I’ve been a big fan of both Joshua Becker (BecomingMinimalist.com) and Brian Gardner (NoSidebar.com) for years as a reader of their various sites, books, and digital magazine, Simplify Magazine.
Today I want to tell you about their new online publication called, Simple Money Magazine.
This new publication is not a how-to investing guide, nor is it focused on the latest buzzwords of the personal finance sector. Instead, it’s a magazine with practical, down-to-earth articles on managing money.
Simple Money Magazine is a quarterly, digital publication aiming to provide “simple, practical financial advice for the modern family.” The magazine is ad-free, reader-focused, and features expert contributors writing practical, helpful content for the American family.
Each article is chosen, not for a click-bait headline, but because it contains information anyone can benefit from. Every issue of Simple Money Magazine features 8-10 contributors in the field, each addressing everyday financial topics and needs.
The publication is now on its 3rd issue, with No. 4 coming in May 2019.
In issue No. 3, articles include ‘Here’s Your Permission Slip to Become a Millionaire’ by Chris Hogan, ‘Reasons to Escape Excess Consumerism—And How to Do It’ by Joshua Becker, ‘You Could Be Richer Than You Think’ by Bob Lotich, ‘Everything You Need to Know About Credit Scores’ by Michelle Black, and more.
The first issue (which you can obtain for free) contains amazing articles on everything from how to have a happy money relationship to common money mistakes smart people make, getting out of debt as a couple, and more.
Articles include, ‘Separating Your Work, Your Income, and Your Job’ by Vicki Robin, one of the authors of the money classic Your Money or Your Life. And Kristin Wong’s, ‘You Can’t Buy Your Way to Better Habits.’ Joshua Becker also shares the terrific piece, ‘Your Biggest Expense is Your Greatest Opportunity’ in the inaugural issue. I think you’ll be hooked after reading all these excellent pieces.
The Women Who Money Team wants to introduce and share honest information and reviews about products and services we’ve tried. Today’s introduction was written by Amy, co-founder of Women Who Money and founder of Life Zemplified.