• How To Waldorf,  Podcast,  Waldorf in the Home,  Waldorfy Podcast


      Subscribe to the Waldorfy podcast Apple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsSpotify I loved having Megan Rose Wilson back to speak with me in this episode all about simplicity and Simplicity parenting. Simplicity parenting was first coined by Kim John Payne, who also authored a book all about this topic titled, "Simplicity Parenting", which we reference many times throughout this episode. I mentioned to Meagan when we were recording that I felt this approach to parenting and to really just participating in the lives of young children is SO tied into the Waldorf approach although I've never seen that said or spelled out any where. It felt I really had to cover this…

  • How To Waldorf,  Podcast,  The Waldorf Approach,  Waldorf in the Home,  Waldorfy Podcast


    Subscribe to the Waldorfy Podcast Apple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsSpotify I loved exploring the topic of screens, media, and the use of digital technologies for young children with guest Eloise Rickman. Our conversation gave me so much to consider as we explored how nuanced this topic is. I truly loved having Eloise on the show and I'm so excited to share this episode with all of you. I felt she was incredibly eloquent speaking to something that can be so challenging for families to navigate. Follow Waldorfy on Social Media XFacebookInstagram Resources: Firstly I have to mention Eloise's website there you can learn more about her and all of her offerings including…

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    Waldorf And Navigating What Friends, Family, and Community May Think

    Subscribe to the Waldorfy PodcastApple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsSpotify A super special treat, in this episode I get to host my own Waldorfy mama, Jeni Ogilvy! Our conversation is focused on navigating what friend's family and community might think of the Waldorf approach, while toward the end of the episode we also get to explore dealing with feeling, "not Waldorf enough". I so dislike that term, but I think those feelings can be so real and I'm glad we were able to take some time to address those feelings head on in this episode. Follow Waldorfy on Social MediaXFacebookInstagram   Special Thanks to Waldorfy Podcast Partners   If you listen through this…

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    Third Grade and the Third Grader

    In this episode experienced Waldorf teacher Kris Ritz and I discuss the Waldorf third grade year with a focus on the developing third grader. What is the nine/ten year old experiencing? How can we the adults in their lives be most supportive of their experience at this time of transition? These are the sorts of questions we dive into in this episode. Subscribe to the Waldorfy PodcastApple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsSpotify Kris Ritz is a Waldorf teacher who joined the Emerson Waldorf School community in 2008. She is grateful for the creative students and community-building parents she has been with over the years and is with during this current grades school journey.…

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    Anthroposophy, Architecture, and Design

    Check Out Our Incredible Waldorfy Supporter! Palumba believes that imaginative, open-ended play with simple toys, crafted from beautiful, natural material offers children warmth and a sense of well-being when discovering their world. This lovely photo is of the Waldorf school I attended, the Pine Hill Campus at High Mowing School in Wilton New Hampshire. When I was young I often wondered why our school was in such a unique building.  As children my friends and I would joke about how it had "no right angles", which isn't actually true. However the unique angles in the building have certainly sparked me to wonder, "why?". I loved hosting the…

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