|A picnic breakfast|
I have made 13 podcasts. I never expected to make that many, and I never expected to have any listeners other than a few and encouraging friends. I guess that’s why I never introduced myself properly when I first became a podcaster. There didn’t seem to be any need to do that. My friends already know me. No explanations were needed.
During my podcast, I also tell the story of how the girls and I went to a professional audio studio to record some Rosaries for a local community radio show. I came home with some ideas on what I need to do to make my podcasts sound more professional.
And I explore this thought: is it essential that unschoolers travel the world, or at least their own country, in order to provide enough learning experiences for their children? Or can we find sufficient adventures at home? I chat a little about watching out for adventurous opportunities and relate the story of how Sophie and I had an adventure last Saturday.
Unschooling books and magazine
Homeschooling with Gentleness by Suzie Andres
A Little Way of Homeschooling by Suzie Andres
John Holt’s magazine, Growing Without Schooling
Blog posts about having adventures
Youtube video about using the Zoom H1
Another podcast I mention
The Accidental Creative
|A wombat hole!|
And now onto my podcast… About Me, About Podcasting, About Adventures!
PS: I should add that I never dived to the BOTTOM of the lake to look at the map of the bush tracks. (That would have been very adventurous!) Words never come out perfectly when podcasting. The map was on a board BY the lake!
|The Angels of Abbey Creek|
I took the above photos while Sophie and I were having an adventure together. You can find more photos on my Stories of an Unschooling Family Facebook page.
You can find my other podcasts on my podcast page.
And you can find my children’s stories on the pages of my novel, The Angels of Abbey Creek. (Would my book make a good Christmas present?)