Personal Finance: Resources. Version 1.

February 2, 2011 in bloggers,finance,life,money

A lovely reader recently asked me about the personal finance blogs that I have found myself to be recently addicted to.

So I’ve decided to devote some time to personal finance and ‘frugality,’ if you will, on this blog. Right now, I have zero advice to give, so I will just share my favorite resources with you.

I, like many people I know, have a bit of trouble keeping up with all of the blogs I follow. But there is one blog(ger) whose blog(s) — yes, two — I read

So the first two blogs I want to direct you to are the following: 

Fabulously Broke in the City and the Everyday Minimalist.

If you take a few minutes to check them out you’ll notice that the Everyday Minimalist is not a personal finance blog. It’s a blog about living a minimalist lifestyle. So while it may not be a PF blog, there is certainly a great deal of good-reads about keeping expenses down by simplifying your life.

I don’t anticipate practicing a strict minimalist lifestyle, but I like the idea of limiting consumerism.

However, if you read her other blog, Fabulously Broke in the City, you’ll get a huge daily dose of frugality through money management! You don’t have to be an economist to figure out the concepts she talks about on her blog; it’s legitimately a blog about how she got herself out of debt and how she continues on a path towards high-savings and frugal-living.

These blogs are real, well-written, and a great starting point for someone just getting into the realm of personal finance blogs.

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Fizzgig February 2, 2011 at 8:20 pm

Hmmm frugal. Like bundling up and having your gas heat set to 50 and blocking off two rooms to run a space heater in, and leaving your hot water turned almost off until you shower or do dishes…so your combined electric and gas bills are a mere $120 a month!?

Yea, i got frugal!

But its totally worth it!


Francisco Castelo Branco February 3, 2011 at 12:26 am
halezz February 3, 2011 at 9:06 am

I read Fabulously Broke and a HEAP of others too – there are some fantastic bloggers out there huh 🙂


Heidi February 3, 2011 at 1:05 pm

I never heard of either of these..thanks for sharing, I really need to makeover our finances! please excuse while I head over there 🙂


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