As you can tell, I don’t stick with one subject (or niche) on this blog. I like to write about a variety of subjects: finances, self-improvement, recipes, etc. I also follow a number of other bloggers. So this week I’m doing a blog round-up, sharing with you those blogs and posts that I find interesting and that go along with some of the same things I write about.
Earning Money Online
- The Selling Family-Jessica Larrew does a great job of helping you through every detail of selling on Amazon FBA (Fulfillment by Amazon). I haven’t started this side hustle yet, but I’m reading all the emails from Jessica as I have time so that when I’m ready to begin, I’ll know what to do. I’m hoping when I have the finances for it, I’ll have a great little side business. Here’s her post “A Beginners Guide For Starting An Amazon FBA Business“. You can also sign up for her Amazon Boot Camp.
- Side Hustle Nation-Nick Loper is fantastic! He has so much information on his website. There are a lot of ideas for side ventures and tons of interviews and tips to get you started. Amazon FBA is also one his side hustles, but my favorite post from him is “99 Side Hustle Business Ideas You Can Start Today”.
- The Work at Home Wife-blog by Angie Nelson. She has a lot of great work-at-home tips and ideas. I joined her Facebook Community Group and posted a concern about my blog and she answered it with a great tip. I’ve noticed that she really tries to help out others trying to make a living at home.
- Cow Country Housewife-Mostly about finances-being frugal and saving and earning money, Caroline has some informative posts. Here’s a great one about how she saved her household almost $22,000/year.
- The Budget Diet-This blog is written by a money-saving expert. She has great tips on ways to save money. Here’s an interesting post from her-“98 Ways to Cut Your Spending by $400 a Month!”.
- Live Purposefully Now-Elle Sommer and her staff writers provide tons of self-improvement posts. One such post is “5 Ways to Cultivate Self-Love and Reclaim Your Life“. There are many others.
- The Grief Toolbox-Offers information about the grieving process and tools to help you through and find hope once again. A great website if you’re coping with loss and/or feeling alone in your grief.
- Steve Pavlina-Steve’s blog is all about “Personal Development for Smart People”. He talks about “conscious growth” and finding your purpose. Along with Elle Sommer, he has a lot of self-improvement information.
- All She Cooks-Jessica shares wonderful recipes, including homemade strawberry jam. She also offers up recipes for cleaning products. Her photographs are great, too. They make me hungry!
- A Turtle’s Life for Me-Natalie shares lots of recipes with a twist, like Kool-Aid Rice Krispie Treats. She also writes about travel, DIY, and other topics. Here’s one her Pinterest pins for 46 Freezer Meals. I’ve got to try this; it should help out a lot with the household finances.
- Julia’s Album-Julia serves up some spectacular-looking food! Lots of pasta recipes and pasta is one of my greatest weaknesses. Here’s one from Pinterest-Creamy Broccoli, Chicken, and Bacon Pasta.
- My Merry Messy Life-Sara provides posts on crochet patterns, food, and living green. She has lots of great ideas. This link will take you to her free crochet patterns page.
- There are just too many great crochet blogs out there to list very many, so I’m just going to provide a link to my Pinterest board for crochet patterns. There are some absolutely darling ones in this board.
I hope you’ve enjoyed checking out these blogs and pins. I’d love to hear from you about them, especially if you’ve tried any of the recipes or tips.