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ARE SCHOOLING SYSTEMS GOOD ENOUGH TO PREPARE CHILDREN FOR LIFE?
Well, the idea of conventional schooling did resonate with our guests – The Iyers’ and they decided to give Homeschooling a shot. they and the kids liked it s much that in a years time tha they progressed to Roadschooling their children.
It has been more than 3 years they are successfully living a nomadic life and loving it. Ur conversation with Anchal Iyer was very enriching and gave us a new perspective.
listen to their story by clicking on the Link in the BIO and enjoy their journey as we talk about the following with them
1. Secret of disciplined nomadic family
2. Minimalistic living
3. Giving kids wings to fly
4. Life lessons on the move
5. Embracing change
6. Impact on nurturing kids
7. Personal journey (spiritual) and as parents
8. Societal reaction & social security
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