How World-schooling Has Ruined My Childhood with Hannah Miller
What is the one thing all homeschoolers, unschoolers, cyberschoolers, worldschoolers and even those in traditional education all agree on? Find the answer here
Hannah is a third-generation worldschooler whose childhood on the road took her across six continents from the age of 11-19. Her blog post on Edventuregirl, 10 Ways Worldschooling Ruined My Childhood, is a top-three result on Google for “worldschooling.” Having just completed a Bachelors of Honours in Geography at Queen’s University, Canada, she has plans to travel to Bali, Spain, Portugal, Morocco, and Scotland soon.
Hannah is an advocate for global education, teen empowerment through travel, and the pursuit of big dreams. She supports her adventures via her business, VA Without Borders, which works with digital nomads and entrepreneurs to build successful projects and achieve an ideal work-life balance through virtual assistance.