Downsize to Freedom breaks down the entire process of moving, choosing, and decorating your new, smaller home into practical, easy-to-understand tips that anyone can follow. I added some of my "tongue-in-cheek" English humor, which I hope folks will enjoy.
Florida, golf, the sunshine, orange juice, swimming pools, and tennis available all day as you fall out of bed living in a gated golf community. It was a dream lifestyle which people saved a lifetime for, while most Europeans who might only see the brochures found it unaffordable. Dame DJ describes the voyage of an English woman and her American partner Tim moving into a golf and country club in Florida, making friends, learning the rules, and seeing the harsh realities of life "behind the wall" from an English perspective.
The Dope Diet is an intimate diary of a young English man David Grey and his addiction to smoking dope. Dame DJ has written this with heartfelt pain witnessing this anxiety first hand and for all the families of sufferers from addictions who still watch, support and wait not knowing what the outcome will be.
Dame DJ is English, and together with her partner, "S", a New Yorker who loved great food and wanted to sample the best dinning in France, now tells us their story. He thought France was small, and that the best hotels and restaurants from Paris to Monaco would be waiting for them. She thought she could eat and relax, and the trip would be a breeze. They were both wrong!
Do you want to be single? Do you want to stay in the relationship you are in? Do you know? Do you ask yourself that very question every day? We all vacillate, we all want the best of both worlds, its normal, and we need guidance - and now. Dame DJ's book To Be, or Not to Be, Single draws from a lifetime of experience and gives solid, helpful advice to cover all generations. Questions like: Are you happy? Are you wasting time in life?
We have seen our children refuse fresh food, but not known how to get them to eat. Dame DJ has given each food a name, and a personality a child can relate to. It builds up the relationship between the child and food on the plate, and makes meal times much more fun.