Thanks for your interest in working with me! As a personal finance blogger, I enjoy writing about the following topics:
- Personal Finance
- Real Estate
- Earning Extra Income
- Minimalism and Decluttering
- Financial Independence
- and more!
I am always looking for creative, valuable, high-quality content to share on my blog. The content should be somewhat related to personal finance. If you would like to write a guest post for my blog, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are some guest posts I’ve accepted on my blog:
- Should You Put Off Your Career to Travel? by Brian Meiggs of millennialmoneyguide.com.
- Why Everyone Should Refinance Student Loan Debt If They Can by Jacob at dollardiligence.com.
- How I Was Able to Reach a Better Place Mentally Through My Finances by Josh Wilson at familyfaithfinance.com.
- Is it Cheaper to Rent or Buy? by Jennifer Riner.
- Be Economically Smart About Pet Parenting by Mary Nielsen at Feline Living.
Here is my list of guest posts:
I’ve also contributed snippets to other blogs:
- The Best Neighborhoods for First-Time Homebuyers in Washington, D.C. on trulia.com.
- How to Take Care of You: Advice from Work at Home Parents on kidscashandchaos.com.
- 10 Affiliate Markets Reveal How Long It Took to Get Their First Sale & How They Did It on inkwelleditorial.com.
- How to Use Affiliate Links to Make Money Blogging on chantelarnett.com.
Blogs I Like
Here are some of the blogs I read.
Rockstar Finance – J Money describes this blog as “A Collection of Awesome Money Articles.” This is a great resource.
Mr. Money Mustache – Financial Freedom through Badassity – retired at age 30 with his wife on two normal salaries
1500 Days to Freedom – a family guy living in Colorado with his wife and two kids with a goal to retire in 1500 days at the age of 43
Making Sense of Cents – very successful personal finance blog with lots of great content and awesome design
Frugalwoods – a young couple in Cambridge, MA on their way to retiring to a homestead in the woods by making frugality fun
Early Retirement Extreme – a combination of simple living, anticonsumerism, DIY ethics, self-reliance, and applied capitalism
The Minimalists – two guys writing about living a meaningful life with less stuff