In addition to my monthly FinanciElle Bookshelf book reviews, I’m starting the #FinanciEllebookshelf Book club.
With the FinanciElle Bookshelf, I hope to –
- Get women talking about money by:
- Inviting the @Financi_Elle Twitter followers to join me in reading and discussing a book selected by me. I’ll be posting questions on Twitter periodically throughout the month and opening the forum for discussion. Be sure to use #FinanciEllebookshelf when you tweet
- Creating book club guides so that if you want to meet with a group of your BFFs, or female family members, or female colleagues… and answer the questions in a private space, you can do that
- Create an environment where women can be each other’s financial role models, the best way to learn is from each other
- Have some fun turning talking about money into a self-care practice that improves Financial Wellness
The March 2019 Picks are:
- Proposals for the Feminine Economy by Jennifer Armbrust
- Feminine Capital by Barbara Orser and Catherine Elliott
I picked these two in honour of International Woman’s Day, which is March 8, 2019. Proposals for the Feminine Economy is a slim volume but packs a big punch and Feminine Capital provides a lot of really great exercises which really work to facilitate discussion with your Best FinanciElle Friends.
To start the conversation find this month’s book guide – March 2019 – Proposals For The Feminine Economy & Feminine Capital