Urban homesteading is not just about growing your own food, it’s about bringing necessities like entertainment and education home. As an [urban] homesteader, you take power into your own hands to live a better, more self-reliant life no matter where you live.
I was asked to write an article about my homeschool experience. Sure, no problem (so, I thought)! But, boy, this article sure wasn’t easy because there was so much to tell about our home education journey. Thankfully, I had a lot of help from my family and friends who helped me put down my (somewhat LONG) story into a neat and tidy article.
Ask the Grad – First Daughter of Urban Homesteading shares the tale of her homeschool upbringing.
Anais Dervaes is the oldest of the home educated Dervaes children, a.k.a. Urban Homesteaders. After reading more than one article by her and her sister on femininity and counter-culture living, I simply had to know more about what it was like to be educated in their home. Obviously, running an urban homestead is quite time-consuming. I am so grateful that Anais has taken time from her busy schedule to share with us her unique story.
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