Each Friday, Women Who Money will share personal finance posts written by women on a variety of topics! If you’d like one of your or another blogger’s posts considered for “Today’s Best: Winning Women Who Money,” submit the link here. We’d love to see unique takes on finance concepts or detailed breakdowns of your latest side gig or real estate investment. Share posts with recent money wins or financial blunders – so we can learn from your success or from your mistakes!
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Christine is the proud Army wife and mama behind the blog Her Money Moves! Do you have a job interview coming up? Christine wrote a great post about the importance of nailing the end of an interview. Check out the advice she gives about what questions you should ask right before the interview ends. Will you go out with a bang or go down in flames?
Does the website title “Poorer Than You” catch your attention? We thought maybe. Stephanie, the 26-year old blogger writes articles about money management for her fellow broke millennials. In this detailed post, Stephanie explains how to pay off student loans faster by sending in extra principal payments. And she even includes an incredibly helpful free letter template that you can use to make sure the payments get credited properly!
Aparna from Elementum Money wrote an interesting post on The Varied Colors of Money. Are you green with envy or feeling the (financial) blues? You’ll enjoy her connections between money and colors and how she relates it to the Indian celebration of Holi, the beautiful festival of colors.
The Give and Get is a blog written by a DC area lawyer named Lisa. She shared an interesting post on a topic that bothers a lot of people; Why do some poor people have nicer things than those with money? Read Lisa’s thoughts on indicators of wealth and the secret of being frugal.
Hiro is a TechOps Engineer who works in New York City. On her blog Twisted Paths, she writes about minimalism, disability, technology, and personal finance. Check out her detailed post on Automating Your Way to Financial Independence that focuses on the importance of paying yourself first!
You’ve heard about using points and miles to travel, but you’re nervous about all the credit cards and spending that’s required. Check out this awesome post on the ABC’s of travel hacking (without using credit cards) by Kathy, the Baby Boomer Super Saver! Kathy shares some great ideas that can help you save cash on your next vacation!
The author of the former site, Dream Beyond Debt, now writes under her own name at Amanda-Page.com. In a recent post, Amanda talks about adventures in unpaid labor. Have you volunteered and struggled with the idea that you could be making money doing something else during that time? Do you think about what you are learning when you volunteer and the connections you are making? What value do you place on that? Check out Amanda’s post to see her thoughts on this interesting topic!
Finally, do you follow Revanche at A Gai Shan Life? She’d been blogging about money and life for over 10 years! You should check out her recent post, When Impostor Syndrome Strikes, Dig Deep. She explains how her definition of “important” has shifted, while her definition of “success” hasn’t shifted in sync and what she’s doing about that.
If you’d like one of your or another blogger’s post considered for “Today’s Best: Winning Women Who Money”, submit the link here.