Most of us have a love/hate relationship with technology, which, of course, includes the internet. The internet can be overwhelming, an overload of information that is hard to sort through. For me, the biggest concern when seeking information is whether the site is credible.
Sometimes, I get frustrated when I do searches, but overall, I love the internet. I have learned a lot about many topics over the years (and am learning to weed out less-reputable sites), including: herb gardening, environmental concerns, recycling, simple living, cooking, finances, and even how to use less trash. I guess you could say the internet is my digital way of hoarding, without having to own extra books.
This last week I’ve been hung up on minimalism. With all those great articles out there, I just had to share a few of my favorites.
A Few of My Favorites:
Budgets are Sexy – Love this site. It’s about finances, and everything that goes with it, which, of course, includes minimalism. J. Money is a down-to-earth, tell-it-like-it-is kind of guy.
Becoming Minimalist – One of the most recent articles is written by author and blogger Jeff Goins. Check out the article, and see what happened after Jeff made a million dollars.
Becoming Minimalist (again) – This article is written by the owner of the site, Joshua Becker. A lesson about space in our home.
There you have it. Some of my favorites for the week. Enjoy!
Have a simply beautiful day!
What new knowledge have you discovered on the internet?