Cleverly Changing Podcast
Summary: Hosts Elle and Miriam are two Black homeschooling moms embarking on a self-defining journey. Listen in on conversations that will encourage you to be your authentic self, while uplifting your spirit and motivating your inherent potential. They’re defining what culture is for their families and want you to do the same. Bring your children along too, so they can meet the Cleverly Cultured Kids. They’re all for teaching the babies while they’re young, adapting to the challenges of parenting, homeschooling and being willing to learn the lessons that the children have to offer. It’s all about uplifting one another and reclaiming your innate greatness.
In this episode's discussion Chanita offered encouragement and resources to parents who need help finding a way to homeschool. She shared lessons learned as a 13 year homeschooling parent.
It's summer, and school's out, which gives families time to explore. Regina Coley stopped by our podcast to share her expertise with us.
Regardless of whether you are raising a boy or a girl teaching your child the proper way to groom their hair is important. Stay tune and listen to this conversation with author Christine Aldrich.
Business, family, and transferring wealth to multiple generations is what we're talking about on the Cleverly Changing Podcast in episode 80 with Dr. LaTanya White.
Lola and Dupe Ajayi are twins who have a passion for finance and kids. Lola and Dupe Ajayi teach children about financial literacy through their children's novel "Taiwo and Kehinde: : The Wedding Trip." Learn more by listening to the full episode.
Quiana Darden stopped by the Cleverly Changing Podcast and shared how she is raising her beautiful black child who is on the Autism Spectrum.
Worldschooling is a lifestyle and using the world itself to teach and give your children/students access to knowledge from real-life experiences! In this episode we spoke to a mom of six who shared how she creates her worldschooling curriculum.
Tiffany Obeng is an attorney, mom, and Children’s Book author. She stopped by the Cleverly Changing Podcast to share her life-Changing experience with an early mentor and also shared how she is giving Black youth added hope through her books.
We're chatting with Fatmata Jalloh about motherhood, the impact of books on the lives of our children and raising a confident Black boy in America.
Our guest, Christina Garrett, is a productivity and organizational coach for busy women who equips women of faith with practical time management strategies and self-care opportunities to get more done without overwhelm, burnout, and frustration. She shared how she works and homeschools her five children.
Kizzy Dogan loss her mom at the tender young age of 14 and although she had a supportive family she still experienced some challenges. Her book Thirteen: Lessons for Every Teen Girl's Journey to Womanhood is a go-to guide to help young teen girls build their confidence.
During this episode we spoke with Shaun Taylor who is a mom of three. Shaun's homeschoolers are in high school and middle school so sit back listen and glean knowledge from learning about her homeschool journey.
Literacy is a hidden gift. Reading books can take a person on adventures, teach them new skills, and unlock doors and careers.
We're exploring ways we can raise our young people to be successful, however they define it, self-sufficient and self-aware adults through both conventional and unconventional methods. Education and opportunity cost beyond elementary school is driving this conversation.
We're chatting with Kori Majeed, a homeschooler with six daughters. She shares with us how and why she came to send her young women to Senegal to deepen their educational experience and expand their horizons.