The Baller on a Budget is the online publication for those seeking personal finance and budgeting advice, tips on staying on-trend with fashion and beauty while saving money, and overall, for people who want to become an informed and savvy consumer. This website offers many unique ways to save money through DIY projects, side income ideas, affordable lifestyle alternatives made popular by celebrities, and budget-friendly comparable products competitive to viral products you see on social media.
I’ve created this blog to share how it’s possible to enjoy the finer things in life by making smart financial decisions for your future.
The Baller on a Budget offers a wide variety of advertising and sponsorship opportunities, so if you would like to work together, please send me an e-mail if you would like a copy of my media kit and to learn more about possible partnerships.
This website was started in August of 2016 and since then has grown to have many loyal and active readers. Thanks to my rapid growth, The Baller on a Budget ranked 12th of the Top 20 Los Angeles Lifestyle Blogs Online and 15th of the Top 50 Budget Fashion Blogs Online, according to Feedspot.
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Three signs you may need a vacation from your credit cards (LA Times)
Millennial Money: 3 signs you may need a credit card hiatus (ABC News)
3 Signs It’s Time to Pause Credit Card Spending (Coastal Breeze News)
“More Than This” Podcast Episode 5: “Aileen” (Vox)
The so-called ‘Great Resignation’ isn’t a reality for many workers of color (Insider)
Remarkable Voices is back with 10 leading female BIPOC content creators (CafeMedia)
CafeMedia Launches Remarkable Voices, a Program to Support BIPOC Creators (AdThrive)
CafeMedia Launches New Edition of Remarkable Voices, an Accelerator Program To Empower BIPOC Content Creators (Be Latina)
Shedding Light on the “PI” Part of “AAPI”: Giving a Voice to Marginalized Asian Voices (CLEVER)
These Fashion Influencers Say ‘Don’t Buy Anything’ (Wall Street Journal)
Fight to change California’s landmark consumer privacy law fizzles — for now (San Francisco Chronicle)
Changes urged in new Consumer Privacy Act (Capitol Weekly)
Social-Influencer Freebies Worth Billions Present Tax Temptation (Bloomberg Tax)
Fashion Bloggers Share How to Revamp Your Fall Wardrobe on a Budget (Retail Me Not)
Five IRL Members You Need to Follow (Members Only)
21 Budget Friendly Bloggers You Need To Follow (Showpo)
10 Fashion Bloggers That Are Worth to Getting to Know (Greek)
To learn more and request information, please e-mail Aileen at contact [at] theballeronabudget.com.