I thought I would change up the PF Blog Round Up picture because it was getting confusing seeing all the same photos. This of course is not me as a youngster but actually from a generic Pixabay photo. I was pretty badass a few years ago when I bought a motorcycle though (then proceeded to drop it a few times which negated the cool-factor). However, it was a money regret for me.
There’s been some amazing stuff these past few weeks in the blogosphere. I thought I would dedicate this PF blog round up to the femme fatales of the personal finance blogger world. This of course was inspired mainly by Angela from Tread Lightly Retire Early and her compilation of the Women of the Financial Independence Movement. It feels very empowering to be part of such a movement and to have our voices heard in the male-engineer-dominated-INTJ-FIRE space 😉
Here’s five posts from around the blogosphere that I loved! Hope you will like them too. Have a great weekend!
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Angela from Tread Lightly Retire Early shares this epic post of the Women of the Financial Independence Movement. 130+ comments and counting. It is a compilation of women interested in FIRE, and categorized by FIOR, DIK, SIK (if you don’t know what those acronyms mean, get with the FIRE program, or just go to that link and check it out).
Cash Flow Kat shares 5 Reasons Your Blog is Better Than Mine. This is a hilarious and must read. I feel like Kat would be very funny in person and think I would be laughing a lot out loud if we were to hang out.
Money Scrap also posts about blogging, and they are hiring personal finance bloggers, don’t you know? The total compensation package is $0 to $1.5 million (with latter compensation being about a 1:1,000,000 likelihood of happening), a decreased family time, decreased sleep, and variable feelings of self worth which are dependent on the number of page views per day. See the post by the human resources department here, on Personal Finance Bloggers Wanted.
Fin$avvyPanda shares a free tool (this awesome black badass excel spreadsheet) that will guide you to becoming a millionaire. She gives a shout out to lil’ ol’ me too, thank you!
Luxe from The Luxe Strategist shares 22 Ways to Live Luxuriously on a Budget. There are some good birthday freebies there I didn’t know about (I love my Fresh face wash), though I’m not sure if Canadians are eligible for them.
Happy Weekend! Fri-YAY!