Inspired by Tricia at Little Eco Footprints, I’ve decided to start a page linking to other people’s posts that I’ve found particularly inspirational or just useful.
I hope this will be a resource for others of course, but it’s also a great way for me to keep track for myself, so I can easily find them again. I often seem to read good useful information *somewhere* but when I go back to check details it’s not where I remember leaving it. Bit like my house actually…
I’m going to copy Tricia and keep updating this page whenever I come across a particularly valuable post this month (though with the help of the “link within” widget which I love, they may often be posts written ages ago), then start a new list next month and so on.
http://organizing.yourway.net/10-questions-to-help-you-declutter/ – I just found this today again via Tricia although in a round about way stopping at a couple of other blogs along the way I think!
http://www.littleecofootprints.com/2011/03/no-spend-month-challenge-frugal-living.html – it’s actually the photos of the super organised pantry cupboard that I really love about this post, but it’s a good reminder that we need to have a no spend week soon!
http://www.littleecofootprints.com/2011/06/green_eco_shopping.html – Going green is not about buying green
http://simple-green-frugal-co-op.blogspot.com/2009/02/children-and-pressure-to-buy.html – the pressure for an on children to buy the ‘right’ stuff (by Eilleen from Consumption Rebellion)
http://apronstringz.wordpress.com/2011/09/02/the-quiet-riot-navigating-between-challenge-and-overwhelm/ – a fanastic post about not giving up in despair because you can’t do it all – the Quiet Riot, as inspired by Sharon Astyk’s Riot for Austerity.
http://apronstringz.wordpress.com/reclaiming-housewifery/ – I’ve just discovered Apron Stringz (via Dixiebelle, thanks Bec!) and I think I am going to be reading a lot of the archives. If you haven’t visited, go now. Seriously, this is some awesome and inspiring reading.
http://eatatdixiebelles.blogspot.com/p/get-prepared.html – This is from back in February but I’ve only just discovered it. A fabulous 4 week series on how to preparedness.