash

School is an “Anchor” experience


Your commitment to the greater good must exceed the lure of discovery.

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Photo credit: Ludde Lorentz

In other words, the pace of evolution and that of the resulting extinction is the same.


Instead of trying to save the world, do what brings you joy and surrender the rest to higher wisdom.

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If it were such a brilliant idea, someone would have thought of it before.


It eludes you because you try to capture her without being fully present

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My husband and I took a sabbatical from our careers. Together.

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Marie Kondo would agree with #3

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The rule works, but you are missing a crucial step

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I don’t think so, not even in the worst economic recession.

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A letter to my kindergarten-age children to prioritise finding true friends before accumulating possessions

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Photo by Omar Lopez on Unsplash

…she kept all of us warm, cosy and luxuriously entertained. I could…

Prajakta unKNown

Writing about (f)unschooling my girls through travel. Writer for Tourism Whistler. Follow me on IG: https://bit.ly/3pLaDYf

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