One of the best parts about being a writer is that, to be a good one, you also get to be a reader. I’ve shared our Family Reading Roundups before, of the books we’re working through, but today’s reading roundup showcases some posts from elsewhere around the internet that have kept my interest!
- I guess I’m interesting… this week on Man Vs. Debt, I wrote about how we handle buying clothes for our family. (Actually, it is a pretty interesting system.)
- Shawn, over at Awesomely Awake, shares 6 Ways to a Less Worried Child. This is GREAT advice for parents with kids of all ages.
- Teacher Tom’s blog was recently recommended to me by a friend, and I’m enjoying it immensely. His post on Teaching Kids On “The Spectrum,” of course, resonated.
- And my great virtual friend Aadel at These Temporary Tents shared Unschooling: Like Learning to Ride a Bike, and it sparked huge and interesting discussion on my Facebook page. I personally love this post and agree with Aadel’s thoughts entirely!
What have you been reading lately, virtual or otherwise? Would love to hear what’s making YOU think.
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5 thoughts on “Family reading roundup: Digital edition”
Great list Joan 🙂 I really liked your post on Man Vs. Debt about the clothes shopping…I like your style! We try to be very frugal about our clothing purchases, too. I picked up a few tips from you 🙂 I really, really liked the post at These Temporary Tents!! I read it and shared it earlier this week.
Oh, that’s awesome! 🙂 Thanks!
Thanks for including me! I am humbled that my little unschooling “ditty” got people thinking. ;0)
As well it should, because it’s awesome! I had no idea until this week that this is your first FULL year unschooling; I assumed you were a long-timer! 🙂
We have been very relaxed, semi-unschoolers for about 3 years now. But yes, it is “official” now!