The roster of personal finance bloggers simply becomes larger. In the last three month since I wrote the post about My Fellow Bloggers, a number of new blogs have been established. Take a look at some of them:
MyMoneyBlog: Jonathan, or JP started this blog in December. His interim goal: $100,000 in non-retirement accounts by mid-2007. He blogged pretty frequently recently and shared a number of great deals. Take a look.
The Budgeting Babe: Nicole from Chicago, IL just started her "first real attempt at fiscal responsibility." In this blog, she showcases the different ways to save (and to resist the lure to spend). Take a look.
Neville's Financial Blog: Neville is a senior in college who brings to the table some fresh opinions. He also tracks his net worth regularly and just started to play with the stock market. Take a look.
The Money Monkey: Every post at The Money Monkey is a short Q&A. I especially love the quantitative analysis and a bit sense of humor. Not many posts recently though. Take a look.
To get some international flavor, check out Canadian Capitalist from Canada (of course) and Personal Finance rom Australia.
Aside from the above new additions, I am also regularly checking Flexo's Consumerism Commentary, which is updated frequently in the recent past. If you have more time, you might also want to take a look at Simplify My Life by Bruce, or Capital Ideas by Murray.
By the way, if you have too many blogs to manage, the most useful resource I use is Bloglines. If you haven't done it yet, just click this button to add PFBlog to your permanent collection at Bloglines: