1. “15 Money Lessons I Learnt The Hard Way” by Bianca Bass

“Money is wonderful. It’s the difference between having choices and having none. It’s the difference between worrying about bills and having the mental space to think about more creative things.

I’m not saying you need to be balling on Instagram, by any means.

But quietly and gracefully enjoying your own money? Now that’s “#goals”.”


2.“10 Female Finance Bloggers Share The Best Money Advice They’ve Ever Received” by Natalie Bacon

“This group includes women who make over $100k / month, have appeared on Good Morning America, write for big publications (like Forbes) run their own financial planning firm, have published books, run their own podcast, and have successfully grown their own brands online. They’re each very inspiring to me! (They’re listed below in the order of how I received their responses.)

Okay, so here’s what they have to say about the best financial advice they ever received:”


3. “The Ultimate Financial Checklist To Get Your S#%! Together” by Britt & The Benjamins

“The first thing you did when you got a raise (or your first “big girl” job) is upgrade your car/wardrobe/apartment.

You simply just can’t figure out how you have no money left over at the end of the month.

Recognize yourself in any of these?

If you did, it’s ok. I’ve got you.”


4. “Financial Advice for College Students: A Graduate’s Tips” by Chase the Write Dream


5. “How To Save Money When You Live Paycheck-to-Paycheck” by Caroline Vencil

“How to Save Money When You Live Paycheck-to-Paycheck – No frilly examples or nonsense expenses to cut. Just the best ways to save money when you live paycheck-to-paycheck from someone who’s been there, too!”


6. “The Millenials Guide to Not Going Broke” by MyDomaine

“How confident do you feel about your financial future? If you’re unsure or perhaps a little concerned, you’re not alone. Research suggests that while 60% of women worry they won’t have enough money to last through retirement, only one in three Americans have a detailed budget. It seems we’re all nervous about the future, but we’re not taking control of our spending habits. If that sounds familiar, it’s time to ’fess up and get your finances on track. We’ve drawn on leading financial experts to create a simple, jargon-free, step-by-step guide.”


7. “How To Be Rich In Your 20s” by Mint Notion

“Managing your finances can be a little overwhelming, especially when you’re young. However, the sooner you start making a financial plan for yourself, the more time you have to create a bright future.

The smart money habits you make now can contribute to your long-term success. I’m not claiming to have all the answers since I’m still learning myself, but I am fortunate enough to not have any debt (nor have I been in debt before).”



Sarah Betty is creator & owner of The TopKnot Life an online resource for the getting-stuff-done women who don't have the time or energy to research. She is the mother who does better research than the FBI.


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