Are you ready to make some real money moves?

In September, the CapWay team attended FinCon, a conference where money nerds get together to trade lessons and grow their businesses. We met and learned about so many amazing creators who are flipping the rules on everything you thought you knew about handling your money.


Here are a few blogs that we love. 


Sugar & Money 

Founder: Jackie Jones

Website: SugarandMoney.com

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Jackie of Sugar and Money (@sugarandmoney) is committed to helping you live “a sweet life with sweet finances.” Jackie is transparent and shares with her readers that she is on the same journey as anyone. On her blog, she shares regular updates on her debt pay down journey. 


​Why we love Sugar & Money: Her debt payoff check-ins. You can’t beat seeing someone’s journey in real-time. Check out Jackie’s latest debt check-in


The Millennials Next Door

Founder: Andre Albritton



Andre Albritton of The Millennials Next Door (@themillennialsnextdoor) has created financial courses, articles, and financial freedom boot camps to educate the Gen Y and Gen Z audience. 


Why we love The Millennials Next Door: We love 4 Frugal Rules to Follow Daily. Not everyone can fully commit to the frugal life, but this article shares quick and easy tips anyone can use to keep spending under control. 


Zero-Based Budget

Founder: Cindy Zuniga

Website: Zero-BasedBudget.com



Cindy of Zero-Based Budget Coaching (@zerobasedbudget) graduated law school in June 2015 with over $200,000 of debt. She turned her fear into action and started learning as much as she could about personal finance. Today, Cindy has paid off half of her student loan balance and is sharing what she has been learning along the way. 


Why we love Zero-Based Budget: Zero-Based Budget's Q&A Highlight on Instagram. Cindy answers questions that are submitted by her followers. Her Instagram page is full of money tips on shopping, budgeting, her debt journey, and more. 


I Don't Do Budgets

Founder: Sierra Howard

Website: IDontDoBudgets.com


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Sierra Howard (@idontdobudgets) helps millennials break the traditional standards of “financial success.” Howard struggled with budgeting for a long time until she came up with a new way to track her finances. She shares what she learned in her book, The Financial Freedom Planner. She also has a personal finance podcast dedicated to millennials of color, where she features various experts to discuss a range of topics from stocks, real estate, and building generational wealth.


Why we love Sierra Howard: Podcast Episode: How to Go From Trap to Wall Street 


MissBeHelpful

Founder: Yanely Espinal

Website: MissBeHelpful.com



Yanely Espinal of Miss BeHelpful (@missbehelpful) is helping millennials learn about finances in a relatable and fun way. She has a YouTube channel where she talks about credit building, budgeting, stock market investing, and more.  

 

Why we love MissBeHelpful: The YouTube video “How to Negotiate Your Salary and Get More Money" Yanely gets you prepared to make the ask--she breaks down stats, tips on negotiating, and some practice exercises. 


We hope you enjoy these blogs as much as we do at CapWay.

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