We’ve reached 2019’s halfway mark. This is a good time to revisit some of the goals you set at the top of this year. If getting your personal and business finances in order was part of your goals, here are some blogs for you to add to your weekly reading schedule.
My Fab Finance
Tonya Rapley is the creator of the award-winning blog My Fab Finance. According to Black Enterprise Magazine, she is among the new faces of wealth building. She believes that debt, financial stress, and embarrassment don’t have to be part of your story. With My Fab Finance, Rapley shares her secrets on how to break the cycle of debt.
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The Simple Dollar
What began as a community for people to share personal finance tips has grown into one of the top business and finance blogs in the country. Founded by Trent Hamm, The Simple Dollar sees about a million readers per month. Hamm’s motto: Personal finance doesn’t have to be complicated. Visit this blog to learn everything from finding the right loan for you to making food and spices at home to save money.
Mr. Money Mustache
According to the blog, Mr. Money Mustache is only in his 30s and already a retiree. Though Mr. Money Mustache is his pseudonym, Peter Adene started the blog in 2011 after hearing his friends and former coworkers complain about being middle class and broke. If you’re looking to get your money weight up, and to retire young like Mr. Money Mustache, this is the blog for you.
The Secrets of Success Blog
Founder Deborah A. Bailey is all about supporting entrepreneurs with work and life transitions. Her blog, The Secrets to Success, features articles like “11 Guidelines to Building a Prosperous Team” and “How to Find the Perfect Mentor.” She also hosts Women Entrepreneurs Radio, which has featured over 400 guests from more than 10 countries.
Better Money Habits
Created by Bank of America, in partnership with Khan Academy, Better Money Habits is a personal finance blog that touches on everything from home ownership to saving and investing for college.
Sam Dogen started Financial Samurai in 2009 as a way to make sense of his chaotic personal finances. With an MBA from Cal, Dogen dives deep into investing, money philosophy, retirement planning, and more on his blog.
Sista Sense was created by LaShanda Henry. She describes herself as a “work at home mom with a passion for building websites and helping other women make sense of making money online.” In addition to blog content, Henry also has a wealth of free tools, affordable resources, and a mastermind group.
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