Personal Finance-Related Blogs I Love:
Our Next Life ~ Tanja writes about all kinds of money issues and how they connect with real life. If you want a personal, fun, and thought-provoking blog about money, early retirement, work, values, and sometimes pressed juice, check it out.
Cait Flanders ~ Cait’s blog is the next one I plan to binge read (At the moment, I’m working through Our Next Life). I currently listen to her podcast with Carrie Smith Nickholson from Careful Cents. Cait writes about her ups and downs in living a simple life while Carrie talks a bit more about the business end.
All Around Better Me ~ Jena from All Around Better Me inspired me to start my bullet journal. She writes about money, goals, bullet journaling and creating healthy habits.
Budgets are Sexy ~ J. Money who writes Budgets are Sexy (and whose first name “J” is the same as mine) is stinkin’ hilarious. His mind is super-creative, IMHO. I mostly read his fun quips on Twitter but am creating this Blog Roll because he said to.
Rockstar Finance ~I just registered my blog at Rockstar Finance. It’s the first blog list I’ve ever been on. I’ve heard a lot about RF, but haven’t read much yet. I’ve gotta get going. Want to be included on the directory too? Start here.
The College Investor ~ Robert has helped me make some decisions about the student loan. He’s answered some questions live on his videocast and has replied to my emails/messages on Facebook. He’s answered quetions I have been searching for answers for for a long time (that’s a lot of “fors” eh?).
Personal Finance-Related Podcasts I Love:
The Fairer Cents ~ Tanja from Our Next Life and Kara from Bravely Go make up the hosts of The Fairer Cents. The two introduce a variety of guest speakers and share their own two cents too.
Honest Money Conversations ~ Cait and Carrie’s Honest Money Conversations Podcast has an honest, fun, but serious vibe. They talk about anything from depression and anxiety, to travel, to relationships (friend and partner), to family, oh and money. Each episode starts with a theme, often continues with some definitions and then goes into each pod-caster’s experiences with said issues.
Blogging-Related Podcast I Love:
Do You Even Blog ~ Ok I thought Pete was pretty geeky at first–he reminded me of someone I went to high school with–but I enjoy his mission of wanting to help people create better blogs. He’s been very responsive to my questions as well.
Happy Reading and Listening!
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