So, I wrote my first newsletter in years in December 2012. It was about realizing I didn’t want to lead travel tours or speak on unschooling; how I felt lost and angry not knowing what to do; and why the year 2012 may have been the best year of my life (even though I didn’t […]
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Dear Readers, I finally wrote another newsletter this past December 2012 but didn’t send it. Here’s a summary: I once was lost but now I’m found. I once had no idea what I was doing with my life, but now I finally have meaning and purpose: climate activism! Writing and leading travel tours that would […]
My newsletter all about the Worldschool Travel Tour: Japan in Autumn 2009 with six homeschooling/unschooling young adults. Plus, info about the upcoming Japan tour in summer 2010 (see the itinerary for that trip): including a chance for a parent-child pair to attend the tour! Also, announcement of a tour to Europe in 2011. Stranger in a […]
In his Stranger in a Strange Land Newsletter: July 2009, Eli Gerzon talks about the Worldschool Travels tour of Japan in November which will include a group of five homeschooler/unschoolers/worldschoolers from around the country. He had a vision of a bird or phoenix coming out of a shell last year now he’s out of that shell, in his new skin, and trying to shine his light through his Tweets on Twitter, on Facebook, and on his blog here.