If you are reading this, then you are already aware that City Girl Savings is a finance, fashion and beauty blog (and community). We are extremely grateful for all of the community members working to better themselves in life!
The CGS Team is proud to help support our members, as well as other blogs or companies with similar goals. Below you will find some of our favorite financial blogs that work to help women build their financial knowledge base!
The Top 6 Financial Blogs for Women are…
GoGirl Finance is a blog and support system on all things finance for women. The topics include family and retirement, college and careers, entrepreneurship, budgeting and debt, and much more.
These posts are professionally written and updated often! You can even search the site by the financial category that interests you. GoGirl Finance also sends out a weekly newsletter recapping the articles of the week. The CGS Team follows GoGirl Finance, who is very active on social media.
The Broke and Beautiful Life
The Broke and Beautiful Life blog started as a means to voice the aspirations of Stefanie O’Connell, a theatre actress, as she lives life in New York City on a budget. The blog covers financial planning and lifestyle articles, as well as New York City living posts.
Stefanie’s blog has been featured in The Wall Street Journal and Forbes magazine! Stefanie even wrote her own book inspired by the blog called The Broke and Beautiful Life. The blog covers real life subjects, and we love that Stefanie gives her own perspective on finance!
Girls Just Wanna Have Funds
Started by Ginger in 2003, Girls Just Wanna Have Funds has turned into a go-to for women looking to discuss finances on a personal level. The blog explores money management basics, budgeting, debt reduction and more.
Ginger shares her personal experiences (good and bad), and encourages women to do the same. “Breaking Financial Ceilings One Foot at a Time” is the motto of Girl Just Wanna Have Funds. How could any woman not support that?
Little Miss Money Bags
Written by a mystery woman, Little Miss Money Bags features the creative writing style of a woman looking to control her finances. In fact, every month Little Miss Money Bags provides a chart of her spending.
To hold herself accountable, she tracks which categories are in and out of budget, and provides a recap of her spending for the month. Little Miss Money Bags is not afraid to give her thoughts, opinions and recommendations.
She also engages readers! We find her writing witty, charming, and it puts personal finances for women into perspective.
Broke Girl Rich
Broke Girl Rich is written by 30 year old Melissa, who has a little debt, a steady income stream, and a budget. Broke Girl Rich covers how to live frugally, earn more money, destroy debt, travel on a budget, and more.
Melissa shares her “Money Bucket List,” which includes her financial goals and aspirations. Broke Girl Rich combines the personal finance subjects everyone can relate to, as well as personal finance in the arts.
If you are an actor, crew member, or have any other interest in theatre, productions or film, the “Stage Management” section of the blog covers tips and tricks for managing finances with a career in the arts.
City Girl Savings
While this article first came out in 2015, City Girl Savings has continued to a mark in the financial blog world. We now have over 1,000 knowledge-building articles focused on learning about finance, improving our reader’s financial situation, lifestyle topics, and much more.
We also offer products and services to help our readers get on financial track. City Girl Savings continues to teach and empower women to reach financial independence.
There are so many wonderful blogs out there written by women supporting other women in achieving financial independence. If financial blogging interests you, or if you want another perspective on finances, any of these blogs would do!
You can also search and find a lot of other blogs with the same mission. City Girl Savings looks up to these women and blogs and hopes to continue to strive towards making a difference in our community!
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Women, we can have money in the bank, designer shoes on our feet, and a stunning roof over our head! We need to continue to be smart about finances and encourage each other to reach financial goals!
Are there any financial blogs that you enjoy reading? Share your favorites with the community so that we can all check them out!