Hey Frugalistas,

My shimmery credentials in Third World Political Economies and street cred as a Fulbright Semi-finalist on the impact  of the International Monetary Fund’s  (IMF) Structural Adjustment Programs (SAPs) on market women in Trinidad and Ghana have shaped my money philosophy. My research and travel have guided me  to build my life around the tenets of mindful spending and juicy living.

There is no money martyrdom on my watch

I travel.  I go out.  I play. I tend to my spiritual and intellectual needs.  I pursue and (fund) my present-day passions all while being debt free and aggressively saving and investing for my financial future.

While my personal finance blogger colleagues may not have the same background or adhere to a  “mindful spending equals juicy living” philosophy, their spin on how to amass wealth and engage in financial self-care, is nonetheless, food for thought.

Here is Fabulous N’ Frugal’s Short List of 10 Personal Finance Bloggers To Watch

Girls Just Want to Have Fundswww.girlsjustwannahavefunds.com 
The Budgetnistawww.budgetnista.biz 
The Frugalistawww.thefrugalista.com 
Young Adult Financeswww.youngadultfinances.com 

Double Saving Divashttp://doublesavingdivas.comYour Finances Simplified



Lynette Khalfaniwww.themoneycoach.comWealthy On My Way


If this post really resonated with you and you want to transform how you feel and think about money so you can live your best life, consider money therapy.   

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