Just under a year and a half ago, I joined the Yakezie Challenge. After meeting all of the requirements of the challenge, I became a full member in September. One of the benefits of the Yakezie network is the teams.
Yakezie teams are like mini-Yakezie networks. Team members offer mutual support in the way of social sharing and commenting, plus any other stuff they decide. When I was living in a motel with no kitchen, one of my winter team members helped out with a guest post on my food blog, even if that site wasn’t in a team. I may have forgotten to tell them this, but all of my team members have an open invitation to guest post here.
Teams aren’t limited to just members, but challengers can participate and probably get more benefit than the members do. I’m just glad I can help them.
So, without further ado, here is Yakezie Summer Team #2:
Faithful With a Few
Personal Finance From A Biblical Perspective
Grayson is the owner of Debt Roundup, a personal finance blog that is dedicated to debt and money. After a brush with massive credit card debt, Grayson is own a path of financial independence.
Tie the Money Knot
Tie The Money Knot is a personal finance blog that delves into money and relationships. A broad set of topics are discussed, including money issues related to dating, marriage, in-laws, estate planning, friends, and others within the realm of personal finance.
Mom and Dad Money
site: Mom and Dad Money
Matt Becker is a full-time father and husband and part-time financial nerd. His site, Mom and Dad Money, is dedicated to helping new parents provide financial security for their families.
Money for College Project
DJ works in financial services at a large public university. He also writes for HireMeHigherEd, a Higher Ed employment solutions company, and founded the Money for College Project. He is always looking for new ways to help students and parents understand and manage their college finances.
Stacking Benjamins (coming soon)
On Target Coach
Brent is a financial blogger and coach who believes personal finances should be fun and understandable to anyone willing to try. His summer goal is to do a CrossFit muscle up on the rings.
Improve the relationship that you have with your money and, as a result, improve your life
Fat Free Personal Finance
Get skinny on your money
You will probably be reading a lot from these bloggers in the coming months as they comment here and I make a concerted effort to share their posts here when relevant.