Firstly, Happy New Year! We hope you had a great holiday and feel rested, refreshed, and ready to get your finances in order. January can be a hard month to get through, as December always seems to have a knock-on effect in the New Year due to overspending. Well, don’t get too worried yet…...
At Douugh we want you to have access to the best information out there when it comes to your finances! Every month we will put together a list of our highly recommended and favourite content! Don’t thank us yet, have a read and let us know what you think.
Well, some lucky few know a lot and all that information is out there waiting for us to get a hold of. We’ve done the boring part and found the gem’s amongst all the rubbish!
Here is a list of experts who can teach us a lot and guide us through this mind field. Happy reading, listening, and learning!
Erin Lowry’s Broke Millennial is focused on 20 to 30 somethings who are dealing with both paying off debt and beginning to plan for the future. With a relatable and emotional tone, this book is a great primer for thinking about money.
The Penny Hoarder’s mission is to make personal finance less intimidating and accessible. They do this by providing inspiration and actionable advice to millions of readers on how to make, save and manage money.
The Mad Fientist advice is actionable and challenges listeners to abandon old ideas about what retirement and financial independence should look like and when it should happen. It not only discusses the basics like planning and saving, but they also extend to things like how to find happiness as we pursue our money goals.