Before we bought a house in a village, I had lived all my childhood in a big city, dreaming of moving to the countryside. I wanted my children to grow up having meadows, mud, farm animals and all the nature arround. And I fullfield this dream. We moved into a small house in central Poland, we have 3 children. One is still a toddler but the elder are openminded, enthusiastic, caring and they love nature. I worked as an English teacher before having the youngest baby.I homeschooled my eldest son for a year, and still thinking about returning to teaching kids at home. We have goats, milk them by hand and get milk, produce some cottage cheese. We’ve got our own eggs, and buy most of food on a local maket once a week. We take big care to reducing plastic income - don’t buy any beverages, use reusable containers while shopping. I’m very interested in permaculture. I’ve taken part in some workshops and try to implement many solutions in our our homestead. Yet it’s hard to cope with everything without helping hands. We’ve got a seperate room with exit on a terrace. In summer it is also possible to stay in a shed. If you are wiiling to spend some time living in a polish countryside, helping with everyday chores in the household and in the backyard, exchanging ideas on developing permaculture garden, playing with goats and getting to know our family you are welcome :) Except of that I love playing board games, going for long walks and crocheting.
Baby-sitting et jeux créatifs
Cuisine/repas pour la famille
Aide dans une ferme
Aide à la maison
S’occuper des animaux
Pratique d’une langue
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We live in central Poland. There are pros an cons of that. There in neither a sea nor the mountains in the closest neighbourhood but up to 2-3-4 hours drive you can get to most places in our country. It is a typical polish village, with about 40 hoseholds around, guite far from any city, but not a remote one. There is a river Warta near with rafting opportunities. There are many walking paths and beautiful landscapes with deer running around.
I can speak English and Deutsch, we are not vegetarians (but consume not much meat) but if you are it would be great to learn some cooking hacks on meals for kids for example. You have to get on well with kids.
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The room is situated on the groundfloor of our house. There is a seperate exit on a terrace. The kitchen, bathroom you wouls share with the rest of our family. The kitchen is just opposite the room. Kids mostly spend time at the attic where the space is udivided.
My husband spends a lot of time working out - that’s the biggest reason it’s hard to develope the garden while I have both kids and house on me. Two kids are attending school. Typically to any countryside you have to reach most places by car, unless you’re not in a hurry and you can take a walk ;)
Accès Internet limité
Nous avons des animaux
Nous sommes fumeurs
Maximal 4-5 Stunden am Tag, 5 Tage die Woche