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Welcome to Cleverly Ridiculous, where you'll be following me, Ero, through time, space, reality, existentialism, and the aspects of everyday life. Strap in, because the ride is gonna get bumpy!
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Larry Thomas AKA "The Grae Wülf, discusses Sports, Life, Business, Relationships, and Education. Grea Wülf, also combats inner city adversities by providing insight on the effects of "The Power of Words, Law of Attraction, Spiritual and Godly principles. The topics are based on his curriculum taught to Students, Athletes, and Entrepreneurs that have changed the path and trajectory of many lives.
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Cleverly Changing Podcast

Cleverly Changing Podcast

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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, ho ...
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[Opening music fades out] Host: "Welcome back to the Cleverly Changing Podcast. I'm your host, Elle Cole. Mom of two twin daughters. Today, we're diving deep into a topic that ignites creativity and innovation: guiding our youth to become successful entrepreneurs." The essence of entrepreneurship for kids Host: "Before we jump into the practical as…
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[INTRO MUSIC] HOST (Elle Cole): Welcome to the Cleverly Changing Podcast, where we explore the world of homeschooling, parenting, and education. I’m your host, Elle Cole, and today we’re diving into the fascinating realm of artificial intelligence in homeschooling. HOST (Elle Cole): Artificial intelligence, or AI, isn’t just about robots and sci-fi…
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Episode Summary: Join us for a festive episode as we explore a myriad of exciting activities to make this holiday season truly special for your family. In this episode of the Cleverly Changing Podcast, we dive into 125 fantastic things you can do with your kids during their holiday break across the USA. Episode Highlights: At-Home Activities with K…
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Listener Discretion Advised: This episode contains discussions on sensitive topics regarding Black women's sexuality and societal labels. Please be advised of potentially mature content. Episode Summary: In Season 5 Episode 102 of Cleverly Changing, hosts Elle Cole and Miriam Hoover engage in a powerful conversation with guest Dr. Candice Nicole. T…
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The Cleverly Changing Podcast is your guide to innovative education. In this episode, we welcome Brittany Selah Lee-Bey, an educator, reading specialist, and the creative mind behind "EtymologyRules: Back to Basics" and The EtymologyRules Show. While diving into the show, we discover how Brittany transforms literacy education for youth through inte…
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Our latest Cleverly Changing Podcast episode discusses paying for college and how early families should start. Brad Baldridge is a college funding specialist who worked with thousands of families to help them plan and save for college. He is the host of the Podcast Taming the High Cost of College, and he is a dad who has navigated this college read…
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EPISODE TRANSCRIPT Speaker1: [00:00:09] 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 sam…
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WE’VE GOT MERCH! SUPPORT THE PODCAST There are hoodies, t-shirts, sweatshirts, pillows, and more. Place your order at CleverlyChanging.Threadless.com. LET’S CONNECT! Want to be a guest on an upcoming show? Just fill out this form, and we will send you an interview link when your request is approved. We’re bringing back Cleverly Cultured Kids! To ha…
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Maria Dismondy is the founder of the publishing company Cardinal Rule Press. She inspires and educates others in the book industry. She shared insight on the Cleverly Changing Podcast, letting us know about her life as a publisher in Michigan after being in the classroom for many years. TODAY’S HISTORY LESSON What is Kenyan currency called? Listen …
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Today's podcast will discuss How Do You Teach Your Children Black History? Today's History Lesson Where was the first public place where "Lift and Every Voice and Sing," the Black national anthem, was performed? Listen to the episode for the answer. African Proverb "If everyone is going to dance, who then is going to watch?" Cameroonian Proverb Rem…
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WE’VE GOT MERCH! SUPPORT THE PODCAST There are hoodies, t-shirts, sweatshirts, pillows, and more. Place your order at CleverlyChanging.Threadless.com. LET’S CONNECT! Want to be a guest on an upcoming show? Just fill out this form, and we will send you an interview link when your request is approved. We’re bringing back Cleverly Cultured Kids! To ha…
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Remember to subscribe to our podcast so you will get the latest updates. Word of the Episode E yi so means see you soon in Fon and is from the country of Benin Republic. Let's Connect! Want to be a guest on an upcoming show? Just fill out this form, and we will send you an interview link when your request is approved. We're bringing back Cleverly C…
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During this episode we will share and discuss Stacey Woodson's homeschooling journey and how being a dietician and an author influences her parenting and family relationships. History to Explore One of the most influential instruments in African culture are drums. Drums are considered the heartbeat of Africa. The book Oral Literature in Africa disc…
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During this episode I share information about sickle cell disease in honor of National Sickle Cell Awareness month. History to Explore Nigeria has a population of 112 million people. About 25% of adults there carry the sickle cell trait (source). According to the World Health Organization, more than 300,000 babies with severe hemoglobin disorders a…
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During this episode we share how the VELA fund is supporting educational entrepreneurs. They specifically specialize educational experiences that are out of the box. In 2010 at one of my daughter's pediatric appointments her doctor advised me to homeschool. The thought changed my children's first academic experiences and increased my love for educa…
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During this episode we will share and discuss how music is great for learning and boosts a child's self-esteem. Every culture in the world embraces music. History to Explore One of the most influential instruments in African culture are drums. Drums are considered the heartbeat of Africa. The book Oral Literature in Africa discusses how drums were …
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Where did the summer months go? If you feel that summer felt way too short this year, we concur 100%. This episode is where Miriam and I update you on our lives with our children this school year, and we have an exceptional offer for you. This is an episode you will want to listen to in its entirety to take advantage of everything we have available…
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Our latest Cleverly Changing Podcast episode discusses the importance of a homeschooling support system and general systems to help your days run more smoothly. We listened to a former teacher who now homeschools and supports other homeschoolers tell us why it takes a Melanin Village to be a Black family homeschooling in America. History to Explore…
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Do you have a child that loves animals? If so, this episode with guest Abriana Johnson about going from veterinarian to cowgirl will be a great episode for you to listen to with them. History to Explore The Emancipation Proclamation was passed in 1862. Did you know that in the latter part of the 1800s, many formerly enslaved people settled west aft…
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Today's podcast is close to my heart because when my daughter was in kindergarten, she was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. It is also one of the reasons that I continued to homeschool my children for so long. People homeschool for a variety of different reasons, but health concerns was my top reason. History to explore Type 1 Diabetes is an autoimm…
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Episode 85 is a full show of hearing from our Cleverly Cultured kids . They chime in about their different perspectives on how their school year ended and whether or not they miss homeschooling full time. They shared their perspectives on what it's like to attend a traditional school and how transitioning back to school was after several years of h…
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2022 has been a difficult year for many families, people are still learning how to adjust to life during a pandemic; in addition, there are people who are struggling with their mental health. Unfortunately, the news has been devastating, there have been over 100 mass shootings, but the shootings at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, TX have devastat…
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Are you trying to find a way to homeschool your children? Then listen up and visit our show notes page to connect with today's podcast cast. We will give you a taste of what homeschooling entails. As a thank you, please help us keep supporting African American Homeschool families with our podcast by purchasing items from our shop. There are hoodies…
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Help us keep supporting African American Homeschool families with our podcast by purchasing items from our shop. There are hoodies, t-shirts, sweatshirts, pillows, and more. Place your order at CleverlyChanging.com/shop. Something to Explore: Which continent has the largest families? African families have 4.5 children on average, while in Asia they…
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Christine Aldrich is a children's author who recently published her first children’s book, Braiding Crowns of Friendship. It's a story about an African American girl who learns to love her hair, and in doing so she helps to teach others about the beauty in diversity. When Christine wrote the book, she pulled from her own life experiences growing up…
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An article on StLouisFed.org entitled, History’s Lasting Imprint on the Racial Wealth Gap intrigued me. It discussed, "Today’s Black-white wealth gap—Black families have about 12 cents of wealth for every dollar held by white families—largely reflects, then, the culmination of all those shared historical experiences of exclusion and destruction. An…
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Do you know where your knowledge of financial literacy and competency came from? For many of us, the way we save and spend our money comes directly from the lessons we learned around us. Most of those early finance lessons depend significantly on how we see our parents or guardians spend their money. We've had several financial conversations on our…
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One in 40 people are believed to be living on the autism spectrum. Unfortunately according to Spectrum News “Black children with autism tend to be diagnosed later than white children and are often misdiagnosed with other conditions. They also have less access to services and tend to be underrepresented in most studies of autism.” We have shared sev…
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Have you ever thought about worldschooling? On the Cleverly Changing Podcast we've had two episodes that mention worldschooling and both guests go about traveling and teaching their children in different ways. Our first introduction to worldschooling was Episode 48 Worldschooling with Jade Weatherington, Jade discussed teaching and traveling the wo…
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Our inspiring guest today is a mom and author Tiffany Obeng. Tiffany is on a mission to educate and inspire Black children to aspire to be anything they want to become! We believe Black youth are capable of accomplishing their dreams. She writes career books for kids to introduce children to various professions, especially stealth professors. This …
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Our guest today is Fatmata who is a nurse practitioner, a children's book author, a military wife, and the owner of a staffing agency. She's a multifaceted woman from Sierra Leone, living in America and raising her 3-year-old son alongside her military spouse. Today she spoke with us about motherhood, how her son is developing an Interest in Readin…
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Are you juggling a lot? Do you have multiple children you desire to teach? Do you need some time to connect with yourself and your spouse? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then please listen to this full episode. Our guest, Christina Garrett, is a productivity and organizational coach for busy women who equips women of faith with prac…
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All children need to learn how to deal with adversity, but having self-worth and confidence are necessary skills that will help youth thrive into adulthood. This episode is a conversation about how to raise confident kids. Something to Explore: Here are a few interesting facts to explore with your child. Today we will discuss the confidence and lea…
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Three top reasons to listen and share this episode about homeschool dual enrollment. 1. Have you ever wondered how parents of multiples teach all of their children and work too? Shaun Taylor, todays guest has three businesses and three children and is able to make it work. 2. How are parents teaching their high school level children? Tune in and he…
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Did you know that the continent of Africa is one of the most diverse places on earth and there are more than 1500 languages spoken there? African Proverb “Wisdom is like a baobab (pronounced "baw - bab") tree: No one individual can embrace it. - Ghanaian proverb Word of the Episode Hela means "Money" in Swahili We've Got Merch! Support the Podcast …
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There are a lot of students that ask themselves, is college right for me? Some students and families are concerned about student loans, acquiring scholarships, traditional methods of education and career in-roads. It's important to know there are a lot of other ways to get into your career of choice and to create multiple streams of income using yo…
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There were great civilizations that flourished in Africa before the 1500s. Some of those civilizations were Kush, Mali, and Great Zimbabwe. Long before European expeditions Africans participated in international trading networks and in trans-oceanic travel. It is well documented that they had trading relations with India, China and other parts of A…
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Some of the biggest contributors to sculptural art is from African Sculpture artist. Their expertise dates back thousands of years ago. Some of the oldest sculptures have been found in Egypt. In this episode Miriam gives us an update on her life with her four children. Today’s proverb is: Unity is strength, division is weakness. – Swahili Grown Fol…
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To learn more about early African teachings with children visit Coolaboo.com. Today's African Proverb “Rain does not fall on one roof alone.” this proverb is from Cameroon. Word of the Episode Sango nini means what's new in Lingala. Grown Folks For our season four opener, Elle is giving us a peek into her life. Her girls have been homeschooled all …
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Highlights From the Show Want to be a guest on an upcoming show? Here's how: After this form is complete we will send you an interview link if your request is approved. Here's how your kids can be a guest on CleverlyCultured Kids: After this Interview form for kids is complete we will send you an interview link if your request is approved. Leave us…
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You're listening to the Cleverly Changing Podcast. Episode 65. Our guest for this episode is social worker turned travel blogger and now she is a newly published author too. Let's welcome Tiffany Heard to the Cleverly Changing Podcast. If you or your children dream of writing and publishing a book, then this is an episode that will inspire you. Ple…
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Our guest today is Patrina Dixon. Patrina's story is important because many of the lessons we learn about money are not from school they are from the habits of our parents and guardians. Homeschooling isn't just about the regular electives and academic courses, it's also about teaching our children life skills so they will have positive behaviors. …
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Our guest today is Brad Butler II. His story brings a new perspective to the Cleverly Changing Podcast because he spoke about growing up in a home where his parents and grandmother were functioning addicts. We believe that all people have the ability to rise from adversity to listen to Brad tell us about his journey from special ed to becoming a Me…
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A terrifying conversation about Father's and the lack thereof. Grae Wülf explores the effects of the absence of the father and h its reflection on the Youth of America and their transition into adulthood. He sheds light on the distrust in men that is commonly shared amongst women stemming from childhood development and its effects on both male and …
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Our guest today is Dr. Monique Gadson. This episode is for moms and dads who homeschool and still want to grow their career and fuel their passions while they are educating their children. Dr. Monique Gadson, is the host of the And The Church Said... Podcast . She homeschooled her daughters while working as a Licensed Professional Counselor with ov…
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This episode is for moms and dads who homeschool and still want to grow their career and fuel their passions while they are educating their children. Our guest and interviewee is Jacquelyn Clemmons, a birth and traditional postpartum doula, certified breastfeeding specialist, author, and mother of three. She has spent the past 20 years helping fami…
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In this episode we also want single parents and all parents to be encouraged that you can be the boss that desire to become in your business, home, and life. Take a listen and be inspired. This month is Entrepreneurs Do It Yourself Marketing Month and we know that if you're in business for yourself you need to market yourself, products, and service…
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May is Mental health awareness month and there is no better month to share Avantika Dixit's story and expertise. Whether we homeschool, remote school, or send our children to school we need to be mindful of the mental health challenges that our children may experience, especially during this pandemic. Avantika is a Clinical Psychologist and she sha…
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During the pandemic many parents across the world are learning how to adjust with their children being at home. Some are remote schooling and others have embraced homeschooling. Our guest, Patrick Quinn, was a former special education teacher. He joined us on the podcast to give us some home education tips and talk about some resources that we all …
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