Cecilie Conrad joins me from Istanbul this week to talk about her unschooling, worldschooling life with her family. Cecilie shares about her path to unschooling, which started when her second child began attending school. We talk about how her family’s love of travel has enriched their lives and how the unschooling lifestyle fits so well with their choice to explore. Cecilie also reflects on the amazing relationships that she has been able to cultivate with her four children as a result of diving deep into their loves and interests together.
Questions for Cecilie
Can you share with us a bit about you and your kids? What is everybody interested in right now?
How did your family discover unschooling and what did your move to unschooling look like?
You have a wonderful essay on your website titled, ‘I used to be a feminist.’ Can you share a bit about that journey?
What do you love about combining unschooling with your more nomadic lifestyle?
What has surprised you most about how unschooling has unfolded for your family so far?
Things mentioned in the episode
Cecilie’s blog, Worldschooling Nomads and her website, CecilieConrad.com
Worldschooling Nomads Facebook page, Instagram, and YouTube
‘I used to be a feminist‘ article by Cecilie Conrad
‘Are You Playing the Role of Mother?‘ article by Pam Laricchia
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