A simple money plan inspiring and empowering people to take control of money and build a dream life.

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The Financielle Playbook is a digital, step by step guide to help people with financial wellness.


Starting with the basics: Knowing Your Numbers, a Mini Emergency Fund & Ditching Debt.


Building on financial wellness foundations, you start to work towards your big money goals.


With a strong financial platform, you can invest and grow wealth.


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We’re Laura and Holly; sisters and founders of Financielle.

We created The Financielle Playbook to help people like us, normal people that wanted to take control of their money, feel financially well and build a dream life. We are not numbers people, so we break that stuff down in The Financielle Playbook and through our blogs to walk with you on your financial wellness journey. Personal finance is 90% personal and 10%finance, which is why we know this plan works for everyone.

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Why Women Need Life Insurance

This article is part of a paid partnership with Bequest to help close the life insurance gap in the UK.  The life insurance gap As of 2019, the life insurance gap was at £312 billion. At Financielle, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to get everyone talking about

Conscious Consumerism in the Age of Influencers

Conscious Consumerism For the past year, we’ve sat and watched influencers live their best lives; blazoning £500 Asos hauls across their stories, TikTok and YouTube (where were they even going to wear all that?). How many times have you been scrolling on TikTok, seen an influencer raving

I’m £73,000 in Debt. Is a degree worth it in 2021?

In this article, Financielle team member Lucy shares her personal thoughts on the cost of her education. With a year and a half of online lectures, socially distanced accommodation and quiet nights in, university isn’t what it used to be. With the ‘experience’ aspect taken out of