These are sites I visit on a regular basis and they add value to my life. Check them out!

Money Saving Mom I’ve been reading Crystal Paine’s blogs for YEARS. I’ve enjoyed watching her blogging style evolve as she’s become more professional. Although I appreciate the money-saving tips, my favorite posts are about what’s happening in Crystal’s life and what she’s reading. She’s a voracious reader, and if you’re on Pinterest, you can follow her current reading list here.

Frugalwoods I wish we lived in Vermont so we could be friends with the Frugalwoods. Aidan and Elizabeth could play with Babywoods 1, we could all go for a hike, and then eat some produce from their garden. Mrs. Frugalwood’s posts are thorough, well-written, and funny. Plus, they occasionally include photos of Frugalhound in funny outfits. What more could you want?

The Prudent Homemaker This blog is written by a stay-at-home mom with eight children. I originally started reading this blog to learn more about saving money on groceries, but I keep reading it because it’s so lovely. My fantasy self sews and has a beautiful garden like Brandy’s.

Root of Good Justin doesn’t post very often, but when he does it’s interesting. I read this blog because it’s inspiring how well his family lives for so little. I especially like his travel posts.