March 2019 #FinanciEllebookshelf Book Club Picks

FinanciElle Bookshelf

In addition to my monthly FinanciElle Bookshelf book reviews, I’m starting the #FinanciEllebookshelf Book club.

With the FinanciElle Bookshelf, I hope to

  1. 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
  1. Create an environment where women can be each other’s financial role models, the best way to learn is from each other
  2. 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

March 2019

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

 

Happy Reading!

FinanciElle

 

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