Instagram is no longer a place to post pictures of your best self - mostly because none of us can actually live our best lives in the current situation.
With all of its perils aside, Instagram has grown to become a platform rich with useful information, particularly in the financial wellness space.
At Chip, we work closely with people promoting and advocating for positive financial behaviour (make sure your're following our Instagram).
And so, we’ve done all of the scrolling and tapping for you to bring you the eight must-follows if you’re committed to improving your saving habits.
Clare Seal opens up conversations around debt, sharing her journey from being in over £27k of personal debt, to being net positive.
Created The Financial Wellbeing Forum, author of a book ‘The Real Life Money Journal’ and is now the weekly columnist for Glamour Magazine online.
Their aim is to ‘demystify personal finance for millennials’, taking the jargon out of financial topics with easily digestible - and very good looking if we’re being honest- content.
Remember the name Alice Tapper. She led the campaign to regulate Buy Now Pay Later, runs investing and pension masterclasses as well as reports on weekly financial news. A force to get behind!
Emillie produces content that helps women get financially savvy, documenting her journey to saving 10,000 in 2021, along with tips and tricks on budgeting, saving and side hustles.
Breaking down financial info and sharing tips, posting a lot of insightful charts and infographics you’ll want to bookmark. They’ve also just launched a podcast this month called ‘Real Money Talks’.
Ryan shares content daily, focusing on topics such as investing, stock market and wealth. If you’re looking to explore other channels, he is also on TikTok, Youtube &, as well as hosting a Podcast and authoring an eBook.
Emilie Bellet is a familiar face in the personal finance blogging community, empowering people to become the masters of their own money. Bellet is also the author of You’re Not Broke, You’re Pre-Rich and costs her own podcast called Wallet.
*Note: Chip cannot offer financial advice.
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