Here are my favourite financial Bloggers in the Philippines, Canada, and anywhere in the globe. I’ll continue to update the list so keep on checking.
I love to hear from you. If you are blogging about finance or your favourite blogger is not on the list, let me know.
Some of the bloggers have become a millionaire in different currency (pesos, dollars, etc.). I emphasized them for inspiration and proof that it is possible to achieve financial freedom wherever you are.
Updated: September 11, 2019
Aya Laraya of Pesos and Sense – the first finance blog I’ve followed
Burn Gutierrez – former OFW
Edelweiza of Life in Manila
Fitz Villafuerte – my most favourite
Jill of Frugal Honey
Jun of The Simple Living Pinoy – I discovered this blog through Reddit
Maven of The Corporate Slave
Marvin of Do It Wais
Pinas for Good – my 2nd favourite, a millionaire in her 20’s
Vince Rapisura – founder of SEDPI, which provides financial literacy trainings to low-income OFWs
Dan Bartolotti of Canadian Couch Potato – index investing
Freedom 35 Blog – my most favourite; I learn the uncommon ways of investing and love the random useless facts
Jordan Maas of Money Maaster – he has passion in investing and cocktails
Kerry Taylor – Squawkfox – personal finance, budgetting
Nelson of Financial Uproar – I love the humour and straightforwardness
Sherry of Save. Spend. Splurge – my 2nd favourite, I always look forward to her book and music recommendation besides finance tips
Stephen Weyman of HowToSaveMoney
Steph and Cel of Incoming Assets – I discovered this couple from Vancouver via Exploring Alternatives (YouTube channel about tiny homes)
Tim Nash of Sustainable Economist – Socially Responsible Investing
More Financial Bloggers
Millionaire before 50 – a Filipino-American in the US who becomes a millionaire (US dollars).
J Money of Budgets are Sexy
Paula Pant of Afford Anything – catching up on the podcast (
50% already 100%), found it through FinancialUproar.com
iMoney Philippines – personal finance tips
PF Bloggers Directories
Do you want to discover more personal finance bloggers? Check out these directories that I joined or been invited to be part of the community:
You can also submit your blog to reach out and spread financial literacy whatever financial state you are in right now.
To all the bloggers, thank you so much. Pay it forward. Keep on blogging!