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LGBTQIA+ Personal Finance Blogs and Creators to Follow

It’s Pride Month and although we too enjoy celebrating with parties and rainbows galore, it is important to remember pride is so much more than that. Pride is about action and supporting those in the LGBTQIA+ community this month and every day to come. 

We wanted to take the time to highlight just a few of our favorite personal finance blogs and creators in the LGBTQIA+ community. Did we miss your favorite? Let us know and we would love to add them in!

Make Real Cents

Carmen Perez started her blog, Make Real Cents, to document her journey to becoming debt free. She has made some major progress and wants to help her community do just the same! Don’t miss her on social here and check out her website for budgeting worksheets and tips galore.

I Like to Dabble 

Do you have a side hustle? Then you need to get to know Daniella Flores. I Like to Dabble is filled with blog posts, courses, and a free resource library all about how your side hustle can support the lifestyle, career, and future you always wanted. Daniella’s social is here which has some great money memes, too.

The Avocado Toast Budget

No one taught us financial literacy in school, but somehow we are expected to know how to budget, save, and invest the moment we are handed a paycheck. That is where Lexa VanDamme is stepping in. If you are looking for a judgement-free space to gain tips on all things personal finance – check her blog out here and social here!

Gay Husbands on Fire

Is becoming financially independent and/or retiring early a goal of yours? Then definitely check out Gay Husbands on Fire on Instagram here! Their goal is to reach financial independence by 2031 and are sharing their journey including their real time financial numbers and goals. 

A Purple Life

Retiring early is a common goal for many including the mind behind the blog A Purple Life. Originally when this blog started the writer’s goal was to retire at the age of 35. Not only was their goal already reached, but they retired five years earlier than expected at age 30! Follow along with their weekly updates.

FireBird Finance

More financial independence you say? We hear you. Meet Emily and Kayla! They are both on the path to achieving financial independence and you can easily catch up on their journey starting in 2017 if you haven’t been tuning in already. Check out their blog here!

Debt Free Guys

David and John are good friends of The Financial Gym and their mission is to help you live the life YOU want to live, without sacrificing financial security. You can visit their website here or follow them on social media. They were also just on the Financially Naked podcast with our Financial Trainer Mike which you can listen to here!

Modern FImily

Nic and Court are a married couple with one daughter Finn and another baby on the way! They achieved financial independence in 2018 and had to adjust their FIRE number when they decided to continue to grow their family. FIRE is not an easy goal, especially with children involved, but Nic and Court are true believers, even with children! Visit their website and blog here!



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LGBTQIA+ Personal Finance Blogs and Creators to Follow is written by The Financial Gym Team for financialgym.com

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