Happy New Year! 2018 is going to be a great year. Many people have set goals to do better financially, but they aren’t quite sure how to do that. In today’s post, I will be sharing twenty personal finance blogs that you should check out. They will get you motivated so that you can have the best 2018 ever.
Chonce Maddox Rhea created her blog in 2014. At that time she was starting to get more serious about her finances. Her website has several categories including budgets, parenting and side hustles.
I’ve been reading Young Adult Money for years. David Carlson started it in 2012. His blog focuses on three ideas which are to make more, save more and live better.
Michelle Schroeder-Gardner created her blog to help her improve her finances. She was able to pay off $38,000 in 7 months! Now she’s a solopreneur that earns six figures per month.
Nick Loper is the mastermind Side Hustle Nation. His blog is about everything side hustle related. Besides having a blog, Nick also has a great podcast called The Side Hustle Show.
Financially Fit & Fab was started by Tia Chambers. She created the site to help millennials navigate their way to financial freedom.
Do you want to travel more, but you’re not sure how to do that? If so, you should check out Club Thrifty. It’s a blog created by Greg and Holly Johnson that will show you how to pay off debt and live the life that you genuinely want to.
Every couple of month there’s a new money making scam on Facebook. People are always looking for “get rich” schemes. In my opinion, nothing beats good old investing. The Black Market Exchange is an excellent resource that anyone should check out if they want to learn more about investing. Dr. Eric Patrick blends hip-hop and investing to make it more relatable to millennials.
Phroogal is a blog created by Jason Vitug. He helps people achieve their financial goals and live their best life. Jason also does The Road to Financial Wellness Road Trip. It’s an epic trip where he promotes financial wellness across the country. This year’s trip starts in April.
Melanie Lockert is the creator of Dear Debt. Her blog is about breaking up with debt. She paid off $81,000 in student loan debt. Something that is unique about her website is the section called “Dear Debt Letters.” In that part, different people write letters to their debt. It’s some very good stuff. Reading some of those letters may get you a little emotional. That could be the fire that you need to start paying on your debt.
Kayla Sloan is a blogger and a freelancer. On her blog, she discusses becoming your own boss and making money on your own terms.
Sandy Smith is a hustler. She motivates me to keep grinding even when I don’t feel like it. On her blog, she discusses different ways to eliminate debt, make more money and improve your credit.
I found out about the blog Super Millennial a couple of months ago. Michael Leonard is the creator of it. He wants people to earn more money, develop their passion and to create success.
I’ve been reading Smart Passive Income for a few years now. Pat Flynn has a lot of great content on it. If you plan on starting a podcast or learning more about affiliate marketing, you should check out his site.
Liz Stapleton’s blog is Less Debt More Wine. Like many of us, she’s in student loan debt, but she’s not letting that stop here. She focuses on paying off debt, managing your money better and still having a life. Even though she’s a Patriots fan, you should check out her blog.
If you’re looking to get started in real estate, check out Coach Carson. Chad Carson has been investing in real estate since 2003. He educates people about real estate and wants them to retire early.
Jim Wang is the creator of Wallet Hacks. He’s been writing about personal finance for over ten years. His site encourages you to make more money, invest better and enjoy life.
Candice Marie created Young Yet Wise to help her stay on track and learn more about money. As of December 2017, she is debt free! She paid off $47,500 worth of debt. Find out how she was able to do that by checking her blog and YouTube videos.
Taylor is a Certified Financial Education Instructor and owner of Tay Talks Money. She wants millennials to stop struggling financially so that they can start taking risks and enjoying their life.
A lot of people have dreams of one day working from home. Joseph Hogue’s site, My Work From Home Money is a great resource to help you get started. Joe started side hustling in 2006. In 7 years his work from plan went from side hustle to full time.
Eric Rosenberg is the owner or Personal Profitability. His mission is to help people earn more money, spend it thoughtfully, grow their wealth and live a better life through mindful personal finance.
If these 20 blogs don’t get you motivated this year, then I’m not sure what will. If you set a goal or resolution to do better, it’s time to make it happen. The bloggers who I profiled in this post are doing it. You can too.