From the Editor

"We're Looking for Writers"

By Cameron Talbot • 2 min read

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Happy New Year!

With this January 2022 edition, The Oak Life Journal completes its first year in existence. Thank you to everyone who has subscribed, read or participated in the creation of this virtual magazine, made specifically for orphan care workers.

To celebrate, we are beginning a new season here—We are inviting you to participate in The Oak Life Journal.

We are looking for orphan care workers and directors who are interested in writing a featured article.

The vision behind this publication was always to begin conversations, provide a voice to orphanage workers, and learn from one another. Now, we’re asking you to help us with that vision.

Article content should come from your personal experience. What have you discovered in your orphan care journey? What mistakes have you made? What methods do you use with your kids? What policies have you found to be critical? How did you get started?

If you have an answer to any of these questions, we want your voice to be heard.

For more information about article requirements, and our pay structure, fill out the form below.

Sincerely,
Cameron Talbot
Lead Editor

Write for The Oak Life Journal

Cameron Talbot

Founder of Oak Life, he has been working alongside children's homes since 2015. His passion is to learn and share the tools to help heal children of abandonment. Sustainable alternative-care. Proud husband and father.

Cameron Talbot

Cameron Talbot

Founder of Oak Life, he has been working alongside children's homes since 2015. His passion is to learn and share the tools to help heal children of abandonment. Sustainable alternative-care. Proud husband and father.

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