I was hoping the BPers could share their favorite personal finance blogs. These are the two I have tracked quite a bit in the last several years:
There are others that get more press, but I find these to be updated pretty regularly and the advice on them as pretty solid. I think they're similar to many folks on BP.
The gist is retire early by being super frugal.
Mr money mustache, I believe @brandon turner has frequented that blog
JLCollinsNH.com has a great stock series.
MadFIentist.com is a genius, and can take long, hardcore government documents and translate them into English.
MrMoneyMustache.com has a great message - spend less so you can retire early.
Thanks @Mindy Jensen
Checking out the blogs you mentioned I found this interview with Jim Collins"
The Importance Of F-You Money
Classic! It is worth the time invested to listen to it if you haven't heard it.
@Bryan Hancock , it is worth it just to hear Mr. Collins's amazing voice. MadFIentist.com is the one interviewing him, and it's like listening to Barry White interview James Earl Jones.
I don't know where my head is. Check out
BudgetsAreSexy.com. J. Money writes for a younger crowd.
RockstarFinance.com. J. Money curates his favorite posts from the PF Blogosphere. This is a great place to read about a ton of new blogs.
I like SaveOutsideTheBox.com but he hasn't posted in a while.
GoCurryCracker.com tells their early retirement to travel the world story.
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