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Oct 7, 2019

Have you ever thought about your financial health as a key part of your overall wellness? Today’s guest will explain why you should. Ashley Feinstein Gerstley, founder and CEO of The Fiscal Femme, is an author and entrepreneur whose mission is to end women’s inequality through financial well-being. Ashley provides both inspiration and motivation as she shares about her revolutionary financial health programs, which are designed for women and by women with one goal in mind: to achieve financial success. Ashley’s 30-Day Money Cleanse program has helped women cultivate healthy relationships with money and achieve their financial goals.

Some of the key takeaways from my chat with Ashley include:

·       There are both emotional and behavioral sides of money, just as there are with food.

·       Learning to shift from viewing money as a “have to,” is an act of self-love. In other words, when we’re smart with our money, we’re giving ourselves the gift of well-being.

·       Adopting a growth mindset when it comes to our relationship with money will allow us to improve and grow in our financial lives.

·       There are approachable and ways to develop a healthy relationship with money, like keeping a journal to record how and where money is spent.

I’d be remiss if I didn’t give Ashley’s must-see music video “Sa-Vings” a shout-out. With its woman power vibe, this financially savvy music video is all about how awesome it is to save money rather than spend it.

Ashley Feinstein Gerstley is an author, entrepreneur, and feminist who is on a mission to end inequality through financial well-being. She is the founder of The Fiscal Femme and the creator of the 30-Day Money Cleanse program, which has helped thousands of women cultivate harmonious relationships with money and achieve their financial goals. Her first book, The 30-Day Money Cleanse, hit shelves in January 2019. As a trusted money expert, she has been featured by Forbes, NBC, Glamour and Business Insider, among others.

You can connect with Ashley via The Fiscal Femme website, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.