Monday, March 28, 2011

The Wonder of Childhood Online Magazine

Oh I am so excited about this online magazine created by Lisa Boisvert Mackenzie who blogs here. Lisa is well known for her beautiful outreach to the community, sharing her own wonderful stories and understanding of waldorf education and holistic living. She is putting the finishing touches on what promises to be an amazing resource for families everywhere with an emphasis on waldorf homes, life and education. The magazine is called, "The Wonder of Childhood".

I was honored when Lisa contacted me to write a monthly column for her new online magazine, representing the waldorf inspired homeschoolers out there. My first article can be seen here. I am so excited to be in the company of so many amazing contributors whom I so admire and who I have turned to time and time again for inspiration and education.

Lisa is one of the most beautiful souls that I've met. She willingly gives and shares with others, always striving to do more and to learn more. I am thrilled at this undertaking to put together an all encompassing free magazine for the benefit of families everywhere. Thank you, Lisa! And hope everyone gets a chance to check it out and take it all in. It is absolutely fabulous and has contributions by so many amazing experts out there, including Eugene Schwartz, Marsha Johnson, Christine Natale, Suzanne Down, and so many others that you will most likely recognize if you scroll through it.

Very exciting! Be sure to have a peek at The Wonder of Childhood...


  1. Jen,

    Great article! We used the Monkey Bridge for language arts a few weeks ago, and my son LOVED the story; I think he will be delighted to reprise it for a math lesson later, so - once again - thanks for the inspiration!

  2. Congrats! I love your post! Look forward to reading your column monthly!


  3. Jen,
    Thanks for sharing this lovely person. I cant wait to ready your article. Such a blessing.

    With All That I Am
    Carrie "Forrest-Dweller" Duvall
    The Handmade Homemaker

  4. Good news! Another resource means more inspiring moments and greater numbers of people who can share ideas and inspiration surrounding Waldorf education. It's great that you will be one of the monthly contributors!


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