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Book Launch

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.

I have every confidence that every women who is enduring or has endured such terrible ordeal of domestic violence can create wealth with my help.

I will be sharing the description and much more of the book with VIP Members who have joined my exclusive group.

I am also so so sorry that I haven't shared the budgeting cheat sheet with you. It's been getting a lot of traction so pick up your FREE copy. Have you tried so many budgeting methods and just want something simple to start with? Are you a brand new newbie to budgeting and just want to go easy? Do you need someone to show you how to do it and then you are well on your way? Look not further.

Thank you so much for your time and support. It means a lot to me that I can help you.

See you in the next post with more goodies from me.

NB - How does a 1-day challenge sound to you? Please kindly let me know.


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