Need Help Living Frugally? Follow These 6 Twitter Accounts Today!
Twitter can be a rough, confusing place sometimes. (Okay, all the time.) But that doesn’t mean there aren’t great accounts out there with genuinely thoughtful life advice.
That’s why we think you should follow these six great Twitter accounts that are chock full of helpful financial tips. If you want advice on couponing, affordable recipes, cheap travel, or just how to build a working household budget so you can avoid payday and title loans, these Twitter follows are the right choice for you!
|1. Crystal Paine – @MoneySavingMom|
Crystal Paine takes couponing and family budgeting to a whole new level. Check out her site, MoneySavingMom.com for deals, coupons, freebies/giveaways, and tips on managing your money.
|2. Family Balance Sheet – @FamBalanceSheet|
At Family Balance Sheet, you’ll get personal stories, practical tips, and affordable recipes from Kristia, a former corporate employee who went from managing millions, to creating a happy and peaceful home for less.
|3. Amy Suardi – @Frugal_Mama|
Amy Suardi created the Frugal Mama blog to help moms and families learn how to save money and live fulfilling lives. She covers budget travel, saving money, and frugal parenting advice, among many other things.
|4. Mom and Dad Money – @MomAndDadMoney|
At Mom and Dad Money, their mission is to help you take control of your money so you can take care of your family. It’s a great site for new parents to get financial advice tailored to your specific situation.
|5. The Frugal Girl – @TheFrugalGirl|
The Frugal Girl is a financial blogger who writes to inspire others to live on less with a perky attitude. At her website you’ll find picture-filled posts about practical, everyday frugal living. You’ll also find affordable recipes, DIY projects, and frugal home decor ideas.
|6. Six Figures Under – @SixFiguresUnder|
The Six Figures Under blog is designed to be a financial resource for you and your family. You’ll get advice on debt, budgeting, finance, frugal-living, increasing your income, and even a little motivation to keep going.
And last of all, don’t forget us! The OppLoans Twitter feed is a fantastic financial resource for anyone looking to live their dreams while staying within their means. You can find us at @OppLoans!
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