Alanis the Unschooler

I am so in love with unschooling right now, and it seems I’m not alone.

Check out Alanis. Unschooling like a boss and posting about it on Twitter.


You might think that unschooling is all about the kids. And of course, that’s usually where things start.

But what I have discovered on this journey of unschooling, is that it is just as beneficial for me as it is for the children.

Healing things that I didn’t realise needed to be healed, expanding my capacity for creativity, deepening my understanding the world. Curiosity run wild.

Isn’t it ironic. Don’t you think.

2 thoughts on “Alanis the Unschooler

  1. Ha Ha! LOVE that you quoted your own song. I’m actually beaming. Anytime I say “isn’t it ironic” I always add “don’t you think”.
    But – more to the point – I completely agree with what you have said here. I grew up hating nature, mud, being outside. And now unschooling my little human I love to get stuck in. Appreciating life a whole lot more these days. I guess it makes you see things through your child’s eyes. And, to a child, the world really is amazing.

  2. *ha ha. Sorry I thought she wrote the whole post. And you shared it. I now realise you wrote it. But still like that you quoted her song.

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