Earlier this month, I shared Part I of my 10 Personal Finance Blogs To Watch. Here is the Part II.
5. Young Adult Finances: www.youngadultfinances.comLatisha provides very practical and easy-to-understand tips for those of us trying to make that transition from undergraduate to young adult. She is also well-travelled and definitely full of life.Here is my favorite post from her: I Have a Confession: I Don’t Have a Budget. You get a sneak-peak into how her parents really showed her the value of money and sparked her entrepreneurial spirit. http://youngadultfinances.com/i-have-a-confession-dont-have-a-budget/
6. The Frugalista www.frugalista.com
Her site has so many interesting things, it is hard to chose from.
7. Sister Save-A-lot http://www.sistersavealot.com
Antoinette is a proud single mother of a 5 year old diva and equally proud extreme couponer. She has a passion for saving, which I love and respect. She even hosts couponing classes. I am definitely new to couponing and would love to have her as a resource.Here is one of my favorite category from her site: I LOVE FREE: http://www.sistersavealot.com/category/free-sample
8. DailyWorth www.dailyworth.com
Amanda is the founder of DailyWorth, a finance media company for women. Amanda is a thought-leader on the topic of women and money, working to advance women’s financial confidence and wealth
Here is one of my favorite posts: Having It All Doesn’t Mean Doing It All
9. How’s Married Life www.howsmarriedlife.net
Brianna shares the ups and downs of being married on her site. In addition, she provides very useful information on all things related to getting married and staying married.
Here is my favorite post: Dining on A Budget:
10. Frugal Portland www.frugalportland.com
Kathleen is very witty and transparent about her personal and financial growth. I was really sucked into her site by the information that she placed on her “About” page.
It was so inspiring that I think that is my favorite post: About Frugal Portland: http://frugalportland.com/about/
Frugalistas—Is there anyone else that should be making this list?
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