Our conversation with Rachel Schmitz on The Road to Macstock outlines her unique approach to the conference’s topic of “Learn”. How living with a geek “rubs off”, lessons from how she and husband Mike Schmitz are raising their family in an intentional way, with different approaches to learning and creativity, and more are all part of a different kind of discussion.
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Rachel Schmitz is mostly a nerd by association. She has bachelors degrees in both fine arts and theology. She began her photography business in 2006, called the Art of Kairos, specializing in wedding photography and custom designed leather bound albums. Her business pivoted to contract commercial photography the final few years until she closed her business in 2020. Her use of technology is driven by the mission and mantra: Create not Consume!
At that point, her focus turned to homeschooling her tribe of 5 children (4 sons and 1 tenacious daughter). She loves learning alongside her children and cultivates insatiable curiosity in them. She launched the Intentional Family podcast with her husband as a solution for endless calls, emails, and pleas for help from the multitude of parents suddenly in a world requiring them to navigate schooling at home in 2020.
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