Unlock. Unleash. Unschool!

The past several months of offering coaching for unschooling and mindful parenting have been amazing. I’ve connected with so many parents, learned a lot about the common challenges people face (and the diversity within each experience) and so enjoyed inspiring parents to tap into their own unconditional love.

I’ve spoken with unschoolers, homeschoolers and public and private schoolers, all amazing parents undergoing some pretty amazing transformations and needing a bit of support.

Something else I’ve discovered, though: 30 minutes is not quite long enough and 60 minutes is sometimes too long. A little like Baby Bear, 45 minutes seems to be just right.

So I made some changes:

  • For starters, I changed my button. For some of you it may have updated on its own. For others you may need to grab the code again from this page. Or keep the old one if you prefer. πŸ˜‰
  • I’m now only offering one session length and one package of four calls, each 45 minutes, each still with email support. This has changed the pricing a bit (which won’t affect those of you who have already scheduled). But…
  • I’m also offering the Honor System via the Paypal Donations button found to the right. If you need support and your budget doesn’t allow it, just email me. You can pay whatever you can afford (even if that means nothing). Likewise, if you can afford to pay a bit more it will go towards someone else’s session. Again, this is on the honor system. My time is important to my family, too, so hopefully this will work out for everyone involved.

Why am I offering this? Because it’s needed. Talking to a friend on the phone, someone who will meet you where you are and help you get where you want to be, is important. And not everyone has that.

And I’m offering it because I trust that our needs are always met when we meet the needs of others. I was lamenting my inability to volunteer my time in some capacity while traveling when I realized just how silly that was.

I do have time to volunteer. Granted it might be slightly more interrupted, or it might be while we driving down the road, or maybe while I’m making dinner. But I do have time when I remember to make time for what matters.

Unschooling matters. Mindful parenting matters. Inspiring others matters.

This isn’t a handout. It’s the offer of support. Something we all need. And something we all need to do more of.

10 Replies to “Unlock. Unleash. Unschool!”

  1. This post nearly brought me to tears. I have been studying both unschooling and Waldorf schooling for the last few months. I have so many questions and concerns but there is little to no support out there in my price range. (We were one of those hit by the economy and are just trying to get through each day.) Sometimes it is overwhelming and I feel frustrated that I don’t have the options to learn and grow with my son because of financial limitations. Just knowing that someone cares and is willing to help makes my heart full of hope and gratitude. Thank you for all that you do.
    (As I was reading my comment I realized that it sounds as though I was not trying to make it work on my own, which is not the case. I just know that being able to talk to and learn from someone who has been there will make the process that much easier and less stressful)

  2. Yay! You are awesome and so inspiring and a real role model and especially for giving and taking according to what one can afford $ wise.
    I whole heartedly believe in the more you give, the more you get and what goes around comes around, so acting abundantly creates abundance I think πŸ™‚

    So when I get the extra spare cash again I will top you up πŸ™‚

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