Instagram is a great place to find other people in the debt-free community. Many Instagrammers share debt updates, budgets, saving tips, and real-life experiences in their own debt freedom journey. Here are five of my favorite debt-free Instagrammers.
My Top Five Debt-Free Instagrammers
There are so many fabulous and inspiring debt-free families, couples, and individuals over on Instagram. If you haven’t already signed up for Insta, do it! Then check out these five accounts…
1. The Savvy Sagittarius
Elyse, also known as The Savvy Sagittarius on Instagram, has paid off $36,500 in debt. Over the time she paid off her debt, she’s documented her journey on Instagram. She also now provides helpful tips to others getting started and keeps everyone updated on her current financial success. Elyse often performs challenges, such as No Spend September, and she updates her audience on her savings goals. This is a great Instagram page to follow if you’re looking for someone who is financially focused.
2. The Budget Mom
The next on my list of debt-free Instagrammers is Kumiko Love or The Budget Mom. Kumiko started out as a broke, single mom and has seriously transformed her life. She has gained financial and debt freedom. Now, she shares her experience and knowledge with others. Best of all, she posts a lot of free tools and templates to help you get started with budgeting, saving, and paying off debt.
3. Kiwi Girl on a Budget
This Instagrammer is possibly one of my absolute favorites! They paid off an astounding $556,000 in debt in 39 months. How amazing is that?! Now, the main focus of the couple as they move forward in their financial journey is investing money for the future. They are investing 70% to $100K. The page itself offers up some good tips and inspirational posts to help motivate you on your own financial journey.
4. Debt Free By Thirty
I think I enjoy following this page so much because the creators are closer to my age. As you can probably tell by her name, the goal is to be debt-free by the time she turns 30. I will be 30 myself in less than two years. So, the story here is pretty inspiring to me personally and you may find it to be too! Rachel has already paid down a significant amount of debt. She started with $54,000 in September 2019 and now only holds $36,950 in debt. She shares regular progress updates and tips as she goes, which are helpful too.
5. Debt Free Weirdos
I was originally drawn to this page because of the quirky name. Isn’t everyone in the debt-free community a little weird? What kept me sticking around was their amazing story. They’ve paid off more than $240,000 in debt! They have less than $7,000 to pay off and are just killing it. As of September 24, 2021, they will be completely debt-free. They’ve talked a lot about how they will celebrate and I can’t wait for them to reach that goal. It is truly inspirational.
These are just a few debt-free Instagrammers out there. Do you have any Instagram accounts you love to follow? Drop them below!
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Amanda Blankenship is the Director of Social Media for District Media. In addition to her duties handling everything social media, she frequently writes for a handful of blogs and loves to share her own personal finance story with others. When she isn’t typing away at her desk, she enjoys spending time with her daughter, husband, and dog. During her free time, you’re likely to find her with her nose in a book, hiking, or playing RPG video games.