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How can we support our family and live our ideal life? Hillary explores this question as she designs a life well lived alongside her husband and three children. Living school-free and learning with authenticity guides their entrepreneurial lifestyle.
Hillary blogs about mindful family living, diy sustainability and the new American dream at her blog, infinitely learning.
Eren Hays San Pedro
Eren never thought she would give up her day job in website design and marketing to be a stay-at-home mom. But home is where she is happy these days with her U.S. Navy husband and her three boys (twins who are eight and a five-year-old).
When Eren is not at the local thrift store, she can be found barefoot in her backyard garden or at the sewing machine. Eren shows how she puts a little vintage into modern day living at her blog Vintage Chica.
Kat is inspired daily by her two precious daughters and her charming son. She loves music, running, her handsome husband, technology, Jesus and Tex-Mex food. Not necessarily in that order.
Kat blogs at Inspired To Action, a site dedicated to helping moms develop the habits and skills they need to effectively manage their homes and raise children who are prepared to change the world.
Cortney is a young mother of two who finds joy in everyday learning. She shares the aspirations of other mothers who seek to bring beauty and love to their family through various creative outlets—photography, writing, sewing, cooking and entertaining to name a few.
Cortney appreciates the joy found in building strong relationships with family and friends; you can discover more of Cortney's creative ideas at her blog, Praiseworthy.
Megan spends her days with her two daughters and husband seeking the steady amidst the endless activity. She once led high school students through volumes of literature, but these days she prefers Sandra Boynton to Geoffrey Chaucer and watercolors to red grading pens.
Since 2006, Megan has been writing at SortaCrunchy, where she leads a community of like-minded people in discussion and dialogue at the intersection of faith and a life more natural.