Into The Wind

21832626-0-documentary-uk-websiA long overdue post from me, but I’ve been inspired by two “world schooler” families, who travel the world as a family, learn together as they experience new cultures and experience. Incredibly creative, they find their passions and run towards them…hard.

You will be inspired by their lifestyle, and they’ve made a film, called “Into the Wind” to share why, what and how they live:

Set against the backdrop of the contemporary status quo, this film explores the transformational life choices a growing number of families are embracing. Where the world is both teacher and provider, families shed cultural expectations, challenge preconceptions of money and success, examine what it means to be educated and redefine the concept of community and home.

On an ongoing journey of learning and discovery, travel is a way of life, a way of interacting with the world and connecting with its people. So old in its origins, Into the Wind could be the modern answer to what we’re all seeking.

Sign up now to sneak a preview of the film’s trailer at intothewindfilm.com.

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1 thought on “Into The Wind

  1. Hi Harvey!

    I’m Jo – artist, writer, traveller, mental health advocate, music lover, wild west nut intrigued by science, and renaissance soul with a potty sense of humour. I’ve miraculously recovered from thirty years of depression – a medication crisis was the catalyst, I’ve never felt this good – and I’m chronicling the rebuild of my polymath and hopefully adventurous, creative lifestyle on my blog, Creating My Odyssey.

    I’m reaching people with a voice, creatives and people with depression in particular, to explain that this illness is the most treatable of mental health issues. It was purely by chance that my husband and I contacted the brilliant mental health team, who, with a combination of medication (known as California Rocket Fuel- love it!) and cognitive behavioural therapy, brought me to where I am now. Which proves that provided sufferers know where to look, help is available. That’s the hard part, which shouldn’t be the case.

    With this blog, which is a great vehicle for my creativity and also covers a myriad of eclectic subjects, I’m unleashing everything that was previously hidden under a bushel! I’d love to exchange links and guest posts with other bloggers, particularly on mental health issues, so if if anyone is interested, I’d love to hear from you.

    I’ve also been writing a humongous novel forever, on and off, particularly during young parenthood and depression, to help keep me sane. Alias Jeannie Delaney is the life story of a devastating cowgirl who’s the fastest gun in the west and also bisexual. Since my recovery from depression I’ve decided it’s time to get it out there! I’m blogging about it on my site. My husband has finally taken me in hand (!) and we’re now working our way through it. 😊

    Thank you so much for reading.

    Jo UK

    Ps. I’m also south east UK – Hampshire.

    http://www.jo-b-creative.blogspot.co.uk http://www.kitty-le-roy.co.uk Facebook Jo Bennett Facebook Creating My Odyssey Facebook Kitty Le Roy’s Wild West Instagram jmclutton Twitter @Clutton_jo LinkedIn Jo Clutton

    On 11 Sep 2017 10:49 am, “On a Creative Journey” wrote:

    > Harvey Wade posted: “A long overdue post from me, but I’ve been inspired > by two “world schooler” families, who travelling the world as a family, > learn together as they experience new cultures and experience. Incredibly > creative, they find their passions and run towards them..” >

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