Q3 2007: The Personal Finance Blogs in My Reader
It’s been 3 months since last posting my RSS reader list, and since about 40% of the former entries have changed, I figured I should push out an update. The last time, I had 64 Personal Finance sites on the list, and this time I have 82. At one time this summer, I had up to 120 sites, but I did a major purge of about 30 sites a few weeks ago. Those sites hadn’t updated in at least a month, or they had just gone too off topic.
So here is the current list of Personal Finance sites on my Google Reader. If anyone knows a good way to extract these links from an OPML file, please let me know! At least this time, I found a site where I can upload and share my list, and then I copied the HTML from their page. I still had to do some manual editing, but I’d like something faster. A WordPress plugin would be even better (to show my whole reader list, not just the Shared items).
Also, if you can recommend any PF sites, please do. Shoot me the link via my contact page please. If you leave a comment with the link, I can’t be assured that Spam Karma won’t grab it.
So here they are, in alphabetical order:
- Accumulating Money
- Ask Mr Credit Card’s Blog
- Blogging Away Debt
- Blueprint for Financial Prosperity
- Blunt Money
- Boston Gal’s Open Wallet
- brip blap
- Cheap as chips
- College and Finance
- Consumerism Commentary
- Don’t Mess With Taxes
- Dual Income No Kids
- Everybody Loves Your Money
- Financial Dominance
- FIRE Finance
- Free Money Finance
- Frugal Babe
- Frugal For Life
- Frugal Journey
- Frugal Panda
- Gather Little By Little
- Generation X Finance
- Get Rich Slowly
- Grad Money Matters
- How I Save Money.net
- I’ve Paid for This Twice Already
- I Will Teach You To Be Rich
- Kiss of Debt
- Lazy Man and Money
- Living Behind The Curve
- Make Love, Not Debt
- Mighty Bargain Hunter
- Million Dollar Journey
- Money and Such
- Money and Values
- Money Ning
- Money Smart Life
- Money Under 30
- Money Walks
- Money, Matter, and More Musings
- My New Choice
- My Open Wallet
- My Two Dollars
- My Wealth Builder
- No Credit Needed
- Not Made Of Money
- One Frugal Girl
- Personal Finance Advice
- plonkee money
- The Sun’s Financial Diary
- Single Ma’s Fabulous Financials
- Smart Money Daily
- Stock Trading To Go
- The Digerati Life
- The Financial Ladder
- The Frugal Duchess
- The Frugal Law Student
- The Happy Rock
- The Money Mythos
- The One Year Exit Plan
- The Personal Finance Weblog
- The Simple Dollar
- The Wastrel Show
- Tired but happy
- We’re In Debt
- Wise Bread
- Worldwide Success
I do read through my list every day. I actually read about 20% of the articles, and comment on about 5-10%.
So let me know what other sites you like and I’ll add them. Keep it Personal Finance though!
FIRE Finance says
Thanks for including us in your list. Pretty exhaustive list indeed.
Thank you! I am very honored to be a part of this list. I don’t use readers, but you are in my Technorati Faves. 🙂
Wow, what an extensive list! How do you find the time to get through this list?
Thanks for including me in your list.
Mr Credit Card says
Thanks for mentioning our site. It is an honor.
Great list. There’s a few on there that I didn’t have in my reader yet…cool!
I’m still a *very* new guy in this arena but I’d be honored if you’d have a look at mine (linked through name in comment).
Wow. You read that many everyday? Dude. I have work to do. Don’t you? (j/k I know CD works hard for his money.)
This is a heck of a post. Good Post.
Clever Dude says
Actually, I don’t work very hard. I have a good bit of downtime waiting for the developers to finish.
Mike, thanks for including me. I read alot of blogs daily too…just skim most of the articles, and then really read the one’s that interest me, or I star them for a later read.
I use Google Reader which makes all of this real easy.
I personally read Cash Money Life everyday. 😉
My feedreader only has 50 pf blogs in it, but I read them everyday. It is a lot to keep up with, but I think I might have room for some more. I’ll have to check out some of your recommended reads.
I am honored to be on your reading list. You are on mine. I have no idea how you find the time to read this many blogs everyday. My blog list is about 20 blogs long, and I only manage to read them every other day…
Clever Dude says
Ah, Shadox, but I only skim, and I read only a few full articles each day. I started out reading every single thing, but I don’t have the time or attention anymore to read everything.
I know which one I like the most on there! 🙂 Thanks for the mention. It is getting quite hard to keep up with everyone’s articles 🙂
Brip Blap says
#9!! I knew choosing a blog name starting with B would pay off! Now if only I had called it Aardvark Money…
Thanks for the mention, and just for the record you’re in my reader, too!
Mark A says
Hmmm, I guess I better keep commenting on the Clever Dude at our site. We don’t stay 100% financial, but lots of times we talk about money 🙂
Clever Dude says
Mark, you’ve been added to the list.
Mark A says
Thanks a bunch!
Thanks for including me in your list. I’ve got you in my Google Reader too.
Brip Blap: I thought about calling my site something that starts with 1 or even a #1 just so I always started on top if I get added to blogroll. Obviously I ended up not doing so but sometimes I would regret it 🙂
I bet 1MansMoney is having good results. 🙂
Thanks for the mention CD!
Sometimes I get Google reader overload, especially when I haven’t visited it in a few days. Yours kooks like a good list to me, thanks for my inclusion 🙂
Hey thanks for the link! And thanks for reading!