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Where Is The Freebie

I will always be honest with you on this blog and simply tell you the truth...I'm still working on the freebie.

My sincere apologies for the delay and I hope that you will forgive me as I promise, it will be well worth the wait.

I'm a bit of a perfectionist(that's what has been causing the delay), and before you say it, I know that no such thing exists.

Perfectionism is simply a state of MIND

So now that I've got that out of the way, I hope that you are keeping healthy and strong.

I would like to leave you with this mantra:

It is your right not to allow anyone else take away your safety and sanity. 

Have a fantastic day and be safe. 

Oh, in case you aren't aware, I also have a blog where I teach money literacy and share my story of how problems with finances was a contributing factor to the violence I suffered in my relationship.



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