Whether you plan to retire at 40 or to completely reinvent your living space, other people often serve as a source of inspiration.
Samuel Johnson said, "Without frugality none can be rich, and with it very few would be poor." This has become one of my favorite quotes.
The top 25 budgeting bloggers share their secrets on minimalist living, travel, retirement, design, fashion, and cooking.
Jen’s blog is overflowing with tips to a minimalist lifestyle, with advice on eating clean, traveling across the globe, and even planning a wedding — all on a budget!
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Natalie Bacon, the Finance Girl, equips you with everything you need to make more money, get out of debt, beat that procrastination with time management tips, and successfully negotiate a pay raise.
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Have you ever wondered what your net worth was? Are you a new parent struggling with finances? Are your budgeting goals too ambitious? Learn the answers to these questions and more with Matt Becker’s blog!
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Frugal living sounds great, but it can be hard to find a place to start. Look no further than Six Figures Under! Stephanie’s blog compiles living ideas, ways to earn cash from your blogs and Etsy stores, and goal setting motivation into one all-inclusive place.
Lydia is an expert on frugal parenting. Her blog has inspiration for a minimalistic lifestyle, home management ideas, and nutritious recipes your kids will love.
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Couponing, budgeting, getting out of debt — this blog has it all. This minimalistic blogger’s two cents save you hundreds of dollars.
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Danielle’s blog aims to keep you clean, green, and debt-free. Her environmentally-friendly cleaning tips, homeschooling advice, and guide to grocery shopping make this a blog you need to visit.
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Does early retirement sound appealing? How about personal finance management? Insider secrets to building investing strategies? If one or more of these sparked your interest, go to Peer Finance 101, the ultimate money-making blog.
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Are you a single mom on a tight budget? Alexa Mason knows how you feel. Her blog has ways to make extra income, single mom resources, and online business ideas so that you can give yourself and your child the best life possible.
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How can you use Amazon to your advantage? What is affiliate marketing and how does it benefit you? How can you become a freelancer? Nick Loper gives all the answers on his blog, Side Hustle Nation.
Who doesn’t want to retire early? Joe tells you everything you need to make your retirement dream a reality, from making money to being a stay-at-home dad.
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In any conversation about budgeting, getting rid of debt, or early retirement, one question always surfaces: “How?” Money Manifesto is an all-inclusive guide to saving money, paying off loans, and retiring at a younger age.
Start and earn money from your very own blog, make big bucks through Craigslist, and get the most out of your vacation — even on a budget. Crystal Stemberger has done it all, and you can, too! How? Her blog, Budgeting In The Fun Stuff, details exactly what she did.
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This blogger addresses any concerns the newly frugal parent may have. She has advice for your new lifestyle, tips to side hustling to earn income, and even how to adapt your wardrobe to your new, post-baby stomach.
Become a bargain hunter yourself with John Wedding’s remarkable blog! It includes advice for cash back comparison, saving money, and using popular rebates to your benefit.
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Frugal Village, Rob Laidlaw’s minimalist living blog, is the go-to resource for every need. Along with general tips for a simple lifestyle, Rob’s village includes frugal cooking and pro strategies to increase the value of your home.
Christina Brown has some of the best tips on the Internet for a thrifty life. Are you a college student struggling with finances? Do you want to live green but don’t know where to start? How can you start saving money with DIY strategies? Consult Christina at the Northern Cheapskate!
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Free yourself from debt, begin your new frugal lifestyle, and save money with your whole family — Krista Ludwick’s Family Balance Sheet can help you do all three and more!
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Steve Adcock’s blog prepares you for early retirement, gives you financial liberation, and tells you how you can travel the country in an RV on a budget. His helpful articles make this blog an essential for anyone living a frugal lifestyle.
Jim Wang’s wallet hacks give you monetary independence, guide you in an interview, and teach you to achieve the ultimate goal: becoming a millionaire.
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DIY tips and tricks, working from home, resisting pressure, and even a series on budgeting — Lydia Senn has compiled the ultimate handbook to creating your own frugal, debt-free life!
Keep your beauty and youth even as you age. Find herbs to use as easy remedies and treatments. Find ways to DIY your life. Find all of these articles and more on Andrea Veros’ Frugally Sustainable!
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Edwin C. knows it all. His blog, Frugal Wiz, can get you out of debt, teach you how to live frugally, and make environmentally friendly choices!
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Laura is a mom with a thrifty lifestyle— just like you. Read her blog to find out how she saves on nutritious groceries for her kids, gives you ideas for a restaurant, and travels without breaking the bank.
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Want to destroy your debt, earn more from everything you do, and travel for budget prices. Broke Girl Rich is the blog for you!
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Creating and following a budget will help you develop smart spending habits and achieve financial security for you and your family. We compiled these bloggers to give you a starting point; now take action! Incorporate thrifty habits into your daily lifestyle.