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Hugh DeBurgh

Hugh is a man and father of four dedicated to the parenting style of living life intentionally every day. You are welcome to join him!

In his own words:

I grew up a typical middle-class American kid in suburbia.

I have spent most of my life working – first, to please my parents, then my professors, then judges and clients, and finally to please my customers. One day I realized that I wanted to have fun, too. And I wanted to share it with my kids before they all grew up and moved away.

So I gave up my law practice, converted my active business into a portable organization, and began a new life.

As a family we have circumnavigated North America twice in an RV, stopping liberally along the way to soak in the amazing jewels this continent has to offer. We have also dabbled in South and Central America, and hope to spend more time there soon.

We hope to purchase a sizable boat and take our explorations seaward as soon as finances allow.

Our kids have experienced schools, homeschooling, unschooling, and just living life as kids. As parents their mother and I have tried to open their eyes to the world so that they know what is truly possible for them if they only try. Only time will tell if we have succeeded.

I hope that our approach to living will inspire others to break free from the strait-jacket of conventional thinking and to reconsider the way they are spending the precious currency that is each day of our lives together.

Hugh wants to teach others how they can make this transformation in their life as well.  Follow Hugh on his blog, The Way of the Passionate Warrior, and be sure to pick up a FREE copy of his landmark new book, Families Without Limits!

Feel free to contact Hugh with your thoughts and comments.  His email address is hugh(at)thepassionatewarrior(dot)com.

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There once was a man named Hugh who lived in a shoe.  He had so many kids he didn’t know what to do!

So he decided to chuck his old shoe and set out on a crazy adventure with his wife and kids.

The neighbors thought he was crazy.  They always did – he lived in a shoe after all!

His relatives thought he was ruining his kid’s lives.  “After all, they might miss the Prom,” they said.  “What if one day one of them wakes up and decides to become a dancer, but then realizes that she never quite understood the Pythagorean Theorem?” they said.

“Oh goodness, that would be a tragedy!” he said.

But Hugh and his family decided to continue on their unique path of freedom anyway.  What else could they do?  They knew in their hearts that it was the path that they were meant to follow.

And they all lived happily ever after.

The End.

And, The Beginning!

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