Over the past few years, as a personal finance blogger, I’ve gotten to know a lot of the other main bloggers writing on the topic of personal finance. In fact, it was a random search leading me to a post on An English Major’s Money that inspired me to start blogging about finance in the first place. There have been lists compiled of the best PF bloggers, but never a good, recent one of the list of the best female personal finance bloggers. So, I decided to change that here.
13. Little Miss Money Bags:
a 20-something living in NYC working in publishing
27. Frugal Zeitgeist:
Money, saving, personal finance, and being happy with what you have
35. Poorer than You:
Money issue massage s for college students and 20-somethings
A FruGal’s musings on money…
47. The Baglady:
a “secret baglady” 20-something managing money like she’s about to retire
53. Debt Free Kid:
30 something Canadian, single mom, seeking to get rid of debt by 2010
54. Frugal Chick:
misadventures in life, one cloth napkin and penny at a time
60. Berry Makes Cents:
one girl’s journey to pay off student loan debt by making money online
20 something’s journey to being free from the corporate world
74. Ugly Debty:
one girl’s journey to freedom from an evil amount of personal debt
76. Debt Hater:
She’s gotten out of debt, now on to her dreams
Where frugal living is sexy, delicious, and fun.
84. Modern Gal:
Healthy living without breaking the bank
The value of money is that with it you can tell anyone to go to hell.
34 year old Capitalist saving 30% of her gross income
89. Alpha Consumer:
Kimberly Palmer writes about PF (from U.S. News & World Report)
100. Girls Just Wanna Have Funds:
Breaking financial ceilings one stiletto at at time
(Because not everyone can make the top 100, but there are a lot of great female personal finance writers out there. These are definitely worth a read too! Next year I’m going to try to have a reader vote for the best female personal finance blogs because they’re all so good and it’s hard to rank ’em on my own.)
Any others I’m missing? Please comment on this post if you are a female personal finance blogger or know of any that should be on the list. There are some older lists floating around on the Interwebs, but many are out of date and include bloggers that haven’t updated since 2007! All of the authors on this list have updated after July 2009, with most updating even more recently than that.