Determined to leave her daughter some kind of guide to help her through life after she’s gone, author Sophia Renee Oglesby uses prepare for the worst and hope for the best as the foundation for her research to write one. In It’s Not the Money, It’s Who it’s Going To, Oglesby uses that research as the basis for a series of short stories that deliver a host of life lessons and early warning signs.
It’s Not the Money, It’s Who it’s Going To interconnects the fictional stories with a section of short, practical ideas covering a wide variety of subjects, an in-depth look at relationships, and an assortment of comfort food recipes. Oglesby offers a straightforward, common sense approach on assessing yourself and the life situation you’re in, to make sure you’re living in the best situation possible.
An eclectic mix of information, these life lessons and easy guides serve as a resource for those interested in having examples for comparison or starting points.