In this special International Women’s Day episode, Davinia chatted with a VIP guest – her 85 year grandmother Rita.

Rita and Davinia discussed:

  • What it was like to leave a small island in the Caribbean for the unknown in England at just 22 years old
  • The lessons she learned in childhood about money and why we should all ‘cut our garments according to our size’
  • How she dug herself out of debt as a young woman and why BNPL is nothing new
  • What she’s learned about loving yourself, self-care, confidence and self-worth over the course of close to nine decades

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