When I first started this blog, it was not easy finding other women blogging about personal finance. As I got more immersed in the personal finance community, I realized there were more women who money than I originally thought. Still not that many single girl money bloggers though. So to keep track, I thought I’d compile a list. The list at Tread Lightly, Retire Early helped me connect with other female personal fiance bloggers, so I know these lists are helpful especially for new bloggers like me. I just niched it down a bit to single girls- single meaning never married, childless, sans relationship, boos, or baes 🙂
Here’s my list of single girl money bloggers, in no particular order. If you or someone you know needs to be added to the list, feel free to comment below with a link and two to three sentences telling me about your blog. I’ll update the list periodically. Thanks, y’all!
Introducing the List of Single Girl Money Bloggers
This is yours truly. A single 30-something, openly Christian human woman. I love watching TV while eating takeout, and I want to retire early. I started really getting into savings and investing late 2017 when I stumbled upon the FIRE (financial independence, retire early) community. In 2018, I made the decision to try to save for a sabbatical and maybe if all goes well continue the journey to early retirement.
“A few years ago, I lost everything, almost every dollar I ever had to my name. But after a few pity parties (okay, a lot of them), I picked myself up, dusted myself off, and transformed my relationship with money. I don’t earn a great deal of money. And I certainly would never be able to earn enough in my entire lifetime to replace the 9-digit inheritance that I lost.”
“A mid-30s, long-term single woman with a humanities PhD and a desire to keep afloat without a second income — as well as to catch up after a dozen financially “lost” post-college years. I write primarily about my own life and finances, and I’m obviously no professional; any advice I give is to be taken with plenty of salt.”
“A 40-something single woman living in the U.S. This blog chronicles my slow climb out of deep debt. My “double debt” refers to the $140+K twin terrors of student loan debt ($112,000+) and credit card debt ($30,000+). “Single woman” will address the difficult choices, challenges, and opportunities that those without partners experience when dealing with large debt alone.”
“A 33 year old female residing in northern Florida where I earn my living as an attorney. I currently earn approximately $80,000 a year at a small law firm in the area. I love to read, I like to write and knit. I am single with no prospects, but I think I have steeled myself to become an old maid.”
“Jane’s ADHD has always made managing her finances a challenge. But not wanting to retire broke, she has made it her absolute mission to rid of nearly $81,000 of debt by embracing a Cash Only Lifestyle. Fueled by iced coffee and veggies.”
“My name is Erin and I’m a 20-something living and working in DC. In 2016 I started to feel like I was living paycheck-to-paycheck, and in early 2017 I decided to finally get a handle on my finances. I fell down the rabbithole of personal finance blogs and emerged as a personal finance blogger myself! I’m using this blog to document my path to financial independence, as someone living on a not-so-big salary in a high-cost-of-living area.”