sarahmickulesku@yahoo.com'

Sarah is a mother of two, adventure-seeker, and limit-pusher. She received her BA in Journalism from Metro State University in 2007 and is a published children's book author ("The Woodchuck That Could Chuck" on Amazon.com). While she’s not homeschooling her kids, she spends most of her time immersed in the forest. She currently lives in Denver.

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  1. SIMPLIFY YOUR MESSY LIFE IN FIVE EASY STEPS
    July 23, 2016 @ 1:09 am

    […] I decided our primary mission as a family would be to invest our money in things that would get us and the kids outdoors. We bought more camping gear, got the kids a trampoline, asked for bikes for them for Christmas, got rid of a ton of toys that had too many parts, canceled cable, and sold what was left of our more expensive baby gear items that we were holding on to “just in case”. Ironically, we were gifted a 65″ flat screen TV right when we decided to ditch cable, (which, don’t get me wrong, we have enjoyed having around for our Star Wars marathons on the days when life requires some vegging out) but basically, we decided to drop an 80s bomb on our house and try to give our kids the closest version of childhood that we had as possible, (which I have blogged about before, here). […]

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  2. STRANGER THINGS REMINDS US WHAT CHILDHOOD IS ABOUT
    August 19, 2016 @ 7:52 am

    […] no secret I’m obsessed with the 80s and would do just about anything to give my kids the freedoms that that era allowed. Being raised […]

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