Simple Money Magazine is a quarterly, digital publication full of practical financial advice for the modern family. It is designed specifically to help you handle your money more effectively and intentionally.
It is a special project I have been working on with one of the world’s best bloggers focused on intentional living: Brian Gardner of No Sidebar.
Together, we set out to create something helpful, informative, encouraging, beautiful, and inspirational. Money is the #1 source of stress in peoples’ lives and we wanted to help people on their journey.
Simple Money Magazine is entirely ad-free, reader-supported, reader-focused publication. Each issue of the magazine features expert contributors writing practical, helpful content for the modern family. Each article is chosen, not because of click-baity headlines, but because it contains information that all people can benefit from, living more fulfilling lives.
I am excited to be more involved in the Personal Finance space.
The magazine is digital—it can be read online or downloaded as a .pdf for your mobile reading device.
To give you a sense of the type of content in Simple Money Magazine, here are some of the articles in Issue 001:
The Antidote to Money Shame. by Bari Tessler, Financial therapist, mentor coach, author of The Art of Money: A Life-Changing Guide to Financial Happiness.
Separating Your Work, Your Income, and Your Job. by Vicki Robin, Social innovator, writer, and speaker. She is a coauthor, with Joe Dominguez, of the international bestseller Your Money or Your Life.
How to Save Your First $1,000. by Philip Taylor, Founder of FinCon, a nationwide expo for financial influencers.
Mind over Money. by Gary Belsky, Former editor-in-chief of ESPN The Magazine and co-author, with Thomas Gilovich, of Why Smart People Make Big Money Mistakes—and How to Correct Them.
Stop Spoiling Your Kids. by Neale Godfrey. Author of Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees: A Parent’s Guide to Raising Financially Responsible Children, #1 New York Times bestseller on teaching children aged three to twenty about money.
Plus 5 others (including mine). Ten articles total… in just the first issue.
You will find the magazine to be an intentionally simple, enjoyable reading experience. I hope you feel encouraged and challenged in your financial journey after reading it. There are a lot of people looking for help—this resource will provide it.
Simple Money is unique in its subscription model. We offer Lifetime Subscriptions for $25. A lifetime subscription offers access to all past, present, and future issues. No recurring bills, just a one-time subscription—we want people to read it and be encouraged by it.
Even better, to celebrate the launch, we’re offering a Buy One, Gift One Lifetime Subscription for $20 during the month of October. That’s two lifetime subscriptions—one for you and one for a friend or family member. But that offer ends October 31.
Or, if you prefer, individual issues can be downloaded for $6 directly through the website.
But for now, go check it out. Download the free, first issue to get a feel for the magazine. If you think the magazine will be helpful to you, your family, or a friend, subscribe.