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I make YouTube video’s because I want to help inspire others that taking hold of your finances is possible. And that you can make small and conscious decisions each day to work towards your goal while still living a full and happy life.
If you’ve ever looked beyond my channel on YouTube, which I am sure most of you have, you will know that I am not the only one with this goal in mind. There are several financial YouTube channels out there that can inspire you on your debt free journey.
Below are five of my favorites.
Christine and Josh, along with their three daughters, started daily vlogging way back in 2011 to show how they were working towards their debt free journey. They were the first Dave Ramsey related YouTube channel that I found and it quickly felt like they were my mentors guiding me along in the process.
Although they do not vlog much anymore it is so worth it go back and watch their videos. Their Debt Kickin’ Sunday series offers a ton of valuable information, as do their weekly dinner videos. Seriously, I still use Josh’s spaghetti sauce recipe as my go to.
Jordan Page, FunCheapOrFree
Jordan Page is one of the most popular frugal YouTubers, having graced our screens in an episode of Cheapskates as well as on the Today Show, Rachael Ray, and many others. Her website, Fun Cheap or Free, offers a wide array of advice on anything from budgeting to organizing and even parenting. And since she has 5 kids with another on the way, and has managed to keep them all alive so far, I happily take any advice she can dish my way. One of my favorite series she has right now is her Q&A sessions with her husband.
Pennies into Pearls
Brittany from Pennies into Pearls is another YouTube channel that I follow, along with her blog. I love this channel because Brittany often gives us her budget with real numbers, to let families know that paying off debt can be done on just one income. On top of that she also has a ton of DIY crafting ideas that can be done for cheap on her website, and a lot of good meal planning tips too.
Our Life…On A Budget
Our Life…On A Budget is a Canadian family who are following Dave Ramsey’s Baby Steps to get out of debt. Well, actually, they are out of debt (as is every channel I’ve posted if I remember correctly) but they still post videos on frugal living and how to handle life on a budget. I love to watch this channel because it lets me know that Dave Ramsey is not just for Americans. The principals are the same no matter what country you come from. I also like that they still post actively even though they are already out of deb.t
Okay, let me tell you. Although this couple has not put up a new video in over a year, they are hands down my favorite financial YouTube family. I actually first found them through their birth vlog and then realized they were on a debt free journey. Anna and Joel are just so real and relatable. Seriously from day one, I felt like Anna was a long lost best friend. Plus, they are doing this job on a freelance/ self-employed budget which is totally awesome.