I like to read a lot about personal financial management. Here’s a few blogs I’ve discovered along the way.
You might be laughing at me now – blogs, really, in these days of YouTube and Instagram?
Fair enough, but there’s value to be found in reading and in long-form content, especially when that content is written by ordinary people who have managed to get on top of their everyday expenses.
Debt Roundup – From a guy in the US who dug himself out from under a ton of credit card debt.
Penny Golightly – Check out the Tenner Week Challenge she used to get her spending under control.
Savvy Scot – An interesting intersection of finance, fitness and travel stories.
Get Rich Slowly – I like the focus on reducing big costs (e.g. transport), rather than small costs (e.g. coffee). Life’s too short to stop drinking coffee.
Mrs Mummypenny – Lots of money management content, but also good resources on lifestyle and mental health.
Frugalwoods – From a couple in the US living their version of The Good Life.
Millennial Money – This guy went from unemployed graduate to business owner. Not everyone wants to be an entrepreneur, but it’s inspiring and he shares the habits that worked for him.