Can you guess what the number 1 block that the mums I work with kept coming up against time and time again ... YEP, money. Every fricken time. Money is where I see so many women (especially mums) get stuck. That's why I decided to write this book. To help mums and women overcome this hurdle and transform the way they earn, spend, and attract money. You see, women know they want more money, they know deep down that spark inside them is calling them to a life of MORE ABUNDANCE ... But for some crazy reason, they keep going furthur and furthur into debt. Overspending, then restrictive saving then binging on shit they don't need from Kmart ... It is a vicious cycle, babe. But why is this? Seriously, Why do we seem to be so stubborn and stuck in our ways around money? Why do we continue with the limited "there's not enough" thinking around money? Aren't you tired of putting a subconscious limit on how much money you can have? You and I both know this is a HUGE problem, and I believe something needs to be done about it. NOW before the next generation grow up and get their credit cards . That's why I wrote this book, and that's why you and I are going on this journey TOGETHER. I've invested thousands and thousands of hours and $$$ into learning about this, perfecting, trying, testing rinse, and repeating all of these methods. So you could go and spend thousands and thousands and tackle it by yourself .... eww. Or you could grab this book get it simplified, for WAY WAY less and I'll give you EVERYTHING. I'm not holding anything back, no secrets. I'm laying it all out for you. Imagine this ... Money is no longer the main factor in every single decision you make. You have paid off your debt and no longer have to dread checking the letters. You just booked that family trip to Disney Land you have been dreaming about for YEARS. When bills come in the mail it doesn't even bother you. You pay them straight away without a second thought, no stress. You get massages every month, instead of just saving up Christmas spa vouchers from your aunty for a special occasion. Your ordering lunch and can get the extra avo on the side without feeling guilty. You never have to look at the price on the menu before deciding what to eat ever again. You can buy the organic veggies and the fancy adult cheese instead of sticking to the home brand section in coles. You don't have to justify what you spend to your partner, your mother, and your friends. No more living week to week, paycheck to paycheck ... NO MORE MONEY GUILT. BECAUSE YOU HAVE COMPLETELY DESTROYED MONEY GUILT .... FOREVER ! It's time to un complicate your finances and transform your money mindset.
Goodbye Christopher Robin: A.A. Milne and the Making of Winnie-the-Pooh is drawn from Ann Thwaite’s acclaimed biography of A. A. Milne, one of the most successful English writers ever, and the creator of Winnie-the-Pooh, and of Piglet, Tigger, Eeyore and Christopher Robin. But the fictional Christopher Robin was based on Milne’s own son. This heart-warming and touching book recounts the true story that inspired the film Goodbye Christopher Robin, directed by Simon Curtis and starring Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie and Kelly Macdonald, and offers the reader a glimpse into the relationship between Milne and the real-life Christopher Robin, whose toys inspired the magical world of the Hundred Acre Wood. Along with his mother Daphne and his nanny Olive, Christopher Robin and his family were swept up in the international success of the books; the enchanting tales brought hope and comfort to an England ravaged by the First World War. But with the eyes of the world on Christopher Robin, what will the cost be to the family? With a preface by Frank Cottrell-Boyce, co-writer of the screenplay.
The debut novel from the creator of Thuglit. Boo Malone lost everything when he was sent to St. Gabriel's Home for Boys. There, he picked up a few key survival skills; a wee bit of an anger management problem; and his best friend for life, Junior. Now adults, Boo and Junior have a combined weight of 470 pounds (mostly Boo's), about ten grand in tattoos (mostly Junior's), and a talent for wisecracking banter. Together, they provide security for The Cellar, a Boston nightclub where the bartender Audrey doles out hugs and scoldings for her favorite misfits, and the night porter, Luke, expects them to watch their language. At last Boo has found a family. But when Boo and Junior are hired to find Cassandra, a well-to-do runaway slumming among the authority-shy street kids, Boo sees in the girl his own long-lost younger sister. And as the case deepens with evidence that Cassie is being sexually exploited, Boo's blind desire for justice begins to push his surrogate family's loyalty to the breaking point. Cassie's life depends on Boo's determination to see the case through, but that same determination just might finally drive him and Junior apart. What's looking like an easy payday is turning into a hard bounce--for everyone.
Perfect for readers of The Girl on the Train and Winter’s Bone, Publishers Weekly praises The Guilt We Carry as “a gripping tale of redemption” and New York Journal of Books declares it “the Breaking Bad of the book world.” Since the tragic accident that brutally ended her childhood, Alice O’Farrell has been haunted by her past. Unable to bear the guilt of negligence that led to the death of her younger brother, fifteen-year-old Alice runs away from home. She lives on the streets, makes one bad decision after another, and drowns her guilt in alcohol. But, everything changes when she stumbles upon a startling scene: a dead drug dealer and a duffel bag full of ninety-one thousand dollars in cash. Recognizing this as an opportunity for a fresh start, Alice takes the money and runs. However, she soon finds herself fleeing from more than her own past—the dead dealer’s drug supplier wants his money back and will destroy her to get it. A merciless manhunt ensues, headed by Sinclair—a formidable opponent—relentless, shrewd, and brutal. As blood is spilled all around her, Alice is eventually faced with her day of reckoning. In the end, The Guilt We Carry is a story about redemption and forgiveness, but at what cost?
'The thing about having a second baby is it's likely to differ a lot from your first experience. Sarah Ockwell's Smith's guide looks at the challenges you might face along with some practical tips to consider. The book offers a friendly feel that reminds us issues and all, we'll be just fine' Mirror, Best Baby Books for Parents 2020 Having a second baby is a very different experience from having your first, yet there is little recognition of the wide range of issues that need to be considered when bringing a second child into the family. In this incredibly helpful book, Sarah Ockwell-Smith helps parents feel more positive and prepared for life with two children. The book begins with the obvious question: when is the right time to add another member to the family? It then goes on to examine the specific issues that can arise with a second pregnancy and birth; the common concerns about siblings, such as how to prepare your firstborn for what's to come; how to cope with the practicalities of life with two young children (aka actually managing to get anything done!); and the feelings parents are likely to experience, too. The Second Baby Book examines all the questions and issues Sarah herself faced second time around, as well as sharing the experiences of the many parents who have sought her advice. It also highlights what scientific studies reveal about such issues as the spacing of children and the differences between first and second births. Practical, insightful and honest, this book will help you understand the challenges ahead but, more importantly, it will equip you to meet them with knowledge, confidence and a sense of excitement for the future.
Drawing on the experience of migrant women domestic workers, theological ethics, and liberationist theologies, this book offers an intercultural theology of migration that arises from the (dis)continuities, (im)mobilities, and (dis)empowerment embedded in the encounter between gender, class, race, culture and religion in the context of migration.
An account of Charles Bukowski's 1978 European trip. In 1978 Europe was new territory for Bukowski holding the secrets of his own personal ancestry and origins. En route to his birthplace in Andernach, Germany, he is trailed by celebrity-hunters and paparazzi, appears drunk on French television, blows a small fortune at a Dusseldorf racetrack and stands in a Cologne Cathedral musing about life and death.
This has to be a work of fiction for the truth to be told. Aj grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in a typical middle-class household. She was a cop’s daughter who was sexually stalked and assaulted in her own father’s house, right under his nose, and was too scared to tell for years. Her favorite uncle slowly became her worse nightmare as his affections for her changed in the worse way possible. The emotional torment and shame of her adolescents tainted every relationship from her first budding romance in high school on into adulthood. Aj is a mother and a survivor. Her son is the best thing that ever happen to her, as he made her a better person, fearless. Her love for her child spurred her on as she adamantly protects him against a pedophile. Come join Aj on her journey as she dares to tell her truth. The darkest truths can be found in fiction. -Carl Houston Roach IV
When author Ali McAuley returned home after a twenty-one-day hiking trip in Nepal, she came to an important and life-changing realization. Her marriage to her husband, Macka, was over. During her trip, she got in touch with feelings and passions she had either forgotten about or had never experienced. She was free to discover who she was. In Alis Story, McAuley shares what happened after she moved out of her home, including the suicide of her estranged husband, Macka. She tells how this pivotal event affected not only her but her three teen-aged boys. The emotional baggage of Mackas death prompted McAuley to reassess her life, and she made some important decisions and next steps. In this memoir, she narrates her personal journey, her spiritual awakening, and how she finally came to terms with her relationships with others, especially Macka, and his death. McAuley offers a look at how the turbulence and power of the rough sea guided her home and how she attained peace within her heart.