There are a lot of “Retire Early financial blogs”.
This is a list of sites that I personally find most helpful, along with a short comment as to why I like these sites. (this list will be growing) You might find me hanging out in some of the discussion on their posts.
You can read more about my journey over the past 2 years that led me to writing and learning more in this space.
Great summary resource, with excellent lists by age category and net worth.
This young man is a lawyer by trade and features side hustle summaries of how he supplements his income. Everything from delivering stuff for Postmates to selling stuff he finds on the trash. This guy hustles!
Sam is the 800 pound gorilla of the Personal finance space. What I like about Sam and his site, is that it was born out of the financial crisis in 2008-9 and he’s never looked back. He walks the walk and talks the talk.
Similar to Sam’s site, retire by 40 is an open and authentic site, that details a stay at home Dad’s early retirement with some great tips on a wide variety of topics. Real estate is part of the focus here.
Married with Money
Dave is a cool and approachable guy. I just enjoy the mid-western charm and honesty of this site. Good solid writing and practical advice for young people starting out.
Good financial advice and tips with an edge to the writing.
Coming Soon (resources specific to the 50+ Crowd)
With 10,000 Baby Boomers retiring every day, this is huge area for growth. At 50, I found myself needing more resources for both a career change and a path toward retirement. The traditional view of retirement is changing rapidly and I’m excited about contributing to this category and helping others navigate these waters.