Hi, and welcome to The Wandering Daughter. I'm Astrid, a travel-loving mom and a passionate advocate for worldschooling. I've been slow-traveling around the world with my family since 2018, and I love learning about the world with my kids. (You can read more about me here)
If you're new to the concept of worldschooling, it's essentially using the world as your classroom!
This blog is dedicated to helping families, like you, experience travel in an educational and transformative way. I also want to help you travel in this world more sustainably and responsibly.
By doing this, we're ensuring that future generations can reap the benefits of travel as well!
Get started on worldschooling today!
The best way to start worldschooling is to jump right in. Read this post to learn what worldschooling is all about:
Then take a look at the worldschooling topics I cover on this blog. You'll learn about:
- How to prepare for a family gap year
- What worldschooling life is really like
- Learning resources to help you worldschool
- Tips for raising travelers
- Profiles of other worldschooling families like you
If you’re looking for resources to get started on worldschooling, take a look at this post:
Learn to travel in this world more responsibly
In addition to raising engaged global citizens, our responsibility as travelers is to leave this world the way we found it. You can learn about how to travel more sustainably with your family through the responsible travel topics covered in this blog:
Take a look at some of the simple ways you and your family can start traveling more responsibly in this post:
Also, connect with other families who are committed to traveling responsibly in my Facebook group, Responsible Family Travel.
Explore other topics on The Wandering Daughter
Use The Wandering Daughter as a resource to learn about destinations around the world and gather tips on how to travel with your kids.
Take a look at the places I cover on this blog:
And don't forget to look at the useful tips on how to travel with kids:
There’s so much to explore when it comes to worldschooling. If you want to stay connected, I encourage you to sign up for The Wandering Daughter mailing list.
Welcome to the worldschooling family!