Well, that was some fun time off. Although, I did not really unplug or rest. What I did was shuttle my kids around to various camps and classes, go to the beach, take a few writing workshops, think, and work on my first Mama Scout Lab e-course. You can read all about it here.
I have had this e-course in mind for a long time and finally decided to just do it. Culled from a decade of notes, the difficulty in creating this course was not a shortage of content - but wrestling it into a cohesive experience. I think I got it!
As the registrations come in, I am in awe and scared and excited. But most of all, I am heartened to see that there are so many other intentional and creative mamas who are interested in community and big, creative, messy, thinking outside the box. I have a strong feeling that the combined experience of this group is going to blow us all away.
I can not wait for it to get started!
And there is still room for you to join us. We can create the home and world we want for our families and children!
In other news. I am leaving tomorrow morning for my first trip away from my children in a decade. I am going to NYC for 4 days with my brother in an impromptu adventure. I think it is going to be great, but we are all feeling the anticipation of missing each other terribly already. Send me your tips!
How do you handle the double feelings of excitement and sadness?
I will blog from the road, so come along with me. I am particularly excited to see this installation on the roof of the Met. And this Bioluminescence exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History.
I will be back next week and back to normal. Sharing some new Monday Missions and Exploration Labs and whatever else we are cooking up 'round here.
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