Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Make The Gap Year Experience An Accepted and Popular Practice In The U.S…

…is the argument being made by Rita Golden Gelman in a post entitled “Drop Kids, Not Bombs” on Travel Writers News. I hope to have more IHEC Blog posts on the Gap Year and in the future and I’ll let this one start off this (and continued) dialogue.

Rita Golden Gelman describes herself as a modern-day nomad, with no permanent address or possessions other than what she carries and she rarely knows where she’ll be six months from now. She’s been living this way since 1986! You can read more about Rita and her online diary/blog on her website

Note: Any IHEC Blog readers with (or who have had) young children will enjoy knowing that Rita is the author of More Spaghetti, I Say! and several other children’s books which are all listed

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