Women’s Empowerment Wednesday

WPW1Recently, I was asked to participate in “Women Empowerment Wednesday” in order to show solidarity with other female writers and bloggers I admire.  And after yesterday’s post about women tearing each other down, I was more than happy to oblige.  You know, GIRL POWER and all of that.  So, in order to honor the female bloggers that I know and love, I’m totally going to highlight a few of them and try to embarrass them a little.  Shall we begin?

How-I-Make-Money-Online1Michelle at Making Sense of Cents- Starting a blog can be a lonely endeavor when you’re first starting out.  However, Michelle made it less lonely by reaching out to me almost immediately after I started.  Since then she’s offered me all kinds of advice on everything from writing income updates to affiliate links and more.  Michelle’s income updates are always extremely inspiring and she helps push me to be the best I can be.  If you haven’t checked out Michelle’s blogs, please do:

Making Sense of Cents

Diversified Finances

budget blondeBudget Blonde- If you’re looking for advice on frugality and living well on a budget, look no further than Budget Blonde.  In fact, she’s currently in the midst of her most frugal project yet: creating two babies at once.  Yeah, you read that right.  One hospital bill for two babies?  How’s that for frugality? Anyways, I truly do enjoy Cat’s blog and the way her personality shines through each and every post.  If you haven’t checked out Cat’s blog, you’re totally missing out.

Budget Blonde

about-kimEyes on the Dollar- Aside from having the catchiest blog name ever (she’s an optometrist, get it?), Kim is also a super-frugal blogging momma, much like me.  Kim offers all kinds of awesome advice on her site, mixed in with some sarcasm and self-deprecating humor which I happen to enjoy.  Kim also pursues credit card rewards and is happy to share her churning wisdom with the rest of us.  Want to hear more?  Check out the blog:

Eyes on the Dollar

Who are your favorite female bloggers?  Please share in the comments below!

 
About Holly

Holly Johnson is a wife, mother of two, and frugal lifestyle enthusiast. She is the co-founder of Club Thrifty and a staff writer at Get Rich Slowly, Frugal Travel Guy, and U.S. News and World Report's "My Money Blog." Holly has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Kiplinger Personal Finance, Fox Business, and Daily Finance.

Comments

  1. I really enjoy Pauline at reach financial independence and Mochi mac at save spend splurge. You’re still my favorite Indianapolis blogger.

  2. Thanks for sharing! I love them all too. Girl Power!

  3. Yankeegal says:

    Katy @ The Non Consumer Advocate is great!

  4. All three of those bloggers are on my daily reading list! There’s too many to list so I won’t throw any additional names out there, but there definitely are some great female bloggers in the blogosphere.

  5. Michelle’s blog(s) are awesome for new and experienced bloggers, and I love following Cat’s frugal adventures in having twins. I haven’t been following Kim, though, so I am excited to add her to my list of daily reads! Thanks for supporting some ladies!

  6. I’m a man so can I comment here? :) These are simply three of the best in the personal finance space that I love reading as well.

  7. Yay thank you so much Holly! I’m so glad that I can bother you whenever I have a question :)

  8. All excellent blogs – it could just be that my perception is off, but it seems that there are more successful women bloggers out there than men! Girl power is definitely alive and well.

  9. I love this, after your last post about the reader “complaint”. We need to empower each other in everything we do, so this is great! I have a lot of favourite female bloggers, I wouldn’t be able to pick just a couple!

  10. My head just got three sizes bigger! Thanks for including me on that amazing list. There is some pretty strong girl power out there in the blogosphere, and you are certainly toward the top of that list. One thing I’ve learned from all the ladies is that there should never be excuses or can’ts. I’m glad I found such a great group to motivate me and keep me focused!

  11. All excellent blogs and writers Holly and all are included in my daily reading! Like DC, I won’t throw any more out there as there are too many to count.

  12. I subscribe to each of those blogs! They’re all fantastic writers. Erin at Broke Millenial (http://brokemillenial.com) and Deia at Nomad Wallet (http://nomadwallet.com) are two more of my favorite female finance bloggers.

  13. Thanks for sharing. Since you’re my favorite go to blog I’m guessing these are going to be just as great!

  14. There are far too many to name, but these three are great, along with you! I’m all for the empowerment of my fellow female bloggers.

  15. The pf blogosphere is full of awesome, inspiring women. Love it!

  16. You and all three of the ones listed are on my list! I work with Cat all of the time and I think she is awesome. I also work with Kim from time to time!

  17. Great bloggers, that’s for sure. All three of those are top notch!

    But, you know….still waiting for my shout out….

  18. Definitely three of the best bloggers out there! We really do have an amazing community of women (and men too!) and I’m still laughing over “One hospital bill for two babies? How’s that for frugality?” Brilliant. Simply brilliant. :)

  19. Aw thanks Holly!! And all these comments are so nice too… Seriously blushing over here. :D

  20. Great post. I love seeing women succeed, especially when it comes to money and business. Way to go girls.

  21. All excellent blogs. I’m not about to stir the pot though, there are too many other great ones out there to even mention!

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