I’ve mentioned the Living Joyfully Network online community here and there on the podcast over the last couple of years, sometimes sharing the theme we’re exploring that month or testimonials from members.
But I feel like that doesn’t actually say much about what we get up to in this rich and vibrant community. So, for those who are even just a bit curious, I want to share a peek inside the Network!
Anna Brown, Network co-host and community advocate, and Erika Ellis, community moderator and resource-gatherer, join me up front to talk a bit about the Network: the platform, the flow, who it’s for, what makes it different, and why we love being members!
Then we share one of our weekly focus calls, where Anna Brown and I discuss an aspect of the theme of the month as it relates to our unschooling lives. For this call, the theme is Navigating Conflict and we’re diving into the idea of No Set Outcomes. I think you’ll find our conversation really interesting and helpful.
And, if it seems like a good fit for you on your unschooling journey, I hope to see you inside the Network!
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The Living Joyfully Network community
The Network is a wonderful online community for parents to connect and engage in candid conversations about living and learning through the lens of unschooling. Our shared goals are to embrace lifelong learning, develop strong and connected relationships with our children, and cultivate a thriving unschooling lifestyle in our families.
This month, our theme is Remember Your Why and we’re looking through the lenses of connection and joy.
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