Who doesn't want more money in their inbox?
By now you’ve checked your credit report, tracked your spending, and spruced up your LinkedIn account. The next #Money30 challenge is to subscribe to a personal finance newsletter, blog, or website, so you’ll have a steady stream of money tips at your disposal long after this month-long challenge is over.
Some of my favorite blogs/newsletters/websites include:
- Money.com (obviously): You can follow us here, here, and here.
- Money After Graduation: Bookmark the site or sign up for Bridget’s newsletter. Smart and refreshing takes on millennial money.
- The Billfold: Now hosted exclusively on Medium, The Billfold starts a ton of interesting conversations on money and personal finance.
- Your Money and Your Life: NPR’s personal finance Facebook community is a treasure trove of useful information and friendly commenters (yes, really).
- Your Money: The New York Times‘ personal finance newsletter. You can’t go wrong with the Times.
- Lifehacker: It’s not all money tips, but Gawker’s life-hack blog has some of the most consistently useful content on the web.
And if blogs aren’t enough for you, here are some personal finance Twitter stars to consider following:
- Another shameless MONEY plug: Here’s a list of the entire Money team. We’re fun.
- Sarah Kliff isn’t exactly a personal finance expert, but she tweets a ton of useful info on healthcare and insurance.
- Maggie McGrath covers markets and millennial money for Forbes, with a few pop culture tweets mixed in for good measure.
- Over at Refinery29, Lindsey Stanberry is the Living Features Director, and writes smartly about saving money and the sacrifices that entails.
- Shane Ferro covers the economy for The Huffington Post, and tweets about the wage gap and #millennialproblems.
Did we miss any of your faves? Let us know!
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