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Should Women Invest Differently To Men?

Should Women Invest Differently To Men? Money Literacy Educator As a woman helping and teaching women who have experienced domestic abuse the simple ways to create wealth for them, this topic such an interesting one. It's very easy for me as a single mum to use the excuse that as a woman, I need to invest differently to man. Why? Start Early - if you can From a young age, investment was discussed in my home by my late father. My dad was the only man in our household - as he had 2 daughters.  I invest so that I can create a financially safe future for my children and I. I also invest for the future education of my children as I DO NOT want them to have to borrow money for their education. I also invest as the job market is very risky right now - with there being no job for life. Ultimately, I would like to live off of my investments when the time comes to retire from the hustle and bustle. Financial Adviser or Not I've never actually had a long

Tick Tock Tick

Tick Tock 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 Much love Deborah

Having Money Fights is Normal

Hello friends and loved ones. As you know, I love posting videos vs writing blog post. I hope that you enjoy this video where I talk about a quote I heard made by the talented Dave Ramsey, which is, "If you are married and have money fights, you are normal". I love this quote so much as I agree that in life, we cannot but have disagreements sometimes. However, these disagreements must NOT lead into any form of violence. Please do enjoy it and leave any comments or questions that you may have. Here is the previous post if you missed it. It's titled Money Literacy and the Church. Much 💛💜 Deborah

Money Literacy and The Church

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 .