10 Money Saving Blogs you can’t Afford not to Follow!


These 10 bloggers write constantly about all aspects of personal finance and saving money, and you just can’t afford not to follow them!

There are many bloggers around, blogging in just about every niche that exists.  The saving money, making money, and personal finance niche is full of bloggers, giving tips and suggestions for how to make your life better.

These are my favorite 10 bloggers in this niche, who offer good workable advice on all aspects of saving and making money, and managing your personal finances. You may think you know all there is to know about saving money, or think personal finance is too much of a boring topic.  But check out these great blogs that will really teach you a thing or two about all aspects of saving, getting out of debt, making money, investing, and much much more.


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1.Making Sense of Cents


Making Sense of Cents


Making Sense of Cents was actually one of the first blogs I ever read.  I love Michelle’s easy writing style, and practical suggestions for all aspects of personal finance. Michelle started the blog as she had thousands of dollars in student debt. The blog set out to chart how she paid it off. Now Michelle is one of the highest earning bloggers around, and she really knows all there is about saving and making money. She even has a great course on Making Sense of Affiliate Marketing, that I took as soon as I could after starting my blog, so that I could make some money through all my hard work (if you are a blogger, or thinking of starting a blog I highly recommend it to really understand and master affiliate marketing).  You can read Making Sense of Cents here.

My Favorite Making Sense of Cents Post:

How I paid off $40,000 in Student Loans by Age 24


2.The Penny Hoarder



The Penny Hoarder is another blog that I read before I really even knew what blogs were! They cover all kinds of personal finance subjects, including making money, deals, and more.  The founder, Kyle Taylor, states about his blog: “Our goal is to improve the lives of everyday folks by helping them
spend less time worrying about their finances and more time enjoying their lives.”
Read The Penny Hoarder here.

My Favorite The Penny Hoarder Post:

How to Pay off Credit Card Debt When you Have no Idea Where to Start


3.Get Rich Slowly



Get Rich Slowly is a blog that has been around for quite a while.  J.D. Roth, the founder of the blog, shares tips on getting out of debt, buying a house, sending your kids to college, stock market investing, retirement and much more – pretty much anything related to personal finance and every stage of your life. As the founder, J.D. Roth, states on the site: You won’t find any “get rich quick” schemes here. You won’t find multi-level marketing fads or hot stock tips here. I’m not going to give you a hard sell on any products or books. What you will find at Get Rich Slowly is daily information about personal finance and related topics”  Get Rich Slowly can be read here.

My Favorite Get Rich Slowly post:

How Would you Spend $100,000?


4.Money Saving Mom



Money Saving Mom is a great personal finance blog for parents, especially women.  It features all the latest money-saving deals, coupons, giveaways and freebies and much much more.  It features many stories on making the most of your money. Read Money Saving Mom here.

My favorite Money Saving Mom Post:

10 Simple Ways to Cut Your Grocery Bill by $50 This Week


5.Budgets Are Sexy



Budgets Are Sexy is a “Personal Finance Blog That Won’t put you to Sleep!” It has articles on saving, retirement, getting out of debt, budgeting and more. As the site states: Budgets = Confidence = Sexy!Read Budgets Are Sexy here.

My Favorite Budgets Are Sexy post:

Best Free Budget Templates & Spreadsheets


6.My Money Blog


My Money Blog features all kinds of money related advice and suggestions.  It features articles on where to invest your money, best investments, retirement and much more. Go to My Money Blog here.

My Favorite My Money Blog Post:

Haggle to Lower Your Cable or Direct TV Satellite Bill


7.Mr. Money Mustache



Mr. Money Mustache is a more light hearted look at personal finance.  But light hearted or not, it has some really great money tips and advice.  The owner of this blog just sold it too for $9 million!  You can read Mr. Money Mustache here.  

My Favorite Mr. Money Mustache Post:

Should you do your own Taxes? (and Why I Don’t)


8. Retire by 40


Retire by 40 documents the retirement at 40 by Joe and how he got there, so you can too!  It features all about early retirement, saving, investments, and even happiness. You can read Retire by 40 right here.

My Favorite Retire by 40 Article:

How to Avoid Overspending and Overeating


9.The Centsible Life



The Centsible Life is devoted to helping women live happier, healthier and wealthier lives.  The site was founded by mom of 4, Kelly Whalen.  You can read the Centsible Life here.

My Favorite The Centsible Life post:

Gel Manicure: Worth the Cost?


10.Frugal Beautiful



Frugal Beautiful aims to help everyone cultivate a life that is beautiful, no matter what their budget is (or isn’t).  She teaches that frugality is a way of life, and doesn’t mean extreme couponing.  It is a way of life so that you can live fabulously in the ways that matter to you.  Articles cover every aspect of life with tips on frugality in all those different aspects. You can read Frugal Beautiful right here.

My Favorite Frugal Beautiful Post:

Frugal Crafting: How I get Craft Supplies and Fabric for Free or Cheap


All these 10 blogs I mention in this article are so worth reading and subscribing to!  Get help and advice on every aspect of your financial life in these blogs, through these amazing bloggers.


You can’t afford not to follow these 10 great money-saving personal finance blogs and bloggers!


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1 Comment

  1. Allison
    April 23, 2019 / 9:13 am

    Thanks so much for sharing these! These are so helpful