Before WANDA, I was living paycheck to paycheck, moving from place to place, and struggling to make ends meet as a single mother of three. At one point, we were actually homeless and had to stay in a homeless shelter when I first began the WANDA program.

During these sessions, I managed to secure a better-paying job, found a stable apartment for my family to live in, and started saving money. Even after the program concluded, I chose to keep my savings account open and continue making monthly deposits, embarking on a savings journey for my children’s future. 

To any future WANDA mothers out there, I would highly recommend giving this program a try. I’ve found the sessions to be incredibly informative, filled with valuable advice and tips from people who have experienced some of the same challenges that single parents often face. Connecting with other WANDA moms can provide a sense of support, and you’ll feel accomplished once the program is completed. It has the power to reignite the motivation that many of us may lose during tough financial times.