Hello and how are you doing today? What's the weather been like in your neck of the woods? I think we can confidently say that summer has finally made way for autumn here in the UK!!! It's sunny, then rainy and then it decides to be windy.
It's been such a while since I posted a blog and so here it is. I want to share one of the bizarre things that became an issue when I was at the height of the domestic violence.
The sound the ticking clock on my bedroom became a source of comfort for me. It seemed like the only constant in life....other than my two beautiful daughters.
Just listening to the ticking of the wall clock meant that I knew there was some hope. Bizarrely, as soon as I decided to clear out my home, the first thing to go in the dustbin was that clock.
I needed to be free in all angles and free indeed I am.
I hope you enjoyed this short post. Check out other post here
Hello my lovely reader. How have you been? How was the Easter season and break for you? That's if you do celebrate the season though.
In this video, I am sharing my views and observations of what I have seen happen - or what isn't happening in not only the church, but many a group gatherings.
I won't say too much as the video says it all. One thing that I would like to say is that if you would like for me to come into your place of gathering(church or otherwise) to give a talk on money literacy, I welcome you to complete this public speaking engagement booking form.
Hello my wonderful readers. How has life been treating you lately? I want assume that all has been ticking over as best as can be expected.
I've just written a post on my other website called Sawyerrs' House Money Lifestyle where I usually have a general discussion about all things money.
I realised that the post that I just wrote should really have been for you as it is more geared towards your needs. The post is about a book I just released on 3rd April 2017. The book is titled, Money: The Root "Curse" of Domestic Violence.
Hello ladies and welcome back. I hope you have been enjoying the post so far. As a woman who has experienced domestic violence due to money problems being a contributing factor, I fully understand the difficulties that you may be experiencing.
Hello there and how are you doing today? I hope quite well.
It seems that the older I have got, the more thinking I do. I wonder why? Did i never think when I was younger? Perhaps having more responsibilities in life force us to think a lot more. I don't know. Do you feel the same way?
Anyway,let's get on with todays' topic. So, whilst in my deepest thought, I took stock of the obstacles that I have had in life - and we have all had obstacles at one point or another.
Hello ladies, it's been such a while. Can I please ask you a few questions.
Does the title of this post ring mean anything to you? Have you ever been in a position like this before? Does the thought make you cringe? Ever felt like throwing the gift out the window? Hush...meaning be patient.
I want to address 1 very pressing question which may weigh heavily upon your heart just before Valentines Day.
Should you accept a gift from him(your aggressor) on Valentines Day even though you hate the idea of it? This is my straightforward answer. Yes. Why?
Your aggressor may be that man who wants to feel like every other 'normal' man out there. He wants to feel that he is being loving towards his spouse despite all the aggression that goes on behind closed doors.
You and I know that if you refuse his gift, this could be a recipe for disaster. Another situation where he has ammunition to lash out may be the resulting outcome. You know he'll find another reason to look for a reason to …
Hello peeps. I hope that you have been keeping well.
I would like to share with you details of my upcoming book called Money: The Root "Curse" of Domestic Violence. The book is due to be released on 3rd April 2017. You are cordially invited to pre-order your copy using either of these links. Please click here my US family and for my UK family
All I can say is that the feedback received about just the description and title of the book in the space of a few days has been super awesome. As the author of the book, I can tell you that you will not be disappointed once you pick up your copy. Thank you for your continued support. Deborah
So we are at the beginning of another promising year - and here I am sitting alone, wondering what lies ahead.
One thing I know for certain is that I am determined to do well in all areas of my life - and I wish my readers the very same.
Apart from my sheer obstinance in areas which I dare to mention, I am so determined NOT to procrastinate. If memory serves me well, minimising procrastination was one of my goals for 2015. I hope that my mentor(she knows who she is) will agree with me that I've done really well in this aspect of my life.
I have some way to go yet, so let's see how things go, but remember, I am DETERMINED.
Why not join me in the journey of determination.
Let me know in the comment box below what you'd like to do away with this year or introduce/reintroduce into your life - and it needn't be a goal per se.
Hello it's about time I shared this great and fantastic news with you.
I am currently writing a book which I have no doubt will educate and inspire many women out there.
The book will help women (create their own wealth with or without money) who have experienced domestic violence as a result of money problems in their relationship.
Now, this is not necessarily situations where women have experienced financial abuse - it encompasses a wider group of women where their spouses have mismanaged the family monies. This mismanagement has subsequently caused an entrapment for the women.