The 10 Twitter Bloggers that have caught my eye so far!


When you start to blog you realise just how many blogs are out there! Sorry if I’ve missed anyone but these guys are top of the pile for me so far!

A recent blog I’ve found but from what I’ve read so far Meghan really puts herself out there for all to see! Straight talking, no messing, oh & she loves yet hates her family! Work that one out!

A down to earth Canadian couple who want to help you save a dollar. Now this couple are frugal, some claim to be Frugal but they are the real deal! The even blog about how to make cheaper guacamole!

A savvy economics student who somehow manages to make money investing whilst on a budget. I’ll let her explain how!

A 27 year old trying to work her way out of debt whilst dealing with a cookie addiction! The two don’t really mix!

Michelle is a 23 year old trying to retire at 24 and travel! Though she knows this might be a bit optimistic she’s using her financial head to get there ASAP!

If you want to challenge your economic education Ashley will really make you think outside the box. If you want to delve deeper into finance and see how millionaires are made visit his blog. He will help you get there!

Ever seen the film confessions of a shopaholic? Erika is our very own Isla Fisher! She’ll show you how to overcome your shopping addiction and share her life experience along the way. I’ll warn you now though, this girl has energy! Hopefully you’ll feed off it!

This canny Scot shows you how to save money and can also show you the best places to holiday! If you’re interested in making your own money take note of this woman, she definitely has the entrepreneurial spirit!

This Canadian blogger doesn’t boast financial expertise and isn’t trying to make his way out of a mountain of debt. He blogs from a normal financial perspective. His experience will hopefully help you to keep going, as you make your way through the financial grind of everyday life.

A forty something couple trying to fight their debt with financial frugality. There’s no shame here just reality. Join this couple on their journey out of debt.

I hope you get as much enjoyment from these blogs as I have!

8 Responses to The 10 Twitter Bloggers that have caught my eye so far!

  1. Hi mate,
    Thanks for the mention and I’m glad you enjoy Canadian Budget Binder. As you can see I’m passionate about our food so I blog about frugal recipes that I make. Most importantly sharing our budgeting and Saving experiences with our fans.I’m simply amazed how many people want to talk about their finances and want help to understand.

    Glad to have you along for the ride. Cheers Mate and a pleasure to get to know you and your blog.

  2. Karen Bryan says:

    Thanks for inclusion.

    I’m also trying to help develop a UK personal finance community, so I’d love as many bloggers as possible to attend the Write on Finance Blog Up in Leeds over the weekend 22-23 September 2012:

    Tickets only cost £20 for independent personal finance bloggers, plus there’s a double prize draw:

  3. Thanks Adam. Appreciate the kind words. Going to have to take your advice and check out some of the other blogs. Thanks for the recommendations!

  4. This is so cooooooool Adam!! I love your descriptions of everyone’s blogs, because they are so so accurate. I’m glad I found you through twitter too 🙂 I’ve found a ton of blogs through twitter, it is such a great networking tool.

    So funny how you can feed off of my energy even through my words!

    • Adam Buller says:

      Glad you all liked it, didn’t want to misrepresent anyone! You’ve all got something special going on, keep it up!

  5. Thanks so much for the include Adam! I look forward to getting to know you more through twitter and your blog. Have a great week!

  6. Vanessa says:

    Thanks for including me!

  7. bogofdebt says:

    Thanks for including me! And mmmh cookies.

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