Since life isn’t normal right now, I’ve decided this week’s Roundup won’t be normal either. Instead of picking three of my favorite posts this week, I’ve decided to share all of the blog posts right now written by women in the personal finance space. These are in order of publication date. I hope they are helpful to you financially – and mentally – right now.

We’re all in this together, and since it’s what we’re all thinking about anyway, here’s a list of more reading. Even better, for the blogs that have ads / affiliate links on them, clicking and reading on them can be a way to help support others while finances aren’t so stable without needing to spend a dollar yourself.

Women’s Personal Finance Wednesdays – Coronavirus/Bear Market Roundup (i.e. Week 76)

March 4, 2020

March 9, 2020

March 10, 2020

March 11, 2020

March 12, 2020

March 13, 2020

March 14, 2020

March 15, 2020

March 16, 2020

March 17, 2020

March 18, 2020

If you’ve read or written something about COVID-19 or the recent stock market drops, please share here! (Women only) I’d love for this to be a comprehensive list of what’s been written to date.

Sending love to you all. Life definitely won’t be back to normal next week, but in theory I’ll go back to a normal roundup then.

As always, if you’re looking for a categorized list of self identified women writing and speaking about personal finance, here is my comprehensive guide to the Women of the Financial Independence Community.

PS – if you’ve missed what I’ve written about the Coronavirus so far (being in Washington means we’re “ahead” of most places in the United States), you can read them all here

17 thoughts on “Women’s Personal Finance Wednesdays: Coronavirus/Recession Roundup

  1. Thanks for putting together this roundup, Angela. I’ve read a few of these already, but will definitely check out some others, too.

  2. Thank you for compiling all these posts and for continuing to promote women writing on personal finance. Here’s my contribution. I hope people stay well and that we do continue to socially isolate and spend when we can. So much of the economy is interdependent that flattening the curve (less uncertainty) continuing to spend will help get us back to normal! I also included some resources on where to give to help others get through this tough time.

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