Why we choose to homeschool, and not put our son in nursery

Our son is 1,5 years old now. He is the most magical thing of course. Curious beyond measure, extremely stubborn, strong and wilful. He is intelligent and has an inspiring determination. He is also reflective, contemplative, observing, sensitive, loving and generous. It is such a rich experience, getting to be part of a human beings every day life from the day that they are born and take their first breath in this physical time-space reality. Both from the perspective of being his chosen mother here on earth. As his primary caretaker, his source of food, safety, love, warmth and support. But also from the perspective of getting to understand humanity and spirituality better. I am grateful for the insights. And daily we are learning to live this life together with more ease, depth and flow.

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Eating out with a baby

As much as we avoid eating out so much for the simple reason that most places don’t work with the sort of healing ingredients that we love and are used to at home, as much do we love going out when we’ve found a place that meets our standards. Going out for lunch or dinner is a good way to entertain a baby/toddler, although I remember in the early days, until Rowan was around 9 months old, it was sometimes quite a…

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Attachment

My almost 10 year old camera shut down on me last week. Typically right now, as I have set up a schedule for shooting many new videos for my members section. This camera has joined me crossing the Atlantic ocean on a 35 ft sailboat. It lived at sea with me for five years. It helped document my child’s home-birth, and it has generally been part of many grande as well as…

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Eating healthy while traveling

Health is one of my top three priorities in life (the other two being my family, as well as peace, inspiration and harmony to help me keep connecting to, growing with, and learning about my inner world and the true nature of my real self). No matter if I am fixed in one place for a longer time, or if I’m traveling to someplace new every second day, eating well is always prioritised. Truly healthy for me means…

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Start your day right

Nothing sets you up for a better start to the day. Nothing helps heal and prevent disease better than a big bunch of raw greens, maybe mixed with a fruit or two. Try and get 1-2 kilos of plants into your…

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