When presented with the idea of “world schooling” as a replacement for formal, classroom education, most parents typically default into various forms of knee-jerk reactions: "What about having friends? How can you cultivate a social circle while on the move? What about college? Does this style of education prepare you for university? How will my son/daughter get a job if they aren't formally educated?” These questions are certainly valid but usually point to one's own programming and a lack of clarity on what world schooling truly means. Enter Hannah Miller, the self-described "Edventure Girl". From the ages of 11-18 she, along with her three younger siblings, was officially "world schooled". Along the way, Hannah encountered profound adventures and a deep appreciation for the world and it's vast and vibrant cultural landscape. And, she has made many friends, is currently enrolled in one of Canada's most prestigious universities (Queens University in Kingston, Ontario) and has a remarkably evolved outlook on the notion of career and work which she directly attributes to being educated outside of the box. We are honored to share our conversation with Hannah and her clear and shining example of what happens when learning, travel and excitement are given the room to mingle, connect and flourish. In other words, a wonderfully varied, curious and thoughtful person most ready for the world.