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Vi er i Danmark og mens vi er her holder vi 4 foredrag:
- 29. August - København
- 4. September - Fyn
- 5. September - Jylland
- 12. September - Online
Håber vi ses :)
NB! - If you dont speak Danish, then the above might read like gibberish :) But what it says is that we are giving some talks while in Denmark. More will come in english when we travel and we will also do a couple of english speaking workshops in the fall on unschooling. If you want to be sure to get to know when. Then please sign up for our newsletter.
Here we are ...
We are a Danish family of full-time travelers, worldschooling nomads, radical unschoolers, digital nomads, and nice human beings who love people and animals.
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On unschooling, vegan food and our travels.
A conversation about world schooling
Chateau Jasmine and how to handle big dreams
Inviting ourselves and staying longer than planned
We did it again. We invited ourselves for dinner, stayed overnight, and all through the following day. This time at a smaller castle in Normandie. This time with someone we only met briefly as he was the host at a music festival we enjoyed participating in.
There was something about this guy, something that felt like family - so I took his number and invited myself for dinner with my not very small family. My husband also had a very good feel…
Have you ever attended a flip-flop long kick contest?
Wait … what. A flip-flop long kick contest?
It sounds weird but is super fun.
How to Travel Full Time & Unschool Your Children with Jesper & Cecilie Conrad
A lovesong for life itself - week 16 2022 Catalunia
Do nomads have a social life?
What is unschooling? Meet the families who have shunned the formal education system
Marketing and Pricing tip for your Products and Services
It is not normal. It is wrong.
Have you ever regretted leaving your kid in an institution?
People call it "normal," but is it?
That something is normal means that most people are doing it - it doesn't make it right.
In Denmark, the maternity leave is nine months. After this period, it is considered normal to take your infant, who can't yet speak and who often can't even walk, and place your child in the arms of strangers for up to 8 hours or more per day. Because you know - it is normal - and you want to go back to work, or wh…