This week we want to highlight a few of our favorite debt free living blogs!
Eight years ago, our family got tired of being in debt. So we decided to do something about it. We became debt free by paying off $67,630 in just 16 months. You can read more about our debt free story HERE!
Needless to say, it was a life changing experience. We were so passionate about living debt free so we decided to launch our site, Everyday Thrifty, in 2019 to share money saving tricks and tips to help others gain financial freedom.
There are, of course, many families who have had a similar experience. The personal finance blogosphere is full of people just like us who love saving money, living frugally, and staying out of debt. So we want to make sure that you find out about other beneficial debt free living blogs out there today.
Each of these blogs will inspire you to be intentional with your money. Whether you’re looking for cheap recipe ideas or easy-to-use budget sheets, there’s something for everyone.
11 Debt Free Living Blogs to Follow this Year
Steph at Intentional Saver is passionate about educating her followers to be intentional with their finances. She provides actionable tips to help people save money to meet their financial goals. And I love her practical advice on how to reduce costs on every day things and tricks to earn more money on the side.
Thrifty Frugal Mom is all about how to live well on a budget. Site owner, Lydia, provides her readers with a wide array of resources to live a full life without the feeling of being “without.” You’ll find articles on everything from easy frugal recipes to money saving ideas to thrifty homemaking inspiration.
If you’re looking for easy-to-follow tips on living a frugal life, don’t miss this site! Melanie has excellent resources to help others save money and live below their means through her own personal experience. I love her recipes and be sure to check out her budget cheatsheets!
Saving Talents looks at life from a faith-based perspective by educating you to be a wise steward of your money. This jam-packed site is filled with everything for today’s families including educational resources for kids, family-friendly recipes, faith-based resources, free printables, and so much more!
Rachel Teodoro’s blog focuses on being real about everyday life. She is another lover of all things thrifty and her knack for saving money will help others on their debt free journey. And don’t miss her awesome monthly money-saving challenges to keep you accountable with your finances and also her creative ideas to earn cash on the side.
Sarah from I Heart Frugal blogs about just about everything frugal. She has the wisdom and expertise to encourage you along your debt free journey because she’s been there! On her blog, you’ll find solid advice about saving money, budgeting, and all things frugal so you can pay down debt, invest, and build your financial future.
The Budget Mom has become an absolute powerhouse name in the debt free community. She makes living a budget life so incredibly simple and motivating. In addition to tons of free resources, she also offers a few amazing paid courses on budgeting and saving money at a very reasonable price.
Lauren Greutman is a personal finance guru that has been featured on Good Morning America, Fox & Friends, and more! Her site is chocked full of simple, actionable tips for debt-free living. She also has helpful content on side hustles and meal prep ideas. And you’ll definitely want to sign-up for her Free Guide to Stop Money Stress!
Fun Cheap or Free is the site of Jordan Page which has been featured on several major media outlets! Jordan has a candid and quirky take on personal finance and productivity that you can’t help but find engaging and educational. She makes finances actually FUN and incredibly relatable by sharing her own tips, tricks, and daily life experiences.
Smart Money Mamas is really a one-stop-shop to help you build a positive and confident outlook on your finances. Site owner, Chelsea, has a massive collection of free resources like articles, videos, and even a podcast! Her mission to help you develop a healthy relationship with your money that you can’t miss!
Inspired Budget focuses on the foundations of personal finances like budgeting, getting out of debt, and saving money to help you take control of your finances. Allison’s approach is to help people who feel stuck with their money attain financial freedom. She has a plethora of free resources that are perfect for anyone wanting to get a handle on their spending and develop a solid financial plan to get out of debt and stay out of debt!
We’re all at different places in life! But no matter where you are – single, newly married, or putting kids through college – living debt free can be an attainable goal.
We hope you find our frugal family living content helpful here at Everyday Thrifty and that you’re ready to check out these other inspirational financial bloggers!
Do you have any personal success stories from following the advice of any of these bloggers? If so, let us know. We’d love to hear about it!
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