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. And detailed breakdowns of your latest side gig or real estate investment. Share posts with a recent money win or financial blunder – so we can learn from your success or from your mistakes!
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Ever considered owning an investment property? Gwen, from Fiery Millenials, just completed her first year as a property owner and landlord. She’s learned a thing or two in the last year and shares some interesting facts about her neighborhood and first-year financials. Will she make it through year two?
Chances are pretty high you know someone with autism. Kristine, from the blog Frugasaurs, recently revealed she was diagnosed with it in her early twenties and shares that she’s found it has some advantages when it comes to personal finance.
We generate thousands of thoughts and make numerous decisions every day. Kathryn from Making Your Money Matter describes the five factors that influence our financial decision making. Acknowledging and understanding them is an important step to us becoming better off financially.
Do you describe yourself as frugal or cheap? Both or neither? Mrs. Kiwi, a self-described frugalist at Kiwi and Keweenaw, recalls some cheapskate moments when she took saving money a little too far. We definitely relate to a few of these and others we’re glad she’s warning us about!
Here at Women Who Money we mostly believe debt is not a good thing. But we’ll never say never since life is full of surprises and all situations are different. If you find yourself considering a loan, Laura from Piggy Bank Dreams has some questions you should ask yourself first before signing on the dotted line.
Speaking of debt, Jax, from Project: Beach Life is working on eliminating hers. She’s also shedding a few other things as she figures out life in her thirties. Something tells us she’s going to be great at it.
Some on the path to better finances are also exploring simpler living and maybe even minimalism. Jennifer, from Simply + Fiercely, shares that while she believes simple living can be life-changing it also has its limits in 3 Hard Truths About Simple Living.
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.