Financial Resources from Financial Bloggers

If you are in need of information from real people about finances, this post is for you. I am collecting eBooks, training courses, guides and other resources written by financial bloggers here in one place for your current and future reference.

As I hear of more, I will add to this post!  Bookmark it and visit from time to time to see what has been added.

Living Simple, Free & Happy: How to Simplify, Declutter Your Home, and Reduce Stress, Debt & Waste by Cristin Frank.

Cristin is the founder of Eve of Reduction blog. She is a professional consultant who works with homeowners looking for a guide to custom upcycling, room repurposing and second-hand shopping. She is also a professional speaker on upcycling, repurposing, eco-practices and DIY design.

Many of us have spent a lifetime accumulating ‘stuff’ and are now finding that it is an anchor that weighs us down and siphons our money. Cristin provides techniques on how to declutter, including how to make money getting rid of the stuff! She not only deals with our house, but also with our minds, providing exercises to help us discover our talents, values and goals.

101 Ways to Make Extra Money in Your Spare Time by Jackie Beck.

Jackie is the founder of the Money Crush blog. She turned her own financial life around and wants to help readers do the same. She also has written apps for multiple devices that help thousands of folks pay off their debts using the snowball method.

101 Ways to Make Extra Money in Your Spare Time is a handy reference to get you thinking about says to go earn some extra dough.

365 Ways to Make Money: Ideas for Quick $ Every Day of the Year by Kylie Ofiu.

Kylie is an author, blogger and freelance writer. She blogs at Kyle

An idea for every day of the year! Kylie shares ways to make money with little or no startup costs.

The Definitive Guide to Student Loan Debt by Robert Farrington.

Robert is an accomplished blogger at The College Investor as well as Beat the 9 to 5, Entrepreneurship Life , Cult of Money and Kids Ain’t Cheap.

The Guide is billed as The most detailed guide on taking out student loans and student loan debt repayment plans. If you are headed for college you should check it out. The best part – It is FREE.

7 Investing Steps That Will Make You Wealthy by Jon Dulin.

Jon blogs at Money Smart Guides and is a financial services industry employee with a financial planning degree and certificate. He currently works in a high net worth wealth management firm.

A few of the seven steps he discusses are investing passively, dollar cost average and diversification.  Check out the rest of these must do steps from Jon.

How to Get Rich; Wealth Building Guide for the Financially Illiterate, by Barbara Friedberg, MBA, MS

Barb’s book  describes the basics of accumulating wealth in 7 broad steps. Her real life stories and multiple worksheets and quizzes bring home the message.  Any young person without a good financial upbringing will benefit from her introductory book. It is a good reminder for the rest of us as well.

How I Make Money Blogging by Crystal Stemberger

In Crystal’s own words:

I started Budgeting in the Fun Stuff (BFS) at the end of February 2010 and grew it into a site that has made more than $42,000 as of the end of June 2012.

I also used 2011 to start several other sites, buy six additional sites to co-own, and I found other ways to make money online. I went from making a salary of $35,500 a year in a cubicle from 2005-2011 to working for myself from home by July 2011!

Since then, I have brought in $6,000 – $23,000 a month from my online endeavors!!!

Managing Your Monthly Nut: Budgeting Basics, Pruning Expenses, and Tracking Your Financial Health by Crystal Stemberger
Crystal’s second book covers budgeting, negotiating (or haggling as she calls it) and tracking your finanances as well as other subjects such as estate planning.

 Soldier of Finance by Jeff Rose

Jeff is both a veteran and a Certified Financial Planner.  He combines the two to provide a structured manual and exercises to win your war on your personal finances.

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