During episode 31, we welcomed Amelia Roberts
from the Business of Nursing podcast. Amelia is a registered nurse. However, in this conversation, we focused on her upbringing as a homeschool graduate who went on to college and is achieving her dreams.
The African proverb for this week’s podcast goes as follows:
“Birds sing not because they have answers but because they have songs.” — African proverb.
Word of the Episode (2:30)
Oju means eyes in Yoruba.
Cleverly Cultured Kids (2:53)
During this section, we want to hear from kids who are currently homeschooled. Today’s guest, Matthew, is one of 6 children. He is in the 7th grade.
You can hear his mom’s interview about how she makes it work educating multiple grade levels from preschool through high school. After you listen to this podcast tune-in to hear Episode 29)
Grown Folks Talk, Homeschooled by a single mom (12:30)
One lesson that stood out about Amelia’s experience was Amelia’s Mom was a nurse who was also a single mom, but she was able to find time to homeschool Amelia and her brother. Here’s a little more information about Amelia and her podcast. On the Business of Nursing, she shares a personal collection of information and inspiration related to nursing. Amelia states that the sole reason she is still a nurse in such an emotionally taxing field is that she loves facilitating human connections that alleviate all sorts of pain.
Once you listen, please be sure to share your key-takeaway from this episode with us in the comment section below.
Connect with Amelia Online
Thankfully, we at the CleverlyChanging Podcast believe in supporting one another. Please send some love Amelia’s way and follow her on all platforms. And also check out another conversation we had about 504 plans and distance learning.
- LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/ameliaroberts/
- Twitter – https://www.twitter.com/rn_solutions
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