Paris Woods

May 11, 2022

[Ep. 328] How to Live in the Now and Still Save for the Future with Paris Woods

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“Personal finance has the ability to be incredibly empowering.”
– Paris Woods


This week’s episode is full of so many interesting topics including, debt, FIRE, privilege and so much more. I’m so excited to welcome author Paris Woods to the podcast to share how we can all learn from her mistakes in her new book, The Black Girl’s Guide to Financial Freedom
Paris Woods is a lifelong educator, as well as a first-generation and two-time college graduate of Harvard University. Not only that, she’s currently completing her doctorate at the University of Texas at Austin. In her new book, The Black Girl’s Guide to Financial Freedom, Paris teaches readers how to live an abundant life now and continue to do so in the future through her simple personal finance principles.
In this episode, Paris shares her approach to FIRE, why she’s so passionate about educating the black community about finance and why debt is the number one obstacle to your financial goals. I loved reading Paris’s book because it felt like having a chat with your best friend and I hope this episode leaves you with the same feeling!

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