Enough? It depends. If you're wondering, do more.
Moderation (thoughts about why moderation might not be a great goal)
An older page, updated, and (I discovered) never announced! Collections of others' writings (directory of...)
You might have favorite unschooling writers, or if you don't yet, you might after you see some of these.
Friday, October 21, 2016
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
About responding to curious others, I've added something new by Karen James, up top.
Apple tree analogy, and the nature of wholeness (Karen James, Sandra Dodd, your thoughts, your child)
What if? What if you leave laundry in the washer? What if you dig a hole in your yard?
What if you don't send a child to school for a year? Thinking about wondering "What if?"
Friday, September 30, 2016
New piece added up top to page on Fears (Some parents nurse their fears.)
Addition of a video, and general clean-up of "How Elvis Appears to Unschoolers"
Follow-up notes for speaking in England in 2016:
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Addition of a link a great quote by Meredith Novak, bottom:
(first addition to that page for years)
This page isn't very important, but if I don't note it here, I might lose it.
Something has been added to my error page (a.k.a. 404 page). IF the URL was once good but has failed, there should be a link to an archived copy at the Wayback Machine site. If you would like to check it out, this is a link that will show you the new feature (which was provided by WaybackMachine.org).
The current URL for that is chores/gift (not chore/gift).
Notes on that:
#1, I very rarely change a URL.
#2, Most errors are people guessing, or entering a link with a typo.
#3, Guessing often works.
#4, if the page is not at the Wayback Machine, that message won't show at all.
Wednesday, June 1, 2016
Music—a new quote at the top of the music page, with a link to a recent chat transcript on Musical Intelligence and musicality
Virtues for Unschoolers—what virtues would you like for your child to have? (new page)
What support is and isn't (problems with support for support's sake)
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Additions to and clean-up of an older (life-changing) page
Level up! Faster, stronger unschooling!
Unschooling and Marriage, half new, half from last year, not announced before:
Additions to the page on Kirby Dodd in other people's art. The third artist is his cousin, Gina Trujillo, also unschooled.
Sunday, April 10, 2016
New page on courage. (It's a new page I started in 2008, and added to this week.)
Living in moments, rather than days—a directory page
New songs added to the Small Words collection—beautiful poetry using mostly thousand-year-old words. A dozen song lyrics (and videos), some poetry and commentary
Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Depression, its effects on unschooling, ways to avoid or lessen it
A summary of some recent-ish research on the effects of parental food control on children’s eating habits. (Jo Isaac, PhD and unschooling mom)
Ideas equivocadas sobre el Unschooling, translated from Alex Polikowsky, by Alicia González
Thursday, March 17, 2016
Two new tales of kids turning down sugar, by Sylvia Woodman, second item here:
Not new, but not previously announced. "Seeing it"—has a couple of Just Add Light posts appended now.
New page: Hatred (avoidance of), about how saying "I hate that" stunts learning
Monday, March 7, 2016
How other parenting philosophies and ideas can hinder and hamper unschooling:
A page from 2013 that was not announced, about skills children and adults might have:
New writing, by Megan Valnes, about a surprising feeling of wellbeing she experienced.
Lefthand side, near the top:
Sunday, February 28, 2016
Quotes have been added to some pages:
Marta, Sandra, Pam Sorooshian:
The page on terminology has been rearranged, and has spawned a new page, too:
The problem with "RU" (new page):Added to and rearranged "Clarity":
Wednesday, February 24, 2016
New by Karen James, third item down. Page reformatted to make it easier to read on smaller devices.
Interview from 2010, short but good. This was a backup, but that site is gone and my page is the only one.
Addition to "Phrases to Hear and Avoid" (about whether one is doing enough, near the bottom)