Deborah Russeff always enjoyed journaling and found it to be very beneficial. She spent 4 years working as a real estate agent in Washington state and over 20 years as a real estate investor and business owner. After her marriage of 30 years dissolved, she turned one of her rental properties into another business venture. Deborah has a gift for finding creative ways to make things happen. Her talent for research and investigating have managed to open doors that others would have consider closed. Deborah currently lives on Whidbey Island in Washington with her husband Tim and her dog Abigail. Deborah has 3 sons, Jacob, Joshua and Levi Mercer, 1 Down Syndrome step-daughter Nicole, and 4 grandchildren; Haileigh, Whitney, Anniston and Ronan. Deborah has been a part of many other lives through years of foster parenting, adult foster care and youth ministry. Deborah also has a certification in Biblical Counseling. Deborah and Tim are now living their dream sailing on their 48 foot Cheoy Lee vessel they purchased in May 2016.
What are you working on next?
In December 2014 I started a book I titled, "Second Chances" Don't Blow It This Time. The book is about relationships and what I have learned along the way. My first marriage ended after 30 years. One would think going into a new marriage would be easy, but it was not! I read many books by amazing authors that gave me so much insight I felt there was a need to share what I had learned. I am hoping to complete this book by the end of the year.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
Researching various topics such as homeopathic remedies, relational needs or whatever is going on in my life at any given time.
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