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Simple Childhood • Episode 101

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Years ago childhood was different. There was less technology, less materialism, and less busyness. Today’s kids are faced with an unprecedented amount of all these things. How do we reconcile the culture we live in with their childhood?

We don’t give kids enough credit for being able to enjoy the simple. We think they need gadgets and entertainment. But deep down, in the nature of a child, I think they have the capacity to appreciate so much more than we realize.

What do I mean by a simple childhood? 
A childhood that is raising our children to be focused on Jesus and getting rid of the clutter and fluff that distracts us from our purpose. We are raising disciples, not staging photo.

Join me today as we talk about the issues facing our kids and how to keep it simple.

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Read about the simple joys of a child in this sweet story—>Truly Enjoy the Simple Things- Even Brillo!

See Snapshots of our simple life on Instagram!

Previous episodes:

What I Learned From Purging Clutter•Podcast 96

Simplifying Social Media• Podcast Ep 99

Lessons Learned on Our Journey to Simplify

My Biggest Fear for This Generation of Homeschoolers

Kids & Clutter

Helpful Links:

An Unlikely Homeschooler

Reclaiming Simple Birthdays- Celebrate People, Not Stuff

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