A Mum Of 4 Shows The World What Life Is Like Without Electronic Gadgets
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A Mum Of 4 Shows The World What Life Is Like Without Electronic Gadgets

A Mum Of 4 Shows The World What Life Is Like Without Electronic Gadgets

The world certainly has changed in recent years, and some people consider it to have changed for the better. There are those of us, however, who agree that change is good but we still have some regrets over the fact that something was lost in the process. That is especially true where electronics are concerned. It doesn't matter where you look in the world around you, you will see people playing and working on electronic devices. Some people miss the days when we had to live life without those gadgets. One woman in Scotland, however, has decided to do something about it and, thanks to her photography, we get to enjoy seeing her children living technology free. It might just spark nostalgia in those of you who remember the good old days.

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"My kids live without TV and modern electronic devices."
"This is a lifestyle that may seem a bit unconventional to some...
...but I’m so happy that I chose to live in this magical place with my family."
"I document their days in an environment full of nature and uninhibited play."
"It’s the physical record of their childhood, life as it is...
...the reality."
"And it’s also a reflection of a childhood rooted deep in my own past...

...when I enjoyed absolute freedom."
"It’s a childhood I now pass on to my own children."
"I really want others to recall some aspect of their own childhood through my photos."
"I believe it is best when my children come home all covered in mud."
"They run and play wherever they want and live in harmony with nature."
"They belong here - wild and free...

...and nothing stands between their young souls and nature."
"Living in the countryside involves lots of work, that’s true...
...but it’s great for the kids to gain a sense of what it is to have to work to enjoy what we have."
"They learn where our food comes from and about life and death."
"They perceive and fully understand this world and learn important, yet not always easy, life lessons."
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