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These are a couple of my favorite money blogs. Take what you like from each and leave the rest. Enjoy!
Amy Jo Lauber is an author and Certified Financial Planner™. In her blog, she mixes a unique blend of personal finance knowledge, inspiration and spirituality that is educational and refreshingly honest. Her knowledge of the psychology of money helps her explain why we often make financial decisions based on emotion. She addresses our financial fears and, at the same time, reassures us that we CAN safely navigate our financial journey. She is the author of Living Inspired and Financially Empowered: Aligning Our Spiritual and Material Lives and Peace & Abundance: A Workbook – Biblically-Based Inspiration for Better Money Management .
Peter Adeney retired in his thirties and writes about how, if you make the right choices at an early age, it is possible for us to leave the cubicle behind. This blog is part of the FIRE (Financially Independent Retire Early) community. Even if it is too late for you to retire early, you can still apply many of his thought-provoking principles to your life. He has a different take than most of us on the necessity of cars, paying for your child’s college education and what it means to be part of a neighborhood.
See Laura's article mentions as they appear on Grow.Acorns.com, CreditCards.com and U.S. News & World Report.