My Story

A few years ago, my whole world came crashing down around me when my marriage broke down, leaving me to care full time for my two young boys and rapidly think about how I was going to support them moving forward. My first thought after the initial shock was to go back to university and finish the degree I had quit 20 years earlier.

Empowering you to take back control

of your finances and create a life of Freedom

LeisaQ

FREEDOM & FINANCIAL LIFE-STYLIST

I  see you, I  hear you because at some stage I’ve most likely been you.

What my life experiences have taught me most, is that we don’t need a lot to be happy, but all the media hype out there will have you convinced otherwise. I believe that you have been getting duped from the very beginning.  Starting with all the Disney movies that sub-consciously program us to believe you will grow up, meet Prince Charming and he’ll take care of you for the rest of your days.  Yeah right, with approx. half of all marriages ending in Divorce, “A man is no longer the best plan“.

But what can you do about it?

Work With Leisa

Our philosophy at LeisaQ is that clients are guided to me when they need me the most.  This is often after a few false starts trying to go it alone, but if you’ve found your way to me, chances are, you’re here for a reason.  All our services and programs are designed to get you back on track and living the life you deserve.  Our mission is simple, Empower You to take back control of your finances and your future.  We’ve structured everything so you get to choose just how much or how little hand-holding you think you need.

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Life-Styling Blogs

From the heart

Part 16 – Against my better judgement

The deadline for the Ex to pay me out of our house was rapidly approaching all the while I’m trying to find out how to get the house up to scratch so we could get it on the market. The Ex was not being very co-operative and was requesting an extension of time to buy...

Part 15 – Doing the right thing was wrong

Still reeling from the fallout of the last few weeks, I got back on with life, trying to enjoy the last few weeks of my Uni holidays.  Just before Uni was to return, I received a call from the University asking me if I’d like to do some casual work.  Having...

Part 14 – The pain of lies and deceit

In almost every divorce or separation, at some stage, there is bound to be a discovery of lies, deceit or betrayal.  In my case, it was all of the above.  This was definitely one trifecta that wasn’t paying for the better. In my last post, I was a little...

Part 13 – Relief can be fleeting

The next few weeks went by in a blur as I sat final exams and negotiated the final Court Orders.  By this stage, I was chronically fatigued.  The mental and emotional trauma of the past 17 months had finally caught up with me and my body was giving up....

Part 12 – Look Nanna, there’s a plane

During Jacobie’s recovery from his operation, he spent a week at Nanna’s house as I had Uni commitments and my other son to look after. Jacobie loved it, unlimited ice-cream and jelly accompanied by lots of love and attention, not to mention TV. A few days in, I...

Part 11 – Operation stalling

For the next few months, there was a reasonable amount of peace in our life.  Negotiations for the final court orders were ongoing, but at least the kids and I were able to settle into somewhat of a routine. That was, until I found out my youngest had to have an...

“Empowering you to take back control of your finances and create a life of Freedom”

-LeisaQ