I read LOTS of blogs. This is a pared-down list.
I’ve also included some poddies that I’ve been interviewed on.
These top two are EASILY the sites I use most often. Thermobexta is a vegetarian site (but with ‘meaty’ options to most recipes) that became an absolute godsend when my youngest son, Evan, became a vego.
Tick of Yum Bee is a friend of mine and although this blog isn’t maintained any more, there’s a lot of good things here.
Quirky Cooking Excellent for people with food allergies
The Bush GourmandThis blog is still current.
Craft and Writing Blogs:
Gardening and Permaculture blogs:
Eat at Dixiebelle’s
Happy Earth: Adventures in Urban Sustainability This is another defunct blog, but it has useful bits and pieces in it.
Deep Green Permaculture Valuable resource. I use it all the time.
Foodnstuff This has turned into an occasional Peak Oil blog, but earlier years are fascinating as she details her food forest.
The Greening of Gavin This blog hasn’t been touched since 2016, but there are many valuable hints and tips here.
Financial Independence and FIRE blogs:
Burning Desire For Fire This is my blog about financial independence.
Frugality and Freedom. Michelle curates a list most weeks of FIRE posts.
Rest of the world:
Freedom is Groovy. I met the Groovies in 2019 when they were in Melbourne on holidays. Great people.
Having Fun Cracking Reirement A woman from the UK who retired at around the same age I will be.
JL Collins – The Simple Path to Wealth. If you’re learning about investments, read his ‘Stock Series.’ I learned so much! Then buy his book. Most is applicable to Australia, not just the US.
The Escape Artist. One of my favourite blogs. When I discovered it I went back to the start and read every post.
1 million apples – A Teacher’s story – From Single Mom to financially free.
Loyrad media – An interview with Frogdancer Jones – North Korea trip.
Millionaires Unveiled – Interview 54.
Earn and Invest – Are all teachers poor?