Girlfriends Chat with Angela Jordan Perry

Girlfriends Chat with Angela Jordan Perry

By GG2H-Angela J. Perry
Welcome to Girlfriends Chat with Angela Jordan Perry part of Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling providing a platform for voices of melinated and marginalized homeschooling community. Their success, challenges, triumphs, journey, their story and special niche. Connecting and building a village for the African homeschooling DIASPORA.

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S2: E13 Melissa Perkins, CEO/Founder of Blue Star Virtual Learning (BSVL) Helping parents to be empowered homeschooling professionals
Starting with one Master Student and an outstanding homeschool mom, CEO and Founder, Melissa Perkins, used her more than 20 years of experience to pioneer and birth Blue Star Virtual Learning (BSVL). She creates an experience that celebrates the essential beauty of learning and accelerates young learners to self-mastery. Melissa is a licensed educator and holds a Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction. She attended Meredith College where she was awarded the distinguished NC Teaching Fellows Full Scholarship. After serving as a licensed teacher in large school districts including Fairfax County in the DC metro area, she pursued education leadership opportunities in China leading language schools and training teachers in both Beijing and Shanghai. Upon returning to the United States, she had the opportunity to serve as an adjunct professor for international students at Virginia Tech Language and Culture Institute at the Fairfax Virginia campus. In spite of her busy schedule, Melissa actively facilitates Master Student activities because it fuels her passion and devotion to delivering quality education for all children everywhere. You can reach her directly at melissa@bluestarvl.com. Learn more at: https://www.bluestarvl.com Email: melissa@bluestarvl.com Phone: 984-200-0069 https://www.bluestarvl.com/post/there-s-a-place-for-us
50:32
January 23, 2020
S2: E12 Dispelling the idea of separating daily life/living with your child and homeschool. All parents homeschooling with LaTisha Lee
To see LaTisha Lee's short interview teaser go to Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry on YouTube  https://youtu.be/VO7KyDt7CGA  or on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/GirlfriendsGuidetoHomeschooling/ S2: E12 Dispelling the idea of separating daily life/living with your child and homeschool. All parents homeschooling with LaTisha Lee Latisha shares how parents automatically began 'homeschooling' their children when they are young and are able to began learning. Dispelling this myth, she details that parents do not need to put a 'divide' in their natural tendencies as parents to educate their own children and beginning an 'official' journey of homeschooling. Additionally, Latisha bring insights to the tools and techniques she used to encourage her children to be self-lead learners. Taking their education into their own hands, steering the wheel towards their interests while successfully homeschooling. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Latisha Lee, Freelance Writer, Speaker, Educator, Student, Early Education, and ESL Tutor. Lover of words, music, and plant-based food and juices. Publisher/Executive Editor at breath of God magazine, the voice of the Inhale Moment on WNUR-FM Chicago, and friendly owner and mixologist of Joy's Juices. Currently, she is pursuing her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications at Southern New Hampshire University. She's an 18-year home educator and homeschool consultant. She gladly serves at New Hope Baptist Church in Fayetteville, GA, and is a lifelong volunteer. Latisha spends her free time working out in the gym, dancing, listening to music and spending time with her "Three Bees" ( her children): Darryle (20), Jacob (16), and Jalyn Faith (15). Weekly Short interview teasers on YouTube and a Podcast release: Thursdays 2 p.m. EST
37:17
December 12, 2019
S 2: E 11 Stop focusing on proving your ability to home educate your children to others and just educate them with Shamay Oware
To see Shamay Oware's short interview teaser go to Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry on YouTube https://youtu.be/sqG784Xah-U  or on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/GirlfriendsGuidetoHomeschooling/ S2: E11 on Girlfriends Chat: Stop focusing on proving your ability to home educate your children to others and just educate them. Shamay shares how she was focusing so hard in her homeschooling to prove to others that her children were indeed educated and learning in their homeschooling to the point it was become more of a burden in homeschooling then a joy. You know how people do. As soon as they find out your child is homeschooled they grill them with a dozen questions to see 'just how much they know.' In this podcast Shamay relays the way she moved past the feelings and the actions of having to prove herself to others to the place of freedom and enjoyment of her personal homeschooling journey. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Shamay Oware is a homeschooling mother of three, wife and entrepreneur. She’s the founder of the grassroots nonprofit organization Akoma Cares and the creator of the support group Akoma Homeschoolers of the Carolinas. Her sense of community is reflected in her current profession as a community resource and information specialist. She’s currently pursuing her BA of Arts and is an avid supporter of self-care and a fitness enthusiast. Weekly Short interview teasers on YouTube and a Podcast release: Thursdays 2 p.m. EST
42:47
December 5, 2019
S2: E10 on Girlfriends Chat: Understanding the importance of ensuring your children see other children that looks like them in homeschooling with Amber Johnston
To see Amber Johnston's interview teaser go to Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry on YouTube  https://youtu.be/D4nE181Du7Q or on Facebook  S2: E10 on Girlfriends Chat: Understanding the importance of ensuring your children see other children that looks like them in homeschooling with Amber Johnston.  Amber shares how her daughter's love of herself and the 'beautiful brown skin' she lives in was being crushed due to not seeing others who looked like her. How the lack of black/brown community was the catalyst to starting her local support group. And the importance of getting rid of 'worry' in your homeschooling journey. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Amber Johnston, A product of public education and daughter of two public school principals, Amber Johnston never expected to fall head over heels in love with homeschooling. Now a mother of four, Amber champions home education, in general, and especially among black families. While closely aligning her curriculum to the principles of Charlotte Mason, she likes to say that in her home, “Charlotte Mason wears and afro" as she is committed to showering her children with affirming literature that celebrates all facets of their culture. Amber originally planned to take homeschooling a year at a time, but she is now fully entrenched and can’t imagine her family doing life any differently. A large part of her family's home educating experience is involvement in a local support group Amber started in 2016 to build community among black homeschoolers in her area. When she's not busy running the group, she focuses on her home-based business, CafePhysique.com, while planning periodic worldschooling adventures around the world. In her spare time, Amber enjoys walking in the woods, reading books, writing at HeritageMom.com, and catching up with friends - both old and new. ******** Weekly Interviews and Podcast release: Thursdays 2 p.m. EST
49:26
November 28, 2019
S 2: E 9 on Girlfriends Chat: Founder of the 5 'E' Methodology of Homeschooling who encourages the 'Wild and Free' approach to homeschooling, Danii Oliver
To see the Girlfriends Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry teaser with Danii Oliver go to the YouTube channel https://youtu.be/500pKSkg90A S 2: E 9 on Girlfriends Chat: Founder of the 5 'E' Methodology of Homeschooling who encourages the 'Wild and Free' approach to homeschooling, Danii Oliver About Danii: Danii Oliver by trade manufacturers whole food based beverages having founded several brands including Island to Island Brewery, House of Juice and Brooklyn Jun Brew. Formally, Danii applied her Creative Technology skills in the digital spaces of the advertising and marketing industry. Danii now applies her skills to her businesses and the education of her family and customers constantly learning and growing to remain independent in a world that has become restricted by limited archetypes to live by. Who Danii Oliver is, seems to expand every year. Fine artist, designer, developer, business woman, juice bar owner, craft beer brewery owner, Texas transplanted wife and mother of three, 2 human kids and 1 umbrella beverage manufacturing company and soon a farmer. Danii defines herself by her work, productivity and her accomplishments. As an Arawak Indigenous American, Danii was raised in the spirit of perfection and judged by every single move she made to protect her from box society setup for melanated women. Being raised by a family that demanded perfection, Danii had no second thoughts to her PLAN A’s, ignorant that she’d be pioneering her way through emerging & male dominated industries of manufacturing technology and craft beer. It was no surprise to Danii's family that after deciding to have a child, she would willfully break every status quo to pioneer her own version of the lifelong parenting experience. Coming from the natural juicing lifestyle, Danii chose the natural birth path, home birthing her first with a team; the second alone while traveling 2,400 miles to a new home. Being deeply embedded in the evidence based culture of natural birth Danii naturally migrated toward the unschool home education and homesteading lifestyle. "I want my children to grow up with the same stories of adventure; a connection to the land, like my parents and ancestors grew up with back home in the Caribbean." However, the power of "colonial survival teachings” prevalent in many Central American Caribbean homes and the pull of Danii's entrepreneurial life made a cookie cutter homeschool experience impossible. Danii needed no materials, she made her own based on a “5Es Methodology” she developed. Danii pushed her daughter toward perfection and advancement to avoid negative judgment and being arrested for negligence while living in New York City. Moving to the countryside of Texas and feeling rejected by SDE communities, Danii quickly realized her colonial perfectionism was stifling her children. Danii and her spouse are now on the deschooling journey to parent “without the belt” giving themselves space for self care they define as attention to their nature - not spa days - and still unschool with purpose … some days. Danii hopes to debut her “5E Methodology” in 2020 as she continues to navigate the world as a businesswoman raising free people. “My education was a PRISON! I was punished as part of the collective. I had no space for thought for reflection. This lead to depression and thoughts of suicide, which weren’t recognized in West Indian Culture in the 20th century. When I was able to educate myself, I found the agency for expression, research and reflection. I found peace in studying books that were NOT assignments attached to a grade, holding my future hostage. This sense of self - I have only scratched the surface of in my 30’s - is what I want my children to grow up with, rather than push them toward the status quo.” ******** Weekly Interviews and Podcast release: Thursdays 2 p.m. EST
51:19
November 21, 2019
S 2: E 8: Activation of Power and Abundance As We Stand On the Shoulders of Our Ancestors while Home Educating Our Children, Queen Taese
S 2: E 8 on Girlfriends Chat: Activation of Power and Abundance As We Stand On the Shoulders of Our Ancestors while Home Educating Our Children, Queen Taese To see the Girlfriends Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry teaser with Queen Taese go to the YouTube channel at https://youtu.be/AX0f4v7Wf4I Queen Taese is a Black homeschool & education visionary who has been noted for her works of being an award-winning educator and successful homeschool mother for 20+ years. She has taught and learned from thousands of children, as well as designed Afrikan-centered curricula, critical educational tools, resources, children’s events, and conferences globally. To name a few, some of those entities are Roots to Fruits Homeschool & Cultural Collective, The Children’s Afrikan Ball, The Children of The Sun Fun Fest, The Watoto Kwanzaa Jamboree, and her signature gathering, The Liberated Minds Black Homeschool and Education Expo. In addition, Queen Taese, is the editor and a writer for the best-selling Liberated Minds Black homeschool & Education Magazine, which is the first of it’s kind. Since then, she has founded the Liberated Minds Black Homeschool & Educational Institute, which is an educational empire forging a new reality for the wholistic cultivation of children throughout the Afrikan diaspora. Its tri-fold mission consists of the cultural development of Black children as scholars, leaders, passionpreneurs, and innovators that serve the Black community; empowerment of the Black family, and the creation and maintenance of the intergenerational wealth that is needed to shape a future full of prosperity, power, and legacy. The Liberated Minds Black Homeschool & Education Institute serves as a pillar that provides culturally relevant resources, trainings, and vast options of everyday support for those who have taken on the great responsibility of “Educating Our Own”. Queen Taese continues to create and provide support to culturally conscious community projects and endeavors aimed at Liberating the Minds of Afrikan families everywhere. She is currently traveling to share her story as a speaker, passion-preneur coach, and workshop facilitator offering information, inspiration, new perspectives, and indigenous tools and techniques, many of which have been proven to be effective for thousands of years. ************************************************************* Weekly Interviews: Thursdays 2 p.m. EST Podcast release: Tuesdays at 3 p.m. EST Join us live on Facebook page and YouTube on Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling Podcast at: Girlfriends Chat with Angela Jordan Perry on all podcast platforms, specifically Anchor.fm Blog/website: www.tumblr.com/GG2HwithAngelaJordanPerry
54:43
October 29, 2019
Girlfriends Chat: Season 2: Episode 7 with Nicole Antunes. Homeschooling a single child. Pros and Cons of doing so.
Girlfriends Chat: Season 2, Episode 7 with Nicole Antunes. Homeschooling a single child. Pros and Cons of doing so. Nicole J Antunes also known as the smiley face art teacher… After graduating high school she attending Savannah College of Art & Design. After graduating high school she attending Savannah College of Art & Design and later graduated from Kean University with a BA in Early Childhood Education. Her formal teaching experiences include working as a classroom teacher an art teacher and the owner/director of her own childcare center for a combined total of 25 years. She enjoyed every minute teaching her students and guiding them in their creative education. Nicole is also the proud wife of a supportive husband and mom to four awesome smiley face children. Her oldest son is soon to graduate from Clemson University with his degree in Electrical Engineering; her second oldest son attends York Technical College studying to be a Dental Hygienist and her almost 7-year-old daughter. She resides in the small town of Clover SC and currently enjoys homeschooling her youngest daughter and taking care of her 84-year-old live in father. You can check out some of her and her daughter’s homeschool adventures on her IG page Vannahevelynantunes ************************************************************* Weekly Interviews premiers:  Thursdays 2 p.m. EST Podcast release: Tuesdays at 3 p.m. EST View interview premiers on Facebook page and YouTube on Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling Podcast at: Girlfriends Chat with Angela Jordan Perry on all podcast platforms, specifically Anchor.fm Blog/website: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/gg2hwithangelajordanperry Connect also to Educating Our Own Now on Facebook Peace and blessings, Angela
11:43
October 8, 2019
Girlfriends Chat: Season 2: Episode 6 with Ellen Byron: Incorporating 'Black Business School For Children - Black Millionaires of Tomorrow' by Dr. Boyce Watkins into your homeschooling
Girlfriends Chat: Season 2: Episode 6:  Incorporating 'Black Business School For Children - Black Millionaires of Tomorrow' by Dr. Boyce Watkins into your homeschooling. Ellen shares how her children have become strong entreprenuerial minded in their way of thinking and being as they utilize Dr. Watkins online program into their homeschooling.  Learn more at www.TheBlackBusinessSchool.com and www.TheBlackBusinessSchool.com/courses/category/Children Ellen Byron  Is a Single mother of 2 children. A son that is 13 years old and a daughter that is 6 years old. She has been home schooling for the last 7 years and for the last 4 years she has assisted others in their home schooling journey by tutoring their children. She also started a homeschool group in her local area where they meet to do you field trips, game day (where they meet to play board games), PE, Art, geography fairs and science fairs.   For the last 17 years Ellen has worked in the health care field as an EMT on an ambulance. She still works full time 3 days a week 12 hr shifts. ************************************************************* Weekly Interviews premiers:  Thursdays 2 p.m. EST Podcast release: Tuesdays at 3 p.m. EST View interview premiers on Facebook page and YouTube on Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling Podcast at: Girlfriends Chat with Angela Jordan Perry on all podcast platforms, specifically Anchor.fm Blog/website: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/gg2hwithangelajordanperry Connect also to Educating Our Own Now on Facebook Peace and blessings, Angela
19:55
October 1, 2019
Girlfriends Chat: Season 2: Episode 5: Starting and operating a cultural homeschool co-op WITHOUT the drama
A former public educator turned Home School mom of six years, Alycia Wright  Alycia, is a licensed teacher and tutor whose post-secondary focus was in Special and Gifted education. Also, she has a post baccalaureate degree in Education Technology. As a result, she established Inspired Learning RVA where among other services she offers Transcripts, Assessments, and Notice of Intent offerings. In addition, Alycia runs a co-op centering children of color in Henrico County, Richmond, Virginia called Cultural Roots. She currently home educates three daughters and her oldest daughter (age 15) now attends a 4 year college, the Mary Baldwin PEG Program. ************************************************************* Weekly Interviews premiers:  Thursdays 2 p.m. EST Podcast release: Tuesdays at 3 p.m. EST View interview premiers on Facebook page and YouTube on Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling Podcast at: Girlfriends Chat with Angela Jordan Perry on all podcast platforms, specifically Anchor.fm Blog/website: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/gg2hwithangelajordanperry Connect also to Educating Our Own Now on Facebook Peace and blessings, Angela
21:18
September 24, 2019
Girlfriends Chat: Season 2: Episode 4: The real face of homeschooling vs. what people portray on social media (perfect homeschooling)
Depression and Anxiety while homeschooling triumphantly, author and homeschooling coach, NaConda Frank aka Super Mom Helps.   NaConda N. Frank has educated her children at home for about 8 years. While homeschooling, she was led on a journey of finding herself, which helped her begin the long task of conquering depression and anxiety.   Along her journey of self healing, NaConda found entrepreneurship as an outlet to let her light shine in a seemingly dark world.  She is the owner of Super Mom Helps, a homeschool & parent consulting business that helps you find sanity in the chaos of everyday life. Her business provides coaching services, motivational tips & resources, and inspirational literature & speaking.   NaConda is the author of Confessions of a Depressed Homeschool Mom (2019) and is now an Amazon best selling author of African American Homeschooling Mompreneurs (2019), an anthology written with eleven other women.   Although NaConda works part-time outside of the home along with educating her five children at home & expanding her business, she claims to be The Unofficial Super Mom because she makes her chaos look good!   You can visit her website www.supermomhelps.com and find her on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for more information.  *************************************************************   Weekly Interviews premiers:  Thursdays 2 p.m. EST   Podcast release: Tuesdays at 3 p.m. EST  View interview premiers on Facebook page and YouTube on Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling   Podcast at: Girlfriends Chat with Angela Jordan Perry on all podcast platforms, specifically Anchor.fm   Blog/website: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/gg2hwithangelajordanperry Connect also to Educating Our Own Now on Facebook Peace and blessings, Angela
19:53
September 17, 2019
Girlfriends Chat: Season 2: Episode 3: Teach the child how they NEED to be taught and not how you WANT to teach them.
View Shekinah McKinstry's full interview on YouTube on Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry as Shekinah shares nuggets, after nuggets with us. Search for Season 2: Episode 3 . After an unexpected turn of events last year, Shekinah McKinstry is grateful to now have the freedom to live in North Africa with her husband and three beautiful children.. while traveling, unschooling, and strengthening family ties.   The McKinstry tribe has adopted the Japanese philosophy of "manners before knowledge", which primarily focuses on installing respect, proper etiquette and developing character until fourth grade.  Shekinah turns every moment into a teaching moment and uses travel to encourage cultural awareness. Her goal is to gain international wisdom, increase compassion, and develop superior social etiquette in their children and herself.  She enjoys a nice glass of wine, creative writing, and is obsessed with the sound of complete silence. Go to YouTube - Girlfriends Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry to hear Shekinah's full interview. Season 2. Episode 3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSNVWoiOAto&feature=youtu.be Find me on Facebook at Girlfriends Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry https://www.facebook.com/GirlfriendsGuidetoHomeschooling And at https://www.tumblr.com/blog/gg2hwithangelajordanperry Questions or comments: GG2Homeschooling@gmail.com Peace and Blessings! Angela
16:56
August 29, 2019
Girlfriends Chat: Season 2: Episode 2 with Onyca Perry (my eldest daughter)
The benefits of homeschool parent's fearlessly encouraging students to be self-thinkers and who have self-autonomy over themselves.  And our personal life lessons as Mom and Daughter. Almost a year ago I released Episode 39, Real Talk with Angela Jordan Perry, where I shared a little of my journey regarding my eldest daughter. At the  time of the podcast release we were estranged from our eldest homeschool graduate daughter. She had declared 'self-autonomy' over herself and it was devastating to me and to our family. She basically set on a path that would last a few years. As a result lots of things of our family life had to be looked at under a microscope and readjusted. Now full circle my daughter and I are reconnected. Yay!!! I understand her journey. Accept her journey. And applaud her journey. She needed to discover who she was apart from all that we were teaching her regarding religion, sexuality, woman-hood........ just experience freedom on her terms. In other words, self-autonomy. My husband and I believe that we encourage free-thinking and exploration of knowledge. As a result our oldest, Onyca, dove in deep wanting to know so much that we didn't dare dive into teaching her during her homeschooling years. Nor would we have even answered questions that she would have had questions about. We just wasn't there in that level of 'freedom' ourselves. Today's Girlfriend's Chat hopefully will give some meat for YOU to chew on as you listen in on our phone chat.   As you know, parenting is a high order and great responsibility. We don't do it right always nor are our best efforts always received with love from our children. However, for our family we are on a continuous journey to a happy ending. Still homeschooling our remaining five children. But totally differently than we did our first three adult homeschool graduate children. Listen in. Go to YouTube - Girlfriends Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry to hear Onyca's full interview. Season 2. Episode 2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ak5iSV2wEww Find me on Facebook at Girlfriends Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry https://www.facebook.com/GirlfriendsGuidetoHomeschooling And at https://www.tumblr.com/blog/gg2hwithangelajordanperry Questions or comments: GG2Homeschooling@gmail.com Peace and Blessings! Angela
13:56
August 20, 2019
Girlfriends Real Talk 39: Dear Homeschooling Momma Letter #1
As I prepare for Season 2 of Girlfriends Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry I decided to start a short series. This series is titled, "Dearest Homeschooling Momma." These are letters. Letters to YOU where I share my jounrney- the good, the bad, the ugly and the raw of homeschooling. As well you'll find a mix of YOUR story also as I've spoken with many of you. My desire is that these letters encourage you on the journey. Be sure to share the podcast because you never know who just may need to hear one of these letters. With Love, Angela Jordan Perry, Host of Girlfriends Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry and Girlfriends Chat. Founder/Executive Director of Educating Our Own
20:37
September 5, 2018
Episode 38: with Traverro Harden Ali
Traverro Harden was my interviewee on Episode 105. You can view her interview on the fb page or on YouTube at Girlfriends Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry. Culturally focused and centric Homeschooling Mom of four of her five children . Newbie, just finished up their FIRST homeschooling year, but has a lot to offer in homeschooling wisdom, parents with special needs and homeschooling, raising entrepreneurs, and so much more. Because our Girlfriend Chats are 'true and real' phone call chats.....this chat has a few technical challenges. Here on Girlfriends Chat Traverro and I dig deeper as it relates to character building and character develop. Traverro shares that their focus is NOT solely on academic growth but character development. In their homeschool they train their children to know no lack but focuses on wealth building. That they have everything they need which goes beyond food, clothing and shelter while ensuring they have a world class experience -Angela
17:08
August 26, 2018
Girlfriends Chat Episode 37: with Alicia Lucas
Digging Deeper: Alicia Lucas shares that as we homeschool we should always have a homeschooling plan but write it in pencil so that you can erase and start over. Alicia is a homeschooling Mom of five children from New Jersey. You can find her complete interview, Episode 101 on Girlfriends Guide to Homeschooling on Facebook and YouTube. Alicia and her family are a BIPOC, LGBTQ, Unschooling, Self-Directed homeschooling family. Thanks for joining in. -Angela Jordan Perry ((hearts)) *host of Girlfriends Guide to Homeschooling and Girlfriends Chat *Executive Director/Founder of Educating Our Own www.EduOurOwn.com
11:14
August 17, 2018
Girfriends Chat Episode 36: with Katina Davenport
Girfriends Chat Episode 36: with Katina Davenport Digging Deeper: Katina shares the importance of setting boundaries in your homeschooling schedule. Teaching family, friends, yourself and others how to guard sacredly your homeschooling time. Katina Davenport is a homeschooling Mom of 3 beautiful children for 7 years. In Episode 99 of Girlfriends Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry Katina shares some insightful nuggets. Thanks for joining in. -Angela Jordan Perry, hots
10:06
August 14, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 35: with Malkah Yisrael
Malkah Yisrael, interviewee on Episode 66 of Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry. Malkah Yisrael aka Verlyn Tarlton is the author of the amazing book series, 'Swift Walker.' (You must check it out and get your children hooked on these amazing books.) Malkah and I jump into 'digging deeper' portion of Girlfriends Chat: Malkah has a passion for passing on to children the idea of dreaming big and helping them develop their purpose. This passionate homeschooling Mom loves helping children see that nothing is impossible. Dream Big. Go after it. Serve Others. See the 'Bigness of the World.'
08:47
August 9, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 34: with Dawn Covin
This beautiful Queen, Dawn Covin, was interviewed on Girlfriends Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry on Episode 94. (Go hit the replay on that one. Find it on FB or on YouTube or on Tumblr). Dawn is a business owner and homeschooling Mom of 4 daughters residing in Washington, DC. In this Girlfriends Chat, Dawn 'digs deeper' on the subject of "Academics not being the #1 priority of homeschooling. There are so many other things that are." Dawn shares how to make the mindset shift that many of us have that the end goal of homeschooling is great achievement in academia and onward to college. Connect with Dawn on www.momEmatch.com -Angela Jordan Perry, Girlfriends Chat podcast host *'Like' Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry on fb *Subscribe to Girlfriends Guide to Homeschooling on YouTube *'Like' Educating Our Own Now on FB *'Subscribe' to Eudcating Our Own on YouTube *and get connected with Educating Our Own at www.EduOurOwn.com
09:10
August 2, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 33: with Susan Seay
Susan Seay was interviewed on Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry, Episode 88. On Girlfriends Chat, we dig in deeper on one little statement that Susan mentioned in the interview: Allow kids to learn how to just be children. Susan has a highly engaging podcast - 'Mentor 4 Moms,' author of 'The Intentional Parent: Parenting On Purpose When Life Gets Busy.' Additionally she is a wife and homeschooling mom of seven children. You can find out more about Susan's work and stay connected by visiting SusanSeay.com -Angela Jordan Perry, Girlfriends Chat podcast host *'Like' Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry on fb *Subscribe to Girlfriends Guide to Homeschooling on YouTube *'Like' Educating Our Own Now on FB *'Subscribe' to Eudcating Our Own on YouTube *and get connected with Educating Our Own at www.EduOurOwn.com
11:11
July 27, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 32: with Kristine Waters
Kristine Rivers from Pennsylvania, homeschooling Mom of 4 years, dives in deeper with me on 'the why of having family quarterly homeschooling meetings.' She shares the benefits, how it looks and the why they have these meetings. AND if they are truly beneficial. Kristine Waters' complete interview can be found on Episode 90 of Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry on FB and on YouTube. Kristine's interview was jammed packed with lots of great information and helpful nuggest you will want to hear. Go check out her interview. Towards the end of the podcast I believe the recording lapsed over. It 'appears' that I keep talking over Kristine....but I really didn't do that Ha! Enjoy. -Angela Jordan Perry, GG2H
13:31
July 27, 2018
Girlfriend Real Talk 31 - My fear in home education
Girlfriend Real Talk: What I've learned about fear and educating my own children my children? ****************************************************** Angela Jordan Perry Homeschooling Mom of 8 children, wife of 26 years and self sustaining farmers in SC. Host of Girlfriends’ Guide to Homeschooling and Girlfriends Chat with Angela Jordan Perry podcast, Founder/Executive Director of Educating Our Own, owner/director/administrator of United Community of Homeschoolers Unlimited.
12:50
July 19, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 30: Behind the scenes with Angela Jordan Perry
This week's 'Behind the Scenes with Angela Jordan Perry' for Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling and Girlfriends Chat I share: *new 'stuff' coming to GG2H and GC, WootWoot! *how this past week of interviews/podcasts went *what's coming up for the next week of interviews *Bill Pickett's Rodeo....first and only black rodeo organization full of black men and women *Speaking Opportunities. To start speaking/not to start speaking engagements *getting organized and what that looks like Peace, Angela
16:59
July 14, 2018
Episode 26: Girlfriends Real Talk- My top 5 reasons you should homeschool your children?
Girlfriends Real Talk: My top 5 reasons you should homeschool your children? My top FIVE reasons you should consider homeschooling your child(ren). All five reasons have to do with FREEDOM!!!! As a homeschooling Mom of eight children (three have graduated from homeschooling), 18 years of doing so, there has been nothing more affirming of my decision to homeschool my beautiful children then FREEDOM! As each year morph into the next homeschooling year more freedoms emerge and the blessing of homeschooling becomes even more ‘sweetah’. 1. TIME Freedom! 2. EDUCATIONAL Freedom! 3. ‘NO-LABELS’ Freedom! 4. ‘MAKE-MEMORIES’ Freedom! 5. ‘JUST BE YOU!’ – Freedom!
11:18
July 14, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 29: with Tara Omotosho
Tara Omotosho of Maryland is the homeschooling Mom of four boys all under the age of 11. I had the priviledge of sitting down and interviewing Tara on my show, Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry, Episode 87. You can find it on YouTube, facebook and on the tumblr website for the show. On today's podcast, Girlfriends Chat, we dig deeper around the subject of Tara homeschooling a very very challenging son, how she deals with it daily, her convictions to stay in the 'game' of homeschooling inspite of her challenges, and what she has learned as a result of her challenge with her son. Tara deflates the 'glamor' of homeschooling while giving a hopeful and expectant end whenever she calls each of her sons by name.
18:51
July 12, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 28: with Angela Malakah Phillips
Angela Philips was my interviewee on Girlfriends Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry Episode 78. She is a homeschooling Mom of three years from Pennsylvania homeschooling three children. However, she has six children. (Shhhh....she started all over again.) Angela's oldest is 32 years old while her youngest is seven years old. :) We dig deeper on a specific point Angela made in her interview: I didn't want to quite homeschooling but wanted to quit on them.
10:46
July 11, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 27: with Verleatha Byrd
Verleatha Byrd was my interviewee on Episode 87 on Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry. She is a pastors wife, speaker, podcast host of 4TheByrds, and homeschooling Mom from North Carolina. We Dig Deeper as she mentioned 'nature vs. nuture' as it relates to homeschooling and the importance of knowing yourself before starting homeschooling. Verleatha breaks these down and shares what she means in details.
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July 11, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 25: with Karen Ricks
Digging Deeper: Karen Ricks was my interviewee on Episode 84 on Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschool with Angela Jordan Perry. This worldschooling Mom currently living in Albania is an inspiration and a trailblazer for many who desire to become a world schooler. Karen, her husband and 7-1/2 year old son (as of this recording) has lived in Mexico, Italy, Japan for 10 years, New Zealand, Australia and now Albania. (I'm sure I've missed a few locations.) We dig deeper regarding her advice to the African Diasporic homeschooling community that she shared during her interview on GG2H. "Start before you are ready. Never a perfect time to get started. Start sooner. Start Now." Karen and I chatted around what did her advice look like for her and her family and why the sound of urgency.
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June 28, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 24: with Sharica McGee
Digging Deeper: Sharica McGee was my interviewee on Episode 45. She's a homeschooling Mom and entrepreneur of two sons in Jacksonville, Florida. In her interview she mentions a VERY interesting book titled, "Lies My Teacher Told Me" by James Lohen. She shares how this one book shapped her homeschooling and focus of study she'd have while homeschooling her son. As a result I really wanted her to share more about this book, why she felt we should have it in our library and what she walked away with. Join in and listen to her expound about the perpetuating lies of history that are told in the public school system and in our society at large.
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June 20, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 22: with Anita Gibson
Digging Deeper: On this Girlfriends Chat Anita digs deeper to help us 'develop the gift that is within our child that irritates us.' Omgeee!! Anita breaks this down into five points. Quick. Profound. Encouraging. You'll want to have a notepad and pen close by to jot down some notes in this 9 min phone chat/podcast with Anita. -Angela ((heart))
09:48
June 20, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 19: with Jaunae Gardner
Digging Deeper: During Episode 70 on Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling Jaunae shared how during homeschooling she saw her son 'fall in love with himself.' (What romantic words about one on self.) Jaunae shared exactly what that looked like and how to help foster that 'love of ones self' in our melanated children
12:19
June 20, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 23: with Trina Ferguson
Digging Deeper: Trina Ferugson was a guest interviewee on Episode 42. On this Girlfriends Chat we discussed her son and her relationship causing Trina to consider quitting homeschooling during his 7th grade homeschooling year. However, during his 8th grade year Trina shared how he experienced a HUGE transition that made homeschooling him this past year the best year ever. You will want to hear her story!
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June 8, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 21: with Alana Higginbotham
Digging Deeper: Alana was on Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling episode 73. During todays Girlfriends Chat podcast she and I discussed a point she brought up during the actual interview, ' 'don't allow circumstances to direct your steps in your homeschooling journey.' Since Alana and I are 'such talkers' we let you in on our open and casual conversation as we catch up with one another. You will want to have a notepad and pen because Alana came ready to 'drop some nuggets step by step.' Join in as two Girlfriends just chat.
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May 31, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 20: Maria Gonzalez
Digging Deeper: Maria Gonzalez appeared LIVE on Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling on episode 11. During her interview she shared some profound thoughts. In Girlfriends Chat we spoke on a few of those topics in detail. Maria shared how she raise her girls with the mindset 'whatever you have to do you must win at it.' Yet she shares how she balances that thought process with having a 'super laid back' schooling atmosphere where her girls takes the lead in their schooling day. This Afro-Dominican Mom is wise beyond her years. Listen up to all she has to share today on Girlfriends Chat!!
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May 30, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 18: with Sunny Brown
Digging Deeper: Sunny shares her thoughts on how to help her children (our children) become independent thinkers. Her wisdom is prodound and is a 'MUST HEAR.' Mom of 6 children, full-time worker, active in ministry, in the North Carolina homeschooling community.
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May 25, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 17: with Trinda Mushambi
Digging Deeper: Trinda has TWO gifted and talented children. When you hear where they are in their math level at such a young age you will be floored. Trinda shares how listening to her children and allow them lead the way to 'quenching their own thirst' to satisfy their drive for knowledge and learning.
09:50
May 24, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 16: with Tameka Pettway
Digging Deeper: Tameka is a single homeschooling mom of a child that has tested as gifted and talented with an IQ of 144. He is high functioning autistic yet strong academically. Tameka shares insights on how to challenged our gifted and talented children. Her suggestions for resources to incorporate in their studies as well as things we should avoid.
12:34
May 23, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 15: with Bethany Deem
Digging Deeper: During my Girlfriends' guide to Homeschooling interview with Bethany she mentioned 'being present in homeschooling and holding it tenaciously.' In this Girlfriends Chat Bethany expounds more upon what it looks like to 'be present' in homeschooling. Her challenges of doing so and what perameters she has put in place to ensure she 'holds on to it tenaciously.'
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May 23, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 14: with Dr. Sheva Quinn
Digging Deeper: Dr. Sheva Quinn is raising two moguls and the importance of raising children business minded. Dr. Quinn dig in deeper sharing with us the 'how-tos' of getting our melinated children started in their own business.
11:31
May 17, 2018
Episode 11: Behind the Scenes + Book Recommendation
Episode 10: Behind the scenes on Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry This was a great week of interviews, share the books I'm currently reading, things I've learned personally and how my family is doing. Resources: The Ultimate Secrets to Total Self-Confidence by Robert N. Anthony Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie The Greatest Salesman in the World by Og Mandino
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May 17, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 13: with Cathy Jager
Digging Deeper: Cathy expounds on her personal quote 'be like water' in your homeschooling and in life. Cathy expounds like being like water is necessary for each individual child, their schooling, teaching them about themselves nad in being a mother/wife/person.
39:45
May 16, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 12: with Regina Coley
Digging Deeper: Regina shares more in depth on a point she made in our interview regarding flexibility and freedom being key to homeschooling.
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May 10, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 11: With Tanaja (Shay) Perry
Digging Deeper: This homeschool mom of two from Girlfriends Guide to Homeschooling Episode 10, has dove completely into health and wellness. Shay and I dig deeper into self-care, health priorities and staying the course while homeschooling and what's her drive behind it.
09:19
May 9, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 10: With Chenoa Alamu
Digging Deeper: In my initial interview Chenoa mentioned that if a parent had public school kids but now are homeschooling the first thing they must do is renew their mind and find their own unique homeschool experience.
11:47
May 8, 2018
Girlfrinds Chat 4: with Michalet Morenike
Digging Deeper: Michalet is a homeschooling Mom with lots of insights and wisdom. Listen to our conversation around: How did you get into 'bioethics'? How your journey into healthy living?
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May 7, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 9 Part 1: With Christina Garrett
What exactly is 'Running A Momathon?' Christina Garrett Interviewee from Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling Episode 15.
06:49
May 7, 2018
Girlfriend Chat 9- part 2: With Christina Garrett
What exactly is 'Running A Momathon?' Christian Garrett Interviewee from Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling Episode 15
03:00
May 7, 2018
Girlfriend Chat 8: With Leona Adkins
What was your homeschooling transition like from NC to TX? How has the adjustment and balance of the 'busyness' of extra curricular activities panned out for your family?
12:56
March 21, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 7: With Lyndia Ingram
What is your homeschooling philosophy as it relates to college and homeschooling? Has it changed or evolving since you began your homeschooling journey?
14:25
March 16, 2018
Girlfriends Chat 6: With Tramaine Bullock
How is the journey of homeschooling going with a 4 month old and three boys? What adjustments have you had to make in order to homeschool successfully?
11:13
March 12, 2018
Girlfriend Chat 5: with Homeschool Mom Hicunni Chandler
One of my most ambitious entrepreneur homeschool Moms I know, how do you grow your business and homeschool your kids? What made you such an ambitious homeschooling Mom?
12:37
March 11, 2018
Girlfriend Chat 4.5: with Yalonda Harris
How did you decide to start travel homeschooling in a renovated school bus with your husband and two children?
17:56
March 6, 2018
E6: Behind the Scenes with Angela Jordan Perry - 1.28.18
www.GG2HwithAngelaJordanPerry.tumblr.com Episode 6: Behind the scenes with Girlfriends Guide to Homeschooling Recap on this past week's interviews, my week personally, what I'm currently reading and exciting plans for next week and where we are headed at GG2H. Angela Jordan Perry, the host of Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling, desires to bring value to the homeschooling community and make a positive impact on 1000's of homeschoolers are those interested in homeschooling world wide. Angela is the wife of one, Mom to 8 and ma'dam farmer. She has homeschooled for 18 years as of this video. Has graduated three children from homeschool. Her oldest became a violin teacher and entrepreneur, son entered military and now works a traditional job, third child graduated at 16 yrs old and went on to major in violin performance in Mississippi. Angela plans to homeschool all of her children through to graduation. ******************************************************* Join us for live on Fac
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March 6, 2018
Girlfriend Chat 3: With Homeschooling Mom Teisha Houston
How do you and how have you raised children to become entrepreneurs?
17:15
March 6, 2018
Girlfriend Chat 2: With homeachool Mom Tammie Polk
How did you author and publish 17 books in 2-1/2 years while homeschooling? Omgeee!!
17:57
March 6, 2018
Girlfriend Chat 1: With Homeschool Mom Angel Batson
How do you manage homeschooling along with all your children's extra curricular activities?
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March 6, 2018
3-2-1 Girlfriends' Guide Guide to Homeschooling with Angela Jordan Perry
Here's the start: Girlfriends' Guide to Homeschooling (GG2H) with Angela Jordan Perry provides a platform for voices of the melinated and marginalized homeschooling community. Connecting and building a village for the African homeschooling diaspora. #WeHomeschoolToo #GG2H #GirlfriendsGuideToHomeschooling Live Live Weekly interviews Mondays at 11 a.m. EST, Wednesdays 6 p.m. EST and Fridays 2 p.m. EST. On www.facebook.com/GirlfriendsGuidetoHomeschooling Find GG2H on YouTube at Girlfriends Guide to Homeschooling Instagram: UCHUnlimited/GG2H
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March 6, 2018