If you’re looking to add a few great blogs to your reading list for 2012, here are a few suggestions. I follow all of these blogs and enjoy the unique spin they give to personal finance.
If you’re not following Christian PF, start as soon as you can. Actually, this is a great month to start because Bob (the founder) just launched the “Getting Started” series. Bob is a great friend of mine and one of the reason why I started Faith and Finance – so head on over to Christian PF and show some love. :)
My good friend, Jon, is a great writer and awesome internet entrepreneur. He’s doing some awesome stuff on Free Money Wisdom, including his Retire a Millionaire Course that he’s giving away for free!
Check out Joe’s site for a well-balanced and personal approach to personal finance. He has a great take on issues – especially if you’re a baby boomer. :)
Peter at Bible Money Matters is always coming up with helpful articles about taxes, current events. I really enjoy reading about his high returns that he shares in his Lending Club reviews.52 ways to save money article – it’s great stuff!
Crystal is an awesome online entrepreneur. I’ve followed her blog from the beginning and have been impressed and inspired by her success online.
Derek writes this blog and paid down $18,000 in 14 months. I started following his blog early last year and I enjoy following his success.
If you’re looking for a different type of personal finance blog, check out Frugal Dad. I love the infographics on the site and they even have a “frugal dad scholarship.” Definitely worth checking out this year!