In this episode, I speak with Certified Financial Educator and writer, Eugenié George, on women’s financial wellness. Eugenié offers a new perspective on finances that embraces ancestry, race, gender, wellness, and mental health.
Eugenié offers advice to women who want to move forward in a healthy relationship with their money. She provides practical ideas as to how to address the gender and racial inequities with our current earnings.
In this episode, you will learn:
- How our physical and mental wellness affects our financial wellbeing.
- Why it’s important to get in touch with our past in order to move forward with our money.
- How we change the tradition of silence around women and money.
- What we can do to disrupt the financial inequality that exists in race and gender.
- Advice to women who are struggling with their own financial wellness.
About Eugenié George
Eugenié George is a financial wellness specialist and educator, who attributes her success in personal finance from creating an unorthodox way of viewing money. She has always enjoyed money, history, and mental health. Eugenié is a Certified Financial Educator and has an MBA with an emphasis in finance from South University. She is taking the CFP® (Certified Financial Planner) exam — in November 2021.
From paying off student loans to navigating her family’s financial situation, Eugenié understands the old method of wealth building doesn’t work for Women of Color. She has created the Money and Flow podcast, where cash and vinyasa flows meet. The Money and Flow podcast is the first podcast that talks about how money stories, looking at an ancestral lens, can help activate a financial wellness plan. She is the author of Our Money Stories, A Six Week No B.S. Holistic Financial Wellness Plan.
Eugenié lives with her fiance´and two bonus kids in Philadelphia.
What to know more?
The Money and flow Podcast: https://eugeniegeorge.com/podcast