Here we will list out our daily blogs that we follow and read articles from.  They are all – motivating, informative and fun.  Oh and are all definitely worth checking out and reading their articles and journeys. Below is the Dividend Diplomat Blogroll:

DivHut – Keith has been an internet entrepreneur for some time and lives free of the chains.  Check his site out!

RetireBy40 – Great blog with new insights on how to retire younger than your friends and family!

Mr. Money Mustache (MMM) – A new way of living and great advice across all spectrums – frugality, investing and.. living!

My Dividend Pipeline – MDP is killing it every week and placing a hefty amount of capital to have the dividend income stream take care of his monthly expenses.  See the big action moves at the blog.

Dividend Life – His goal is to invest into dividend paying stocks to cover his living expenses – something that is ultimately all apart of our goal, see his blog to see the progress!  Quite an interesting story from where he was born and the experiences he’s had.

Pollies Dividend– Pollie recently decided to focus on investing in dividend growth stocks.  Follow his journey and enjoy his Pollie-style dividend stock analyses!

Mr. Free at 33 –  Jason Fieber 2.0  –  Jason continues his story/journey through financial freedom.  Just like his last blog, Dividend Mantra, Jason continues to provide a fully transparent look into his life and finances.

Sure Dividend – This website is a great, great resource for dividend investors.  Providing in depth analysis of many dividend growth stocks while also covering a wide range of topics.

DividendHawk – Another dividend investor and blogger who has been going at it for more than a year.  He is from Finland and doing well, check out his progress!

Roadmap2Retire– R2R is a DIY investor in his young 30s that began his march towards financial freedom in 2007.  Now, R2R is bringing in over $500 per month in gross passive income.  Great work R2R!

The Dividend Guy– Mike has been an active member of the dividend community, a frequent visitor to our website, and expanding his brand rapidly.   His website is filled with great investing resources, ranging from brief descriptions to the famous Dividend Toolkit.  To us, he is a must follow in the dividend community.

American Dividend Dream – ADD and his wife embarked on their journey towards financial freedom in January 2012.  In their late 20s, ADD has a passion for dividend investing and traveling.

Financial Samuri –  Sam took the leap of faith into full time blogging many years ago after spending his career in Corporate America.  Sam’s journey is extremely inspirational and his blog is an informative/entertaining read.  One quote resonates from the about the author page: “Will never fail due to a lack of effort because effort requires no skill. What a shame to never succeed because I didn’t see things through to the very end.”

Tawcan – Tawcan started his blog about the same time we did and is documenting his journey to have the most joyful life.  How will he get there?  You guessed it, by achieving financial freedom through frugal living, dividend investing, and finding other passive income streams.

Buy, Hold Long – Caleb is a mid-20s engineer that is passionate about retiring early.  What is his strategy….his name says it all!

Dividends Down Under – One of our favorite personal finance journies to follow from the land down under. Follow this married couples journey towards financial freedom.

JC @ Passive Income Pursuit –  JC has an ambitious goal of retiring before 40 and is taking a lot of great steps along the way to get there.

A Frugal Family’s Journey –  A great story to follow and AFFJ always provides great tips/inspiration on how to live frugally and aspire towards financial freedom with a family!

Two Investing – Where have we heard this story before….two great friends blogging about their journey towards financial freedom?

Dividends Diversified – Tom is one badass dividend investor.  A CPA like us, Tom declared himself financially independent in his 40s and has not looked back since.

Young Dividend – An investor in their 20s with a goal of accumulating $1,000,000 in assets by 31-33.  Don’t want to miss each chapter of this story!

Divnomics – Another couple from the Netherlands with a passion to retire early and achieve financial independence.  Plus, they are two self-made investors that began their dividend growth investing journey just a few years ago.

Passive Canadian Income –  PCI’s financial journey started in 2011 with over $60k in debt and a net worth of -$7,000.  Now PCI is debt free and building a very solid dividend growth investing portfolio.

Stashing Dutchman A blogger in his early 20s.  Man we love that Albert is getting an early start on investing and pursuing financial freedom.  The earlier you can start your journey the better.

Zero Day Finance – Creator of the Zero Day Challenge, David’s website is all about finding ways to increase your savings rate and build your net worth.  Can you step up to the Zero Day Challenge?

Time in The Market –  This is the kind of story we love.  A blogger in their 30s looking to become financially independent in ASAP.  We love that TITM is still focused on spending as much time as possible with his fiance enjoying the journey along the way as well.

Money by Ramey – He is trying to go for $50,000 in passive income per year.  Can he do it?  I can’t wait to watch him succeed!

Low and Slow Investing –  An all around website focused on helping people reach reach financial freedom.  What’s not to love?

BIg Law Investor – The Biglaw Investor is helping thousands of lawyers manage and eliminate student loans and make great investment decisions. We’re on a mission to help every lawyer achieve financial independence.

Frugal Fortunes – Brent, with a diverse background in Finance and Accounting, reflects on money topics ranging from how much you need to retire to why Bitcoin will be a defunct currency.  Def. worth a check out!

Get Rich Brothers –  This blog is awesome because “Getting Rich” here doesn’t simply involve money.  Its about making your life better and enjoying every second of it.

54 thoughts on “Blogroll

  1. Thanks for the comment on my site. I love how you guys both are contributing to your site. It’s very similar to what one of my good friends and I are doing and the reason for the “two” in our site’s name. Now I just need to try and get him to start writing some posts again. Haha!

    You guys definitely got started a few years younger than we did, though. Just added you to our blogroll too. Keep up the good writing!

  2. I’m surprised that Enercare is flying under the radar up there (I live in Phoenix). I’ve owned this monthly dividned company for 3 yrs. I’m told they (Enercare) is moving to the big Toronto exchange board supposedly today. This is a boring little company with a huge upside. Oh, and it’s 78 and sunny here today… 🙂

  3. Hey Dividend Diplomats,
    Love your blog and have been following it for a few months. My brother and I started dividend growth investing almost as soon as we turned 18. We’d love it if you could check out our site and give feedback, or add us to your blogroll. You’re already on ours.
    Thank you,

  4. Hi there Bert and Lanny! Great list, I see a few names I haven’t yet seen, I’ll be sure to check them out! This is my first time reaching out to you guys but I love your blog and just recently started my own dividend investing blog! (It’s about 4 months old now)

  5. Hi DividendDiplomats, we’ve really enjoyed reading your posts on dividend income.
    We started a site as well on dividend investing and wanted to let you know about it, hopefully we can earn a spot on your blogroll if you think it would be useful to your readers.
    Thanks, Kemp

  6. Hey Dividend Diplomat,
    Great site and great blog roll. I’m relatively new to blogging. I created my portfolio starting a year ago and have been slowly but surely documenting my progress on the site. I’d appreciate addition to the blogroll. Regardless, I’ll be adding yours to mine as I think this is a great site.

  7. Hello Lanny and Bert,
    Would you mind adding Dividends Diversify to your blogroll? If you get a chance, check out my good reads page on Dividends Diversify. You will find Dividend Diplomats among my select list of “good reads”.

  8. Great site! Thanks for following me on Twitter. I didn’t come across your site until you did that.

    I’ll check out the rest of your site shortly, but wanted to say I’m impressed with the focus and drive.


  9. Hey guys,

    A powerfull list for sure. Would be awesome of you could add Stockles to the list, even though I understand that you don’t want the list to keep going on forever.

    Looking forward to the new monthly dividend update!

  10. Hey DD!

    I was just going through this list to find some new finance blogs to check out! Thanks for sharing! Keep this thing updated, it’s a great reference point for me. =)

  11. Hello Lanny and Bert,
    I’ve been reading your blog for quite a while now, and have finally gotten my !#@ in gear and started my own. I don’t have a ton of content developed yet, as my site is still new, but please check it out when you get a chance @

    My first series of posts is centered around protecting your assets, which I don’t frequently see covered in the personal finance blogosphere. The series is still under development, but can be found here:

  12. Hi Bert & Lanny,
    Your guys’ discipline and dedication is truly inspiring. I hope I can achieve those kinds of dividend growth numbers. Just started about 5 months ago and it feels awesomely rewarding. Also started writing about my journey, giving regular updates, and making my own stock analyses on my blog. Please check it out if you have the time:, and include me in the blogroll if you enjoy it.

  13. Hey DDs,
    Love your blog and have been following it since I discovered it in 2018. I started my own dividend growth investing blog this year and I’d love to see you guys adding me to your blogroll. On my side a have a short blogroll and you are part of it.

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