Welcome To

The Funky Eclectic, LLC

Our Mission

Our mission is to increase quality of life for black women by providing opportunities for self-reflection, community, and reinvention.

Knowing that you could be much further along in life if you just change some old habits, is a start. I can help you take action.

Transition From Ego

We are excited for you to enter into your next new life. There is a lot of peace, love, and support waiting for you.

Our volunteers assist with many aspects of The Funky Eclectic, making our efforts more impactful.

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Our Latest Blog Posts

  • Journey to Financial Freedom: Money Route.

    Journey to Financial Freedom: Money Route.

    I am so excited that you want to take control of your finances! It really is a huge deal; most people are terrified at the thought of what it takes to reach financial freedom. The fact that you are taking a step towards it is awesome! Now let’s get started on your #journeytofinancialfreedom. Money Route […]

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  • 4 Months to 30: There is still time.

    4 Months to 30: There is still time.

    Today makes exactly 4 months until I turn 30 years old. In my early twenties I dreaded my 30th birthday. It felt like my life would be over and I was afraid that I wouldn’t have anything to show for it. That once I turned 30, I would spend the rest of my life doing […]

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Help us provide black women with opportunities that will change their lives forever. By making a contribution, you will help us to make an impact that matters and you enjoy.

meet the founder

Michei

Hello there! I am Michei, the founder of The Funky Eclectic, LLC. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a BA in Sociology. I love writing, fashion, outdoors, music, traveling, and all things personal development. I one day hope to own a small farm. It is with great pleasure that I am able to provide black women with a safe space to reinvent themselves and their lives.