Wednesday, June 06, 2007

New Voices in the PF Blogosphere

Over the past couple of weeks, I've found a few newer PF blogs that I've enjoyed reading--I thought I'd point my readership towards a few of them. Most of these blogs are truly personal finance blogs--you get to know the bloggers as you read about their finances. That, as you may have inferred, is the kind of PF blog I like best. If you share that taste, or just want to check out something new, I recommend you take a look at these blogs:

Story Girl writes about just what you'd think, at My Money and My Life.

Olga gives us a taste of cross-cultural personal finance at Finance of a Russian Girl. It's really interesting to see how economy and culture affect individual finance.

At Kim's Kitchen Sink, finance is only one part of trying to establish an independent life in a big metro area.

The blogger at Her Every Cent Counts was a socialist--until she graduated from college. Like many of the quarterlife-crisis PF bloggers, she's trying to fit her financial goals into her general life planning.


Kim said...

Thanks for the shout out! (my last comment, for a while, I swear)

Krystal said...

Thanks, I'm going to check out those links! I already read Russian Girl, but I've never seen the other 3.

story girl said...

Thanks for the mention! I really appreciate it. I'm going to be sure to check out the other blogs you mentioned too. I really love blogs where you get to know the writer, so I am pleased that you characterized mine as one. :)

Olga said...

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and mentioning it here!