The 5 Best Personal Finance Reads Of July!


Can you believe the weekend is upon us again? I have to say I’m looking forward to mine. We don’t get much sun over here in the UK, not proper sun anyway. So when the sun is out in full force you really have to make the most of it. My wife and I have got a lovely weekend planned with the Kids and we’re also going to be meeting up with some good friends at the local park for a barbecue.

With the weekend upon us it’s also time for my monthly personal finance reading list. I’ve read many great posts around the web this month but I’ve taken the time to list my top five below for you to enjoy. My favourite of these posts came from Mr.CBB over @ The Canadian Budget Binder. The post shows just how important it is for us to set a good example for our kids when it comes to financial matters. Many of us have become far too used to getting out the plastic to pay for our wants and not our needs. We also don’t save as much money as we really should. Mr.CBB’s blog helps us to see the importance of budgeting and saving for the future and this particular blog post shows what an amazing effect these principles can have on our kids and even generations after that, be sure to take a look.

July Has Seen Some Great Posts From My Fellow Personal Finance Bloggers, Here Are My Picks Of The Bunch!

Canadian Budget Binder

My Childhood Shaped My Financial Future – A really nice read with some good tips!

See Debt Run

Tomorrow – How Tomorrow makes things worse or better depending on how you use it!

Modest Money

Take Advice From Personal Finance Bloggers With A Grain Of Salt – How Could We Not Include This Great Guest Post!

Work Save Live

Being Cheap or Frugal – 12 Signs You’ve Gone Too Far – Sometimes it’s just not worth it!

Bog Of Debt

Oh what a slippery slope…  – How things start to go wrong with money!

I hope the sun is shining for you this weekend but if it’s not then I’m sure these posts will keep you occupied, have a great weekend everyone!

Excellent Work, Looking Forward To August!

5 Responses to The 5 Best Personal Finance Reads Of July!

  1. Modest Money says:

    Thank you for mentioning my post as a top 5. If only all guest posts got this kind of exposure.

  2. Thanks mate for the mention. That was a guest post by a fan of my Facebook Community and the blog. I simply enjoy when the fans step up and share their story with our community.

  3. Great list-some of these were my favs too!

  4. jefferson says:

    Thank you so much for including me, MoneyB!!

    To share the love, if I may–
    You are one of my favorite new PF blogs out there, for the record!! 🙂

    • Money Bulldog says:

      Thanks Jefferson, that’s a massive compliment. You’ll know how much effort goes into writing these articles so it’s really nice to get some recognition from a blog as good as yours!

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