Follow-up to Virtual Meetup #5

Thanks to everyone who joined the virtual meetup. We had a lot of good discussions which extended beyond the scheduled one hour. I was not sure if I answered all the questions clearly. So here is a post that clarifies things a little bit in case I was not clear earlier. Here are some questions that were asked and my responses. Is your daughter’s all equity portfolio returns better than yours? Yes. Her XIRR is 20% vs my 12% returns. My portfolio does not include the US employee stock grants. Did you consider your foreign employee stock options as part … Continue reading “Follow-up to Virtual Meetup #5”

Do Kids Need Toys and Books in Unschooling

While unschooling is already the extreme end of the spectrum, it is not a thin line. There is a lot of variance. What seems like unschooling for one may still feel like home schooling for another. So it’s all relative. How deep you want to go is all up to you. Consider this for example, some unschooling parents find any kind of books or toys to be a hindrance to creativity and learning. They prefer a fertile playground for children that is devoid of any man-made objects so children can learn the natural way. They prefer nature with trees and … Continue reading “Do Kids Need Toys and Books in Unschooling”