Finally! I have been thinking about putting this blogroll together for a while but never made the time before. Well here it is. My blog is all grown up! It has its own blogroll!
What Kind Of Blogs Do I Like
I like when the posts are:
- From financially literate bloggers!
- Not too long. My attention spent is too short for very lengthy post – unless they are REALLY good,
- Motivating & engaging. Make me want to do better or try something new.
- Informative – Learn something or be able to bring value to it,
- Don’t have too many affiliate links or pop-ups (It drives me crazy otherwise),
- Not selling products/services I wouldn’t endorsed myself,
- From bloggers who seem to live a well-balanced and happy life, whether they are FI or working towards FI (RE is not as important to me, I am more of a FIRO kind of girl – Financial Independence Retirement Optional). I like bloggers who plan for the future but know how to enjoy the present!
- About lots of different personal finance topics; rental properties, passive income, travel hacking, frugality, random stuff.
- A little humorous once in a while!
For an up-to-date version of this blogroll, click HERE.
My Top Blogs
I don’t want to call them favorites because I really like a lot of the blogs I listed, sometimes just as much and all for different reasons. But if I had to pick my top blogs, today, they would have to be (in alphabetical order):
My Other Top Blogs
And, like I said, I still really like all the ones below too! My only disclaimer: I don’t always read everything they publish. But whatever I read, I usually like!
- Adventure Rich
- Afford Anything
- Budget Are Sexy
- Chief Mom Officer
- Coach Carson
- Damn Millennial
- Defined Sight
- Dividends Diversify
- Financial Panther
- Financial Samurai
- Fin$avvy panda
- Freedom Is Groovy
- Frugal Asian Finance
- Go Curry Cracker
- Guy on FIRE
- Handy Millennial
- Life Zemplified
- Married With Money
- Money Beagle
- Mr. Crazy Kicks
- Mr. Freaky Frugal
- Mr. Free At 33
- Mustard Seed Money
- Our Next Life
- Physician On Fire
- Pursuing Retirement
- Retire by 40
- Rich on Money
- Reverse The Crush
- Retire Early Helen
- Route to Retire
- The Frugal Gene
- Think Save Retire
- Tread Lightly, Retire Early
- Waffles On Wednesday
- 1500 Days to Freedom
For a list of Personal Finance blogs written by women, check out:
For a list of ALL active personal finance blogs (over 1,400), check out Rockstar Finance Directory:
Or you can check Modest Money Top Finance Blog:
A special Thanks to Lily (The Frugal Gene), GenY (Genymoney), Kat (CashflowKat), Tom (Dividends Diversify), Steve (Pursuing Retirement), Helen (Retire Early Helen), and Amy (Life Zemplified) who provided me with the right amount of support to keep me going so far.
To All PF Bloggers: Don’t forget to support new bloggers! Comment, share, pin, tweet…
Are You A New PF Blogger?
If you have a new personal finance blog you would like us/me to check out, go ahead and add it in the comment section below. Then go straight to the Rockstar Finance Directory and Modest Money and get your blog added! Are you still here? What are you waiting for?
Did I Miss Your Blog?
Did I miss your blog? Do I visit your blog? You would know as I either leave a comment or share the post or both! If I do and I didn’t include your blog, please send me an email at Moneyscrap1@gmail.com. Or maybe I don’t know about your blog and should? Send me an email or add it in the comments below with your blog’s URL and I will make sure to check it out.
Blog Summary Please
Also, I would like to add a brief summary about each blogger, so if your blog is listed above, I would appreciate if you could send me 2-3 short sentences (MAX) to best describe your blog, or just add it in the comments below. If you don’t I will come up with my own version:) At your own risk!
The plan is to try to update the list monthly. I may remove blogs from the list for the following reasons:
- Inactive (no post in over a month),
- Too many affiliate links. I understand the need ($) to put some links but some posts are becoming ridiculous!
- Blatantly promoting products/services for the sole purpose of income with no regards to readers’ needs.
- Not relevant anymore (not enough personal finance content).
Hope you enjoy! Thanks again for your support:)
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