If you would like to contact me through email, with a question, comment or recommendation, I’d love to hear from you. Email me at (please remove the dashes).

You could also leave a comment below if you prefer.

I look forward to hearing from you :)


12 Responses to CONTACT ME

  1. Jean Lowe says:

    How do I sign up to read your blog? I read your comments on Anniemyga and would like to read your writings. But I do not see where I can do this. I will never remember to look for your comments unless it is automatic. I await your anticipated reply. thanks

    • Lyle says:

      Hi Jean and thank you for contacting me. I just sent you an email at the address you provided so please check your inbox. Take care and all the best.


  2. Jean Burke says:

    Hi Lyle
    I have enjoyed reading your blog today and would like to follow it.
    Can you help?
    Thanks. Jean

    • Lyle says:

      Hi Jean and thanks for the kind words. Apart from just bookmarking the blog and comping here when you want, I’m working on setting up an email notice for when the site gets an update. Thanks and take care.


  3. Hi Lyle…..I notice some followers have pictures with their names. How do you go about putting a picture beside your name on this site?.

    • Lyle says:

      Hey Dan and good to “see” ya :)

      The picture thing is I believe a separate process called Gravatar. You can simply sign up for a free account and for those blogs that feature the Gravatar thingee…your picture will automatically “pop up”. I should do it myself as it adds another level of personality and it’s cool to see who your are sharing things with.

      Hope that helps and take care.


  4. Zendelle says:

    Hi Lyle,
    I found your blog through Budgeting In the Fun Stuff, and I would like to follow by email, but when I tried to subscribe, I got “This feed does not have subscriptions by mail enabled” from Feedburner. Can you fix this?

    • Lyle says:

      Hi Zendelle…I’ll look into it and hopefully figure out what’s the matter. Thanks for the interest and for dropping by :)

      Take care and all the best.


  5. annieb says:

    So glad I have found like minded people, i have found it very isolating here in the uk as everyone I encounter are like lemmings all hurtling towards the cliff edge and into a sea of debt.

    I have been called bizarre as I refuse to live like this. I have rented all my life and we are comfortably off with no debt, however the only problem I have is if I became ill and could no longer work, I would love to be rent and mortgage free so would consider buying a small unit to live in. The only problem here is that the uk suffer from a terrible antisocial behaviour problem with tenants being transient and not staying long and causing mayhem. It seems to be endemic in small flats and apartments.
    I lost my home to this very problem and had to leave a lovely 2 bed apartment with garden and move to a one bed bungalow with very little space. We have found that we do not need a lot to have happiness. As long as we can live peacefully and sleep well at night we are happy.
    Anyway enough about me, I am really enjoying your blog and think it funny that the outcasts are now in fashion and people are finally having a lightbulb moment where they realise they cannot maintain these hedonistic lifestyles.

    • Lyle says:

      Hi Annie and thanks for dropping by :)

      Thank you as well for sharing a little of your story and your thoughts. As you now realize, you are definitely not alone in this quest to live an intentional and simple life AND you are definitely not bizarre!!!

      “We have found that we do not need a lot to have happiness. As long as we can live peacefully and sleep well at night we are happy.” – This realization is huge and is all anyone can hope to achieve in their life. Sounds like you have found the keys to make you happy and that’s a wonderful thing :)

      Thanks Annie for being here and don’t be a stranger.

      Take care and all the best.


  6. Scott says:

    Hi Lyle,

    Great blog.

    We have had an interest in the simple lifestyle for some time. While earning a good income, we were living below our means and investing the rest etc. I just got laid off and contemplating calling it a day as my investment income can generate about 23k/year. We are a family of 5, no debt. Except 23k year is not enough…looks like I may have to pick up a part time job to cover the rest. We can also sell a car as we have 2.
    I am a sole provider, so the whole job loss thing is kinda scary. Your blog has given me some inspiration to think outside the box a bit.


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