A look at tips from a few of our favorite personal finance bloggers about living within your means. By Cameron Huddleston, Former Online Editor August 14, 2013 Recently Len Penzo of the Len Penzo dot Com personal finance blog has been posting the stories of his readers who live on less than $40,000 annually. These aren't single people just out of college who could get by comfortably on that income. Most are families with at least one child -- some with as many as four kids. And their stories are inspiring for anyone who might be struggling to make ends meet or who just wants to live more frugally. In fact, Len argues that most Americans could live on $40,000 a year. So if you want tips on making ends meet on $40,000, check out the posts on Len Penzo dot Com. And read on for more advice on managing your money from personal finance bloggers.SEE ALSO: Knight Kiplinger's 8 Keys to Financial Security 10 Tips to Living Within Your Means [Mint Life] "Here are 10 tips to make sure you never end up with more month than money." Sponsored Content 10 Steps to Fix Your Money Problems [Moolanomy] "These steps will put you back on track, but the journey will be long." 7 Little Things to Help You Win with Money [Money Crush] "No one’s going to care about your money and the things you can do with it more than you." Advertisement 10 Common Money Myths You Should Know [Christian Personal Finance] "Everyone is susceptible to money myths, and many cling to them tenaciously. But popular belief and common practice do not change fallacy into truth." 3 Ways to Save Hundreds (or Even Thousands) of Dollars Without Thinking [Wise Bread] "Looking for simple ways to save more money that don't take a lot of work? Here are three ways to put more money in your pocket each month without having to dramatically change your behavior."