Here are some websites and blogs that I personally read and recommend:
Sam Spurlin | SamSpurlin.com is a website that tries to answer, “What does it mean to live consciously?” Sam publishes articles about personal development and positive psychology.
Untitled Minimalism | Robert Wall regularly publishes articles about minimalism, simplicity, frugality and consumerism.
the Tiny r(E)volution | Andrew & Crystal Odom maintain a tiny house website where they write about simple, minimalist living and the process -from conception to creation- of building their very own tiny house.
Seth W. is My Name | Seth always has something interesting on his blog about travel, bicycles, heavy metal and life in general. Lots of pictures too.
Disrupting the Rabblement | Niall Doherty became a self-employed vagabond. He pursues his passions and helps other people escape mediocrity while traveling around the world without flying.
To Simplify… | Glenn downsized his life to fit everything in a small RV and hit the road with his cat. As a composer / arranger he can work from anywhere…and he does. Follow his adventures as he travels around the country.
Our Odyssey | The personal blog of Sean & Louise about the day-to-day adventures and challenges of living in an RV bus.
Rolf Potts | I’ve been a fan of Rolf Potts for at least 10 years. He wrote the book Vagabonding which details how to work enough days in order to save enough money to travel on a budget. He and others maintain Vagablogging as an independent travel website.
Unclutterer | Erin Doland is the editor for this blog that is about getting and staying organized. A place for everything, and everything in its place is their gospel. Good tips and entertaining reads here.
Far Beyond the Stars: The Archives | Far Beyond the Stars was the blog where Everett Bogue published articles on minimalism. In February 2011 Everett opted to wipe the slate clean on the original site in order to pursue other endeavors. This archival site was established by a third party to keep the original work intact and is a good reference for those discovering the merits of minimalist living.
The 2011 All Star List of Minimalist Blogs | In addition to the above listed sites, here’s a compiled list of minimalist blogs. It’s over a year old and some of the sites have disappeared or not been updated for a while but it remains a good resource.
Untitled Minimalism | In addition to writing on his blog (mentioned above) Robert also hosts a companion podcast. You can listen in as he converses with guests about living simply.
the Tiny r(E)volution | In addition to the website (mentioned above) Andrew hosts a podcast dealing with all aspects of building and living in tiny houses.
Enough: The Minimal Mac Podcast | The title might suggest that Mac computers are the main focus of the podcast. Not true. This podcast deals with everything from minimalist living topics to helpful productivity apps to -yes- Apple products. The subject matter cannot be pigeonholed into one category. Ultimately it’s a series of conversations about life, computers and keeping things simple.
Occasionally I find interesting things to read that may also appeal to my readers: