13 mom bloggers to read if you want to manage your money well, get out of debt, and create financial peace for your family. Get the best personal finance tips for moms, written by moms who have been there. These are the Top 13 personal finance blogs every mom needs to follow in 2018.
How could you ever put together a job description for moms? I bet it would include managing finances, accounting, building up a saving account, budgeting, debt payoff management, purchasing, negotiating, and taking care of bills. Ah, and teaching those skills to the next generation.
Ouf… a lot!
But where do you even start if your family’s finances are a mess? What if you are barely making it? How do you get out of financial survival mode??
Take advice from the best of the best moms who rock at family finances and share their advice on their personal finance blogs. I sifted through a gazillion money blogs but these female finance blogs are the ones I come back to again and again.
Because they have been there. They are moms. They get it.
Beef up your feed and follow these 13 personal finance Mom blogstars today. Get educated, learn new saving hacks and the financial management skills you have dreamed of. Make Dave Ramsey proud of you. Or even better, make yourself proud and set your family up for financial success and living well on what you have!
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Let’s dive in and check out the epic list of 13 mom bloggers who kick debt and bad financial management to the curb – and help you do the same! Become money-smart now!
The Best Personal Finance Blogs 2018 – Written By Moms
First, one of the blogging titans to start with a bang:
Crystal – Money Saving Mom
Do I really need to introduce Crystal Paine, the Money Saving Mom? Her blog was one of the first I ever followed! Deal posts are her jam but she also has a lot on finance and time management for moms! Crystal and her husband started their life together on a beans-and-rice budget. Much has changed and Crystal now not only runs a huge blogging business but also teaches other moms how to manage money better and earn more. (She has a huge resource library for subscribers, too.)
My all-time favorite post of Crystal: 3 Ways To Cut Your Budget When There Is Nothing Left To Cut
Follow Crystal on Pinterest here.
Emma – Wealthy Single Mom
Emma Johnson – Wealthy Single Mom, shares her unique perspective of being a single mom that builds that full, awesome life of her dreams. She is an inspiration and totally open on her personal finance blog! The New York Observer named her one of the “9 Most Eligible Singles” and her podcast is named a “Top Personal Finance Podcast” by US News. Emma also published a book: The Kickass Single Mom: Be Financially Independent, Discover Your Sexiest Self, and Raise Fabulous, Happy Children (Penguin, 2017), that was a #1 bestseller. (psh… subscribers can get 2 chapters for free!)
My favorite post of Emma: Single Mom doesn’t mean Welfare Mom
Follow Emma on Pinterest here.
Emily – Mommy Investor
Mommy Investor. Intimidated by investing in the stock market? Don’t be. It’s as easy as shopping on Amazon. Says Canadian mom blogger Emily. To help moms get informed and feel confident about investing she started her blog and shares investing information, encouragement, and some entertainment on one of the best investing blogs for moms.
My favorite post by Emily: Introduction to ETFs. Because “Exchange Traded Funds (or ETFs) are like losing the pregnancy weight without dieting or exercising! Yes, they are that awesome!” says Emily. See how she translates finance jargon into mommy language?
Follow Emily on Pinterest here.
Tracie – Penny Pinchin’ Mom
Penny Pinchin’ Mom. Tracie and her family paid off 37,000 $ of debt in under two years and she shared her story on TV and in newspapers. She started her debt-free journey with coupons and still has a lot of resources for couponing on her blog. But her blog evolved into a complete mom lifestyle blog with a focus on how to make the most of your money.
My favorite post of Tracie: 5 Common Mistakes You’ll Make When Getting Out Of Debt
Follow Tracie on Pinterest here.
Samantha – Rich Single Momma
Rich Single Momma. Samantha got divorced 10 years ago and found little encouragement for single moms who want to thrive with money. So she decided to start her own personal finance blog in 2008 to share what she found helpful for working single moms who want to make more money and manage well what they have.
My favorite post of Samantha: How to Create A Holiday Spending Plan
Follow Samantha on Twitter here.
Simple Finance Mom. Krystal and her family are fans of Dave Ramsey’s approach to money and have paid off more than 80,000 $ of consumer debts with a simple and effective approach. Krystal is a teacher turned finance blogger. Her mission is to make managing money as simple as possible to help others become skilled money managers of their family finances. My favorite post of Krystal: Her Step-by-Step Plan to Pay Off Debt
Follow Krystal on Pinterest here.
Alexa – Single Moms Income
Single Moms Income. Alexa is married, mom to 2 girls, makes more than 5000 Dollar a month with her online business, and lives in her own house. Sounds great, doesn’t it? But Alexa has come a long way. Not too long ago, in 2012 after her divorce, she moved into a trailer with her two girls, worked two jobs, tried to be a good single mom, and pursued her dream of working for herself in her fringe hours. Read what she has learned along the way on her finance blog and be inspired!
My favorite post of Alexa: 17 Work at Home Jobs With No Start-Up Fees
Follow Alexa on Pinterest here.
Rosemarie – The Busy Budgeter
Rosemarie Groner, aka The Busy Budgeter, has been a huge inspiration in my blogging journey. She grew her personal finance blog to a full-time gig in less than a year! Woah. Apart from that, she is a budgeting and money-saving expert and shares her best money advice on her blog. I just love the “kind voice” she uses and, of course, I took her free course “The 90 Day Budget Bootcamp“. It was a thorough walk-through of my haves, not-haves, and how to manage well what I have. Until now, thousands of people have gone through the bootcamp and learned budgeting step-by-step.
My favorite post of Rosemarie: How we reduced our spending by $23,537.00 in a year (Money Saving Tips)!
Follow Rosemarie on Pinterest here.
Jaime – Keep Thrifty
Keep Thrifty. The blog by Jaime and her husband Chris is the one you should follow if you want to break free from a consumerist mindset and start dreaming big. Jaime and her husband went from survival mode with not 2 under 3, but 3 girls under 2, to taking a one-year mini-retirement and traveling the world, including almost all 50 states!! How inspiring is that!
Follow Jaime on Pinterest here.
Kumiko – The Budget Mom
The Budget Mom. “A Life You Love On A Budget You Can Afford.” Kumiko is a boy mom and accredited financial counselor writing for women who want to live an amazing life on a realistic budget. She shares easy-to-follow advice on managing money and living frugally so you can save for things that matter. The blog covers budgeting, frugal living tips, debt payoff tips, saving and basic financial advice. Subscribers can download helpful printables in a resource library.
My favorite post of Kumiko: How To Create A Visual Method for Tracking Your Spending
Follow Kumiko on Pinterest here.
Catherine – Catherine Alford
Catherine Alford is the mom to boy/girl twins and full-time blogger. She has built her personal finance blog from absolute scratch when living on a remote West Indies island in financial straits. (I can somewhat relate…) On her blog, Budget Blonde, she shared her quest to earn real money online while making the most of what she has. Until now, she has been featured in dozens of notable publications. She has even been interviewed by Good Morning America and other shows. Today, she is living in the U.S. again and teaches others how to make money online as a freelance blogger.
My favorite post of Catherine: How To Be Minimalist and Have A Baby
Follow Catherine on Pinterest here.
Maggie – National Bank of Mom
National Bank of Mom. After her divorce, Maggie was in a bad place and needed to recover emotionally – and money-wise! She wanted to do better and she wanted to teach her son to manage money well along the way.
My favorite post of Maggie: How she uses “Savings Envelope with Register” to educate her son.
Follow Maggie on Twitter here.
Jessi – Jessi Fearon
Jessi Fearon – Real Life On A Budget (formerly The Budget Mama). Budget Mama Jessi and her husband paid off 55,000 $ of debt and she shares what exactly is going on with the family’s budget, how they save, and what their real numbers are. It’s definitely helpful that Jessi is not only a frugal mom but also a professional finance coach and holds a degree in accounting.
My favorite post of Jessi: Our One Income Family Budget (with real numbers!)
Follow Jessi on Pinterest here.
There you go! The TOP 13 Personal Finance Momsters to follow 2018. Add these female personal finance blogs to your blogroll and become money-smart.
More posts you will love if you want to become a smart money manager for your family:
- How To Create A Simple Budget in Three Easy Steps
- How to Setup and Stick To A Powerful Saving Plan
- Ways To Save Big Money Painlessly
- How To Easily Stay on Top of Yearly Payments
- How To Track Your Spending in A Budget Book – Full Guide For Beginners
And finally, subscribe to my newsletter to get instant access to the free resource library for subscribers. Download helpful finance management printables that will give you a headstart!
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