Pages for Inspiration

http://www.myhousemyrules.com/ loving how she posts even door cleaning. One day I will be to the point where doors become a big deal.. right?

http://www.budgetinginthefunstuff.com/ budgeting for the average person.. after debt but before being ungodly wealthy.. right where I’m at. She also shares the mentality of “you make money to spend some of it” so I don’t feel like I’m a terrible person for buying a nice meal out.

http://www.thejoyofsimple.com/ a man who is leading on a small budget and following his dreams. I have enjoyed seeing how he has made a great life for himself.

http://www.atypicalveganfamily.com/– Cute blog by a vegan family who are live in the hotel they are managing. Mom’s an artist, blogger and front desk manager. Dad’s an adventurer, hotel manager and supportive of equality.

http://www.mrmoneymustache.com A very financially sound blog about how you can retire early and what is important in this particular mans life. Favorite post from here is http://www.mrmoneymustache.com/2013/02/22/getting-rich-from-zero-to-hero-in-one-blog-post/

http://www.livingwellspendingless.com/ is an excellent blog that is beautifully put together focused on exactly what the title sounds like. They are house dwellers but they are living in a way that makes house dwelling look much more like fun.

4 Responses to Pages for Inspiration

  1. Jane says:

    I have really enjoyed your blog. It has made me smile but also tugged at my heart at times. You are certainly a good writer!

    • Thank you so much for that compliment. I have never thought of myself as much of a writer.. I sometimes feel like I just vomit out words until I feel all emptied out. =)

      • Jane says:

        I know what you mean. My best writing was when my Dad died many years ago. The words just flowed from my heart. It was extremely therapeutic, and it helped me deal with the profound loss. I thought of that time in my life when I read your story about your grandmother. Maybe you will also find comfort in writing as you travel that journey.

        • Thank you so much for sharing something so personal. I think the best thing it did so far was let my mother know how much of my grandmother I remember. In person, I don’t talk as much about deeply emotional stuff so she didn’t know.

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