Category Archives for Travel

What Else is Possible?

This live presentation will air on:Friday – September 16th – 9am Pacific timeThis workshop will be taught in the 2016 Not Back to School Summit – REGISTER HERE for live access!If you want your kids to accomplish their dreams, you’ve got to be willing to lead out and go after yours! Join Heidi as she shares incredible […]

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The Jelly Belly Factory

The Jelly Belly Factory  by Jen Holmstrom Crushed Pineapple, Blueberry, Island Punch, and Toasted Marshmallow. Do these flavors peak your interest? They should, because these are some of the most popular Jelly Belly flavors. If you have a sweet tooth like I do, you might be interested in knowing that there are two Jelly Belly […]

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Customize a World Class Education For Your Children

This workshop was taught in the 2015 Not Back to School Summit – REGISTER HERE for FREE live access to our next summit!Many of us have a clear idea of what we don’t want for our kids ‘schooling’ — we don’t want public school, or ‘conveyor belt’ or ‘one-size-fits-all’ curriculum. But we’re unclear on what we do […]

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Creating a Humanitarian Homeschool

This workshop was taught in the 2015 Not Back to School Summit – REGISTER HERE for FREE live access to our next summit!You may have noticed that the world is changing, and families are ready to do something different and bigger for their homeschool. After a life-altering trip to Kenya, Africa, a few homeschool moms decided […]

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Homeschooling Abroad

This workshop was taught in the 2015 Not Back to School Summit – REGISTER HERE for FREE live access to our next summit!  Bloom and learn where you are planted, is my motto. Do you live overseas and homeschool (or want to)? There is so much to learn while traveling and homeschooling. Want to get “out […]

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Letterboxing

[osd_social_media_sharing] Much easier than geocaching, letterboxing involves following a set of directions to a location – turn left, turn right, go 50 paces, and so forth – without having to figure out how to use a GPS.  It’s fun, all you need is a stamp, an ink pad for the stamp, a pen and a […]

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One Soldiers Story – A Tennessean in World War II

One Soldier’s Story: A Tennessean in World War II  –   John’s grandfather Wesley Notgrass (1915-2007) joined the United States Army in 1941 and served for four years, one month, and seven days in the United States and Europe during World War II. Based on his grandfather’s recollections, John steps into character to share Wesley’s […]

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Am I Smart Enough to Homeschool?

Are you afraid that you are not smart enough to homeschool your children?  Do you think that only certified teachers have your child's best interest at heart?  Is your mind filled with doubts about your abilities? There are millions of homeschoolers in this country – only a very, very small fraction of them have a […]

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