Who are the personal finance bloggers in the Caribbean? I’ve scoured the internet streets to find out exactly who has been helping Caribbean people get their finances in order. 2020 was one for the record books and will go down in history as one of the most memorable years of all time. I’ve had lots of time to reflect on my life, the decisions that I have made and the progress that I have made with this blog.
We have some pretty amazing people in the Caribbean who are working hard and making tangible differences in people’s financial lives. If you are serious about making a change for the better, there is at least one person on the following list of personal finance bloggers, websites and influencers in the Caribbean who will help you to get there.
About Thriving Dollars: Thriving Dollars is building a community of financially literate people. After her financial life collapsed, Kenishia fought tirelessly to get her finances on track. This inspired the creation of Thriving Dollars, which is a haven for people in financial difficulty.
Must Read: The Financial Autobiography of Kenishia Mais
About Money Matters With Melinda: Melinda is one of the Caribbean’s top personal finance experts. She’s a published author who recently released a financial course for children. Give your child the gift of financial knowledge with a personal finance book or course from Melinda.
Must Watch: How to Track Your Spending
About Financially S.M.A.R.T Advice: Cheryl Simpson was living in a financial mess until she learnt how to manage her money through budgeting, saving, decreasing her debt and setting goals. Now she’s sharing her experiences with the world.
Must Read: The 7 Cardinal Virtues of Money
About Caribbean Money Moves: It’s a personal finance podcast, a blog, and a social media community that is built on the belief that everybody can be financially secure. Authored by CJ, and supported by a knowledgeable Caribbean community.
About The Finance Lounge Barbados: Like the Finance Lounge says, “Don’t be scared, it’s just money.” In the lounge, you will learn all of the personal finance tips that you need to suck it up and get your financial life together.
Must Read: Sinking Fund Ideas
About GenCentsible: GenCentsible is Robyn’s journey from paying down debt to building wealth. Follow GenCentsible on Instagram to see Robyn’s wins and losses and to learn a thing or two about personal finance.
Must Read: My Take on Dave Ramsey’s 7 Baby Steps
About Stretching the Dollar: Rudo is a seasoned financial consultant with several years’ of experience helping clients to navigate through the finance waters. Join him and his wife Shona as they guide you to financial literacy.
Must Read: Financial Soccer – Game On!
About Mummy is Debt Free: A Bajan mum’s journey juggling life as a single mum with a mortgage and a great attitude. Follow Alison as she navigates each day with purpose and focused steps.
Must Read: Teaching a Six Year Old About Money
About The Financial Physician: For your financial health check-up every six months, schedule an appointment for your regular dose of financial literacy. Authored by Tennycia Gill, the one and only Financial Physician.
Must Watch: Tennycia Talks – Generational Wealth
About Millennial Finance Trinidad and Tobago: A blog about money, personal finance and everything in between. Lorenzo Mohammed selflessly shares inspiring details about his financial journey to empower others.
About Debt Free Caribbean: Husband and wife team of Dwayne and Kelly, outline their family of six’s journey to a debt free life. Follow their trek through no spend challenges, goal setting and tracking their savings.
Must Read: Run Your Finances Like a Successful Business
About The Financial Coaching Centre: A personal finance service tailored to help you feel better about money. Authored by Nicholas Dean, a Financial Coach, Trainer, Mentor and Advisor.
Must Read: Money in Your Kitchen
About Militant Money Management: A Caribbean based saving, debt management and budgeting resource that encourages you to take control of your finances. Authored by Latoya and Josiah.
About Odd Cents: A personal finance blog with a Caribbean and global focus, designed to show you the ins and outs of budgeting and how it can improve all aspects of your life. Topics include side hustles, insurance, emergency funds and budgeting.
Must Read: Top Reasons Why Emergency Funds Save Lives