Outside of a degree in banking and finance, money lessons today is a blended rojak of investing, saving, bonds, and personal finance blogs.

How do you make sense of all the data on the web? How can you best manage it? How do you best consume the content once you have curated it?

That’s what this article is all about.

We’re going to talk about how to set up an RSS feed and how to best consume financial content in an efficient manner.

Setting Up Your RSS Feed

An RSS feed is essential if you want to consume content on a regular basis from many blogs.

What is it?

Basically, an RSS feed compiles information on all the websites you want to follow into one easy to read location.

Let’s say, for example, you want to follow five different blogs. Without an RSS feed, you have two choices. Open five