Why would you care what blogs I follow? Honestly, you may not. That’s okay with me. But in the event that you are interested in some further homemaking/home management, self-improvement, or money saving blog reading: here is my list!
Andrea is straightforward, honest, and refreshing to read. She has a ton of great tips on time management, home organization, living frugally, and motherhood. I don’t read every single post she writes up, but I do look forward to reading her blog week after week. I’ve gotten great, clear advice from her blog over the past three or so years I’ve been following her. Most recently, I’ve been very interested in her series on what a baby needs, as well as her updates on getting ready for the arrival of Dekker baby three.
A blog for book lovers and the modern woman: that’s the best way I can think to describe her site. I’ve found quite a few new books to try and love – and other books that I hated – through her blog. If you are an avid reader, you should definitely check her out. She also blogs on things like working from home, personality profiles, relationships, and personal style. In particular, I enjoy her posts on personality traits and working from home.
If you’ve been reading my blog for any length of time, you’ve seen MSM come up at least several times. She is best known for her posts on coupons, freebies, and deals – but she does have other posts in between on easy meals, frugality, stretching dollars, getting out of debt, working from home, etc. There is also a coupon database that I use before every shopping trip.
My current favorite personal finance blog. She has so many good resources, ideas, and tips on her blog – everything from side hustles, paying off debt, saving money, investment advice, and more. All in a down-to-earth, easy to understand writing style. And she actually has an MBA in Finance. Which makes her advice even more legitimate in my book.
Lots and lots of parenting and (some) marriage advice. So far it seems accessible to all moms, regardless of unique situations. Her voice is gentle, kind, and nonjudgemental. Even though our baby has yet to make his/her debut, I’m happy to be gleaning some mom advice as I get ready for the Great Parenting Adventure.
This is a devotional blog, with new Scripture readings and a short devotional message posted every day. They go through themes which change every six weeks or so. This gives me a kickstart in my devotions each morning, and keeps me from getting bored reading the same devotional book over and over. They also encourage Scripture memorization over the weekend, which I love. Even though I’m pretty bad at actually memorizing the assigned verse.
This is a recent add to my blog feed. We’re transitioning to eating “real,” organic foods and this blog has been immensely helpful at this time. I especially love reading how she manages to feed a family of 4 on $330/month, complete with a full month’s meal plans and recipes. I wish we were able to pull that off! She also talks about natural living and frugal living, which I’m always willing to read more about in case I might learn something new.
What about you? What blogs do you read that you’d like to share with me? Leave your reply in the comments below!