Recently, I wrote about the only personal finance sites I visit every day, and I made an offhand mention of having a lot of sites that I peruse daily via Google Reader, even if I don’t visit the site itself daily.
This begged an obvious question that several readers called me on: what do you read in Google Reader? Since I read about 100 blogs and the majority of them aren’t related to personal finance and personal development (think parenting and also the blogs of friends), and I’m constantly giving new blogs a try to see if they stick around for me, it wouldn’t make much sense to post all of the sites I have in Google Reader.
Instead, I went and took my list of feeds from about three months ago from my old feed reader, eliminated all of the ones that weren’t personal finance or personal productivity related, and then compared this list to the ones I read today. I was left with twenty five blogs, so here’s my recommended reading list.
43 Folders (personal productivity)
An English Major’s Money (personal finance with mature student perspective)
Consumerism Commentary (personal finance and consumer info)
D*I*Y Planner (personal development)
Dumb Little Man (a mix of things)
Fat Pitch Financials (personal finance)
Five Cent Nickel (personal finance)
Generation X Finance (personal finance)
Get Rich Slowly (mostly personal finance)
I Will Teach You To Be Rich (personal finance, entrepreneurship)
Lazy Man and Money (personal finance)
Lifehacker (personal productivity)
lifehack.org (personal productivity)
Mighty Bargain Hunter (personal finance)
Money, Matter, and More Musings (personal finance)
My Money Blog (personal finance)
My Open Wallet (personal finance)
Not Made of Money (personal finance)
Open Loops (personal productivity)
Productivity501 (personal productivity)
Queercents (personal finance)
The Digerati Life (personal finance)
What’s The Next Action? (personal productivity)
Wise Bread (personal finance)
Zen Habits (all kinds of stuff)
What about you? What sites (especially blogs) not listed here do you read for personal information and personal finance on the internet? Please post your favorites in the comments.