You all know I keep a very minimalist lifestyle. I only read what I want to read (although I'm still always in need of book recommendations). As such, though there are a lot of great blogs out there, I have tried to keep my readership down to just a few. Consequently, I only consistently follow these bloggers, and I consider them to be among the best.
- The Minimalist Mom
What it's about: documenting her family's minimalist lifestyle, being car-less, making your own soap, using cloth diapers, making decisions easier, etc.
What I love: she is creative, humble, and real, and her solutions are things that real people with little time on their hands (i.e. you and me) can actually do.
- Small Notebook
What it's about: tips to simplifying your life, home, and home business, including the psychology of being owned by your stuff or your busy schedule and how to escape it.
What I love: her section on how to look good with few clothes is fantastic. Her posts are short. She also wrote the e-book Simple Blogging that is superb.
*She hasn't been posting much recently, sadly, but her latest post explains why (beautifully!).
- Bronwyn's Corner
What it's about: life. With humor and wit and insight. (Kinda like my blog, you know.)
What I love: Her posts are short, and always meaningful. Most of all they're relatable. Plus I love that I know this gal and the context behind her posts!
- Uncovering Sex
What it's about: sex, sexual abuse, sex questions from singles, how to talk about sex, God's view of sex...
What I love: she deals with a lot of good issues and topics. She's open and honest about it all, with a healthy outlook on it and good tips.
- View Along the Way
What it's about: the eager, childlike, hilarious story of fixing up and beautifying their house, from painting the walls to painting pumpkins.
What I love: her sense of humor! Between that and her humility, I feel like I'm listening to a friend, and so her DIY projects don't scare me like most of the pseudo-professional-decorators in the Home Decor blogosphere. She inspires me to get off my butt and do these easy things that make a big difference and make me really proud of myself.
That's some personal stuff about the kind of person I am! I told you what I love to read online; now it's your turn. What are your top favorite blogs to read? Include the link(s) in your comments so I can check them out!