Keeping Finance Personal

Ditch the “Shoulds” and the Shame and Rewrite Your Money Story

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By Ellyce Fulmore

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An intersectional approach to personal finance from queer, neurodivergent personal finance educator and TikToker, Ellyce Fulmore.

There’s no magic formula for being “good with money.” The perfect budgeting spreadsheet or debt repayment plan will never address the root of your money issues. Ellyce Fulmore’s aha moment for her own financial health came when she realized that the reason she and so many others have struggled to pay off debt, stick to a budget, or build savings has little to do with being “bad at money.” Instead, it has everything to do with not fully understanding how their identity and lived experience affect their financial decisions.
Now in Keeping Finance Personal, Ellyce shares outside the box advice that will help readers find the financial security and confidence they crave. With chapters focusing on the importance of finding safe spaces when dealing with your finances, personal values, relationship dynamics, vices and coping mechanisms, this is not your typical financial advice book. Ellyce asks readers to engage with how their upbringing, gender identity, culture, and mental health impact their decisions, and guides them through self-exploration exercises that will lead them to change their relationship with money.

This book is for the lesbian couple searching for a place to rent, the neurodivergent person struggling with impulse spending, the woman facing sexism at her local bank—all the people that don’t fit into the mold that traditional finance advice is aimed at. Filled with interviews from a diverse range of voices, Keeping Finance Personal provides a path to develop a healthy money mindset, learn key money management skills, and understand the intersectionality of money and identity so you can take control of your financial life in authentic, empowered way. 



  • "In her classic shame-free style, Ellyce distills money in an easy-to-understand format, especially for neuro-spicy, disabled, and queer folks. A perfect guide for those who have struggled consuming the standard personal finance advice."—Tori Dunlap, New York Times bestselling author of Financial Feminist
  • "Money has been shrouded by shame—until now. Ellyce has done a fantastic job at demystifying our money stories.”
     —Simran Kaur, author of Girls that Invest

On Sale
Jan 23, 2024
Page Count
352 pages
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Ellyce Fulmore

About the Author

Ellyce Fulmore is a queer and neurodivergent financial educator, content creator and the founder of Queerd Co., a financial literacy company. Ellyce is passionate about helping her online community of over half a million find the right tools, strategies and perspective to create a life where financial stability and joy coexist. Ellyce’s work has been featured on many notable platforms such as: The New York Times, The Globe and Mail, The Financial Post, Refinery29, Global News, and CBC Live morning news. She’s helped thousands of people improve their finances through Queerd Co.’s self-led mini courses, email newsletter, digital templates, and signature course, The Neuro$picy Money Method.
TikTok: IG: @ellyce.fulmore

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