"We still put a lot in the fridge because it can get so hot here. But some things do fine at room temperature, as long as they're separated and given room to breathe. You can use baskets or bowls to store apples, potatoes, onions, garlic,…"
"I don't think it's too complicated! I keep a list on the fridge of things we need as we run out of them (dairy, etc.). Then I sit down once a week or so, usually the night before I plan to shop. I look at our schedule, and plan dinners…"
For us, radical unschooling means living in the moment, appreciating the little things, learning from each other, and letting go of fear. I absolutely have to trust in God to be able to do all that, instead of trying to control things myself.
how long have you been unschooling or homeschooling?
We knew we wanted to homeschool from the beginning, and discovered unschooling when our oldest was a toddler, about 6 years ago.
first names of children
Three boys, ages 8, 6.5 and 3.
a little about me
I'm passionate about creativity, community, and changing our culture one life choice at a time. I love to garden, cook, write, read and knit. I learn from my kids every day.