Favorite Magazines for Wealth Information



I have been reading magazines for as long as I can remember. My obsession started in my teen years and has followed me into my 30s (and will likely stay with me for many years going forward).

While I spent a good amount of my earlier years reading gossip and teen-focused magazines, my preferences have drastically changed as time has gone by.

My top favorite magazines at the present time (and for the past 10+ years) are those that cover the following topics:

  1. Health and Fitness
  2. Personal Finance
  3. Investing

When it comes to personal finance and investing magazines, my preference has remained quite consistent for well over a decade. My old time favorites include:

Money Magazine


Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine



While attending Fincon (a conference for finance nerds) last year, I learned about another pretty awesome personal finance publication that I decided to add to my list of favorites:

Simple Money Magazine


I recently wrote a post about this magazine where I share more about what it is all about PLUS – information on a promotion they are currently running for new subscribers.

This one is not “money related” but – wait a minute – it is because Health is Wealth! One of my favorite magazines for health topics is:

Health Magazine


And that’s all folks! In a world where we are bombarded with so much information and the constant risk of “fake news,” it is awesome to have go-to publications that you can trust.

Do YOU have any personal favorites? Help me feed my magazine obsession for many more years to come :). Also, I am curious, are you a fan of digital magazines or prefer paper copies? 

Let me know in the comments! 

Cheers to Health, Love, and Profits!

Mabel $


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