About Us

I can't take these two anywhere. #juggling

Hello! Oddball Juggling is a father-son collaboration between myself, Justin and my son, Zeb.

Our passion for juggling began in November of 2010 when my son asked to learn how to juggle. Together, we found videos and began practicing using rolled-up socks as juggling balls.

Within a few hours, I had mastered juggling three balls and couldn’t stop myself. Zeb continued to juggle off and on for several months, as I began juggling several hours every day! When his passion for juggling was ignited at a juggling conference in the summer of 2011, we had the idea to begin sharing our love for the sport with other families.

Now here we are! Promoting the benefits of juggling and our father-son business with OddBall Juggling!

A Little More About Us

We are a unschooling family of three. We travel the US full-time in a Waste Veggie Oil (WVO) powered truck, and a solar powered fifth wheel.

Some of my other interests include playing with my family, alternative energy, motorcycles, exercising, and woodworking. Zeb also loves the yo-yo, playing Xbox, LEGO, and online gaming. Tara, my wife and Zeb’s mom, is a life coach and loves photography, writing, art journaling and being awesome.

Find us: Justin-Wagner.com | SustainableBabySteps.com | OrganicHomeHealth.com | TheOrganicSister.com



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3 Responses to About Us

  1. John Brown says:

    I always like it when I find jugglers in new places. One of my favorite books, well, actually two favorite books with juggling in them: “Lessons from the Art of Juggling” by Michael Gelb and Tony Buzan, and “The Structure of Delight” by Nelson Zink

    What are some of your favorite juggling inspirations?

  2. John Brown says:

    Ya, I see what you mean. Awesome stuff. And great show on your part as well!

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