Joined 13 years ago from USA
K.D. Clement is passionate about learning, living and writing. She has published short fiction and poetry and dabbled in freelance writing.
Her interests include holism, midwifery, natural childbirth, psychology, philosophy, Waldorf Education, the arts, spirituality, bilingualism, Germany, travel, alternative health, cooking gluten and sugar free and Waldorf inspired homeschooling.
When she isn't writing she spends most of her time homeschooling her six bi-cultural and bilingual children using Waldorf methods. Her one regret is that there are not enough hours in the day to explore all the delicious ideas and experiences life has to offer her.
13 years ago
In an interview about his newly released book The Women, author T.C. Boyle confessed that he never knew much about Frank Lloyd Wright until he moved into Wright's George C. Stewart House in California. Before reading Boyle's book my own knowledge of...
4 months ago
Here are 7 helpful tips for women to use to navigate tricky emotional terrain with their mothers-in-law.
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