I have given this a lot of consideration. In fact, it has been on my mind for a couple of years now.
As you all know I am a firm advocate for homeschooling but I am especially passionate about it when it comes to education within the black community. As a mother, I know that this can be a huge step and for that reason, there is a lot of hesitation and fear in making that shift.
I had it set on my heart on being sure you have all the resources and knowledge you need in moving forward in your homeschool adventures with confidence.
Being a business owner, wife, and mother of 10 trust me when I tell you that I get it. You think of lesson plans and setups, curriculum and whether or not they are on the right path. These are all natural worries you have as a parent anyhow, so I assure you, just trust yourself.
In the coming weeks, I will create a podcast and platform filled with tips and tricks to help you homeschool your children without hassle, headache, or even having to quit your job. In addition, I will keep you updated on the over two hundred companies I know who are looking to hire representatives from home. So if you have young ones, you’ll have no worries of daycare. In the near future, I am hoping to collaborate with programs that will assist in socializing and additional educational platforms where you can “take a break” from teaching every now and again such as TechMo here in South Carolina which is a science and technology program for our children.
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