A Journey of a Single Mother through the Covid-19 Pandemic
BRM FinScience Personal
Area of Focus
Stabilise Personal Income
UN SDG Focus
2.1 By 2030 end hunger and ensure access by all people, in particular the poor and people in vulnerable situations including infants, to safe, nutritious and sufficient food all year round.
Michelle Sursen is a single mother with three kids living in Melbourne, Australia. When she came to BlueRose Malini, her income was greatly impacted by the Covid-19 situation, she was asked to take a 70% pay cut (accumulated).
BlueRose Malini (BRM) provided clear directives for Michelle to follow on a monthly basis which includes contributing to the UN SDG, upskilling her financial budgeting and discipline, and life lessons she needs to learn. Ultimately, aligning her to the Quantum Financial Law.
After Michelle took consistent actions based on the directives from BlueRose Malini, there was a noticeable steady income growth on monthly basis from $2,400 in November 2020 to $4,800 in April 2021. This is mainly because Michelle is very consistent in aligning to the Quantum Financial Law and took this seriously. On top of that, Michelle was a passionate individual on giving back, she managed to contribute out while growing herself and managing her family commitment from the restricted income. She has contributed $671 to organisation related to SDG 2.1.