Episode 05: Organizing Your Finances With Guest Pamela George

Do you have credit problems or want to get your finances organized so you will have the money to do the things you love to do? If so, this episode is for you.  

We chat with Pamela George, a Financial Literacy and Credit Counsellor, about financial problems people may face. I ask her: 

-What is the number one problem people face when it comes to finances? 

– What is a good age to start saving for retirement?   

– When is a good time to pay your bills? 

– Is online shopping becoming a problem? 

Plus more!  

About our Guest: 

Pamela George is an Accredited Financial Counsellor of Canada® (AFCC) and a member of the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education® (AFCPE). Pamela has over nine years’ experience working as a Credit Counsellor and a Financial Aid Officer.  

Pamela is also the author of “Three Little Piggy Banks”, a book that teaches children the importance of saving money.  

About Kathy McEwan 

Kathy McEwan, BA. Sociology, is the CEO of Second Set of Hands, a home and office organizing business located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. She started her business as a solopreneur and now has an amazing team of organizers who help busy professionals, and/or those who struggle with having too much clutter. Kathy also loves working with clients who are moving and need help with getting their home ready for sale, packing and unpacking. Her passion is to help those who are feeling overwhelmed, become less stressed, more productive and have a more simplified life.  

Check out our organizing and moving packages at  



Pamela George: https://www.pamelageorgefinancialliteracy.com/ 

Three Little Piggy Banks Book: https://www.amazon.ca/Three-Little-Piggy-Pamela-George/dp/1772051764/ref=sr_1_1?qid=1549916409&refinements=p_27%3APamela+George&s=books&sr=1-1 

Kathy McEwan: https://www.kathymcewan.com  

Second Set of Hands: https://www.secondsetofhands.ca

Organize for Success Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/organizeforsuccess