You should! Whether it’s my blog, or another’s (yes yes, I know you cheat on me!), you gotta hook ’em all up with a vote in this year’s Plutus Awards :) There are a TON of awesome categories out there, including places for your favorite credit cards and bank accounts too which is kinda cool, so be sure to take a few mins and vote for some of the ones you absolutely love.
Here are a few categories that magically come to mind when I think of Budgets Are Sexy – I don’t know why? ;)
- Blog of The Year
- Most Controversial Personal Finance Blog
- Most Humorous Personal Finance Blog
- Best Personal Finance Blog for Teens or College Students
- Best Multi-Part Series (maybe our “side hustle” series?)
- Best Microblog (@BudgetsAreSexy?)
Again though, whether it’s this blog, or any others out there that you can’t live without, I’m sure the blogger there would be super elated to have a nod of support like that – it really means a lot to us. Contrary to popular belief, we don’t all do it for the money :) We do it for you. And the nookie.
You can cast your vote here.
PS: This year’s winners will be announced at our very own Financial Bloggers Conference next month! Where we get to act all important-like, and pretend we’re rock stars instead of nerds ;)
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