In Episode 22, millennial moms Elle and Miriam talk to their children about making realistic and practical goals. While it is the new year and resolutions are popular, it is also a time of reflection and planning. It is never too early for a person to start the art of goal setting. Feel free to chime in below to let us know how you feel about this topic or if you have future topic suggestions.
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The African proverb for this week’s podcast:
“What you help a child to love can be more important than what you help him to learn.”
Word of the Episode (1:24)
Afehyia paaaaa (ah-fee-she-ah pah-ah!) means a good meeting with the year in Twi and it’s the phrase that people who speak Twi say instead of Happy New Year.
Cleverly Cultured Kids (1:57)
Do you have a vision for yourself, when you close your eyes, where are you? What do you want to accomplish? How do you see yourself? These questions are a great way for parents to sit down with their kids and get them started on thinking about and planning for the future.
Grown Folks Convo (9:51)
So here’s the truth, last year we did not complete 100% of everything on our goals list, but we definitely came close. Listen in as we discuss the future and the importance of positive words and leaving fear behind you. We’re talking about total person empowerment for both parents and children.
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- Episode 19 – College Counselor Jewel Walwyn Talks Planning for the Future
- Episode 18 – How to Get your Homeschooler Ready for College
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- Episode 16 – Learn to Love Math
- Episode 15 – Are You Comfortable Homeschooling
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- Episode 11 – Protecting Our Kids from predators
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- Episode 9 – Important Health Tips for Kids and Families
- Episode 8 – How to Handle Stress While Homeschooling
- Episode 7 – How Do You Discipline Children?
- Episode 6 – Transitioning to Homeschool
- Episode 5 – Homeschool Coops and Support
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- Episode 2 – Homeschooling and Unschooling
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