Each Saturday, The Legion of Super-Posts chronicles a number of posts which piqued my interest due to their uniqueness, insightful analysis, or emotional impact. I hope to share articles which you may not have read during the week while enhancing a sense of community and promoting other bloggers.
In this week’s issue:
I am always on the lookout for new bloggers to follow, and thanks to Pete at Mr. Money Mustache, I stumbled upon a new blogging couple fairly early into their journey. Grizzly Mom and Dad are a couple who grew up in middle class families, received college educations, and earned high paying jobs. They wrote,
Most people are idiots, and we woke up to this fact over the past year and a half. Our jobs, our high salaries, our house, our cars, our stuff – nothing but a ever growing pile of chains. Golden chains but chains nonetheless.
Time is the great equalizer which levels the playing field in many ways. In order to do more, it is necessary to increase productivity. Aaron provides excellent tips to do exactly that.
What I Learned By Donating And Giving Away Nearly All Of My Stuff – Michelle at Making Sense of Cents
Based on twisted Western logic, most people subscribe to the idea that more money = more stuff. Michelle is one of several bloggers who rejects this idea despite earning a king’s ransom through her blog. She wrote,
We don’t miss anything, we don’t feel like we need anything – we are happier and much more carefree now by living with less stuff.
Mr. Crazy Kicks shares a fascinating story about his purchase of a bike and its long-term impact on his thoughts and life.
Have a great weekend everyone!