These are in no par­tic­u­lar order besides the one my brain spit out at me. I read all of these reg­u­lar­ly and get a lot out of them. Hell, most of these inspired me to either start my own FI jour­ney or start my own blog. Every­one I’ve met in per­son has been super nice and real­ly help­ful. Now.….… down the rab­bit hole. See you when you emerge from Won­der­land!

Mr. Mon­ey Mus­tache: do I real­ly need to say any­thing about him? didn’t think so

Mad Fien­tist: Great for arti­cles on tax­es and work­ing remote­ly. Almost FI.

Afford Any­thing: Real Estate, opti­miz­ing life, and gen­er­al hilar­i­ty.

Go Cur­ry Crack­er: FI, great for tax arti­cles and trav­el­ing

JLCollinsNH: Invest­ing!

Mon­ey Boss: J.D. Roth has a new blog­ging adven­ture. Also check out the old stuff on Get Rich Slow­ly.

Fru­gal­woods: Fru­gal extra­or­di­naires! Now they live on a rur­al home­stead in Ver­mont. Great for pic­tures of their adorable grey­hound.

Root of Good: Retired at 33 with 3 kids. Good for a look at a “nor­mal” FI life.

Even­Steven: Great for encour­age­ment as he just recent­ly became debt free! Lives in Chica­go except when I’m vis­it­ing (hah!).

Mr. 1500: Almost FI. Great for arti­cles on ren­o­vat­ing and dinosaur pic­tures.

Income Surfer: Just fin­ished an epic road­trip! With a tod­dler and a dog, he’s got my mad respect.

Taw­can: Great for thought pro­vok­ing arti­cles and div­i­dend advice.

Mil­len­ni­al Boss: anoth­er young blog­ger like me! Great for advice on deal­ing with the work­place as we slog towards FI.

Our Next Life: Anoth­er thought pro­vok­ing blog as they work towards FI.

Ditch­ing the Grind: a dual mil­i­tary fam­i­ly liv­ing sim­ply over­seas as they work towards FI

Amber Tree Leaves: A Bel­gian blog­ger who got a late start on FI.

Wealthy Accoun­tant: Real­ly great tax advice! (and oth­er stuff as he’s been FI for awhile now)

Fer­vent Finance: anoth­er youn­gin! A high earn­er trans­plant to the Mid­west for now.

The Fru­gal Vagabond: Great for arti­cles on real estate from afar.

Retire by Forty: A stay at home dad who is FI. Anoth­er great look at a “nor­mal” FI life with some real estate sprin­kled in.

Plant­i­ng Our Pen­nies: A younger cou­ple going for FI. I enjoy read­ing their updates!

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