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Teaching on the Road – Life Lessons for Entrepreneurs

Teaching on the Road – Life Lessons for Entrepreneurs

By on Aug 13, 2014 in Life Hacking, Life Lessons, Teaching on the Road | 0 comments

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As you will see from this weeks content our trip to Denmark has had a an effect on all five of us. For me it’s another example of making sure you go with a gut feeling. There has been a few of these for me so far. Just things that sound ok but don’t seem to fit in with the feel of the experience. An example is our departure date from Australia....

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Choosing a different path

Choosing a different path

By on Aug 12, 2014 in Family, Home Schooling, Life Hacking, Teaching on the Road | 2 comments

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On the weekend we spent some time with Simon’s cousin, Jeremy and his family on their new pig farm in Denmark, Western Australia.  This venture is only 6 months or so old and they have been working flat out to get it all running smoothly!  Currently they have 400 pigs, but in a few weeks they’ll have 800!  wow Jeremy and Josie have 3 girls who are home...

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A few budget travelling tips

A few budget travelling tips

By on Jul 30, 2014 in Accommodation, Life Hacking, Online Business, Self Contained Accommodation, Teaching on the Road, Traveling Office, Work and travel | 4 comments

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And so we’re half way through our stay in Perth..  Today I’ve spent some time planning the next part of the journey – Perth to Broome.  Mostly I’ve been looking for free camping stops for our tent AND self contained accommodation in Broome where their website/Digital marketing could do with a bit of help 😉 Our accommodation here at “Perth Fully Furnished” has...

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Time with the kids – thats the best bit

Time with the kids – thats the best bit

By on Jul 23, 2014 in Distance Education, Family, Teaching on the Road, Travel with kids | 0 comments

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Its been over a month since we left home, so I have been reflecting about why we’re doing this and what it all means to our family? The main thing that I’ve been dwelling on is the effect it is having on us as a unit, a family unit.  At the moment its pretty much just the five of us every day exploring where we are and working together. In the last week...

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The Things Seb Liked This Week

The Things Seb Liked This Week

By on Jul 16, 2014 in Family, Teaching on the Road, Travel with kids | 1 comment

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This week I got to stay at Nikki’s place for a night by myself, it was great because Nikki is awesome. I also liked making a dog out of the sand with Ben today at Hillary’s beach.  The dog was bigger than life sized and looked really cool. Finally we went to the zoo with our Tassie friends, the Sladdens.  I loved seeing all the animals and especially...

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Flexibility is the key – in travel and life!

Flexibility is the key – in travel and life!

By on Jul 15, 2014 in Life Hacking, Life Lessons, Online Business, Teaching on the Road, Travel planning, Work and travel | 0 comments

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When we left Tassie a few weeks ago the plan was to be in Perth for approximately a week and then head up the west coast to Broome and then across to Darwin. However as we travelled across the Nullarbor we realised that we needed to get a lot more work done and it wasn’t happening while we were in traveling mode. This was partly because Simon was driving so he...

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