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Oraynab Jwayyed

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Oraynab Jwayyed founded Business Interludes, LLC to help women manage their own money. She has authored two books for women. Her newest book, Starting Over: A Practical Guide for Women After a Money Crisis, is an amazon.com best seller. It includes an eight-step guide that shows women how to manage their money after a divorce or separation. Subscribe to her free email tips at http://www.businessinterludes.com/

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Oraynab Jwayyed Right now, I'm reading a manuscript for my upcoming book and Pauline Frederick Reporting, by Marilyn Greenwald, about a UN reporter from the '40s and…moreRight now, I'm reading a manuscript for my upcoming book and Pauline Frederick Reporting, by Marilyn Greenwald, about a UN reporter from the '40s and '50s. Once again, I'm deep into books discussing women and the challenges they face. I also plan to read Why Not Me, by Mindy Kaling, and The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, by Rebecca Skloot. Somewhere in between that time, I will pick up light reads to give myself a break from the complexities of life. (less)
Oraynab Jwayyed I have these secret fans I'd like to embolden. Money is a touchy subject for many women, which is why I receive questions in private. Once I try to…moreI have these secret fans I'd like to embolden. Money is a touchy subject for many women, which is why I receive questions in private. Once I try to address their concerns in public, while respecting their privacy, all I receive is silence. We shouldn't be ashamed of the money problems we have, or that we may not know everything there is to know or we "should know". Just look at how disappointing the financial markets (and the "experts" who run them) have been. It's all a learning process. Besides, it's like what we learned in school: Your issues and questions may be on the minds of many other women. There is absolutely nothing wrong with taking the initiative and starting a meaningful conversation. (less)
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