Everyone knows the internet is an endless source of information on a variety of topics. You can YouTube exercise videos, look up recipes on Pinterest, and Google any kind of tutorial you might need. Even the world of finance has its own slew of blogs and resources but how do you know which ones to read? We try to give you the best information we can on our blog, but here are a few other blogs and social media resources to help you with your personal finance goals:

The Simple Dollar (http://www.thesimpledollar.com/) This blog is exactly what its title says, it’s a simple approach to personal finance. Trent Hamm took a DIY approach to figuring out his own personal finances and now he shares what he learned through The Simple Dollar. Posts cover everything from using credit cards to your advantage (and which cards have the best rewards), to small ways you can help your kids learn about money early on. Posts also include lifestyle tips such as organization and planning.

Get Rich Slowly (http://www.getrichslowly.org/blog/) Much like The Simple Dollar, Get Rich Slowly breaks down personal finance into every day issues. This blog navigates how to save more money, how to invest your money, and how to make your finances work for you. The Simple Dollar also reviews various finance books to let you know which ones are worth reading.

Money Under 30 (http://www.moneyunder30.com/) Aimed at the Millennial generation, Money Under 30 does what The Simple Dollar and Get Rich Slowly do but aims it at a different audience. The posts and articles cater to issues people who are just starting their careers and families might face financially.

All three of these blogs are great to follow if you need some help keeping your finances running smoothly. Make sure you also follow True Sky CU on Twitter where we post some of the best articles from these, and other blogs!