Top Ten Blogs/Sites I Read That Aren’t about Books

Top Ten Tuesday

My Google reader is full of feeds for various topics, but I only skim most of them. Some sites, however, I spend a fair amount of time at. Here they are:

 

 

 

 

Top Ten Blogs/Sites I Read That AREN’T about Books
  1. The Daily Digi
    A site with digital scrapbooking news that gives a good overview of what is going on in the digiscrapping community.
  2. Better After
    I just love makeovers of any kind. Before and after photos fascinate me. The amount of time people put into making over furniture that other people consider trash is amazing.
  3. iPhone Ticker
    German iPhone info site. All the latest news on apps and iPhone related topics.
  4. The Geek Art Gallery and the Great Geek Manual
    Everything geeky under the sun, photos, art, movies, links etc…
  5. Just something I made
    Crafty site with plenty of ideas – and freebies.
  6. Funky Junk Interiors
    Look how you can create a beautiful and original home with repurposing, up-cycling and re-using things.
  7. Mamas kram
    Craft site with beautiful home decor, sewing, decorating, you name it. In German.
  8. House of Svea
    See above, just in English and Swedish.
  9. SPIEGEL online
    Online service of the German news magazine. Everything I want to know about what is going on in the world. My hangout during morning coffee.
  10. Martha Stewart
    My go-to site for recipes, household tips, craft ideas, kids’ activities and what not.

What are your Top Ten blogs or sites you read that AREN’T about books?

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. You will find tons of more Top Ten Tuesday participants there.

16 Comments Write a comment

    • Melanie, I couldn’t comment on your blog post because the form is closed. I didn’t know Gail Carriger had a fashion blog, it looks great. On the specific post you mentioned I loved the photo of the people lying on the ground, how stylish!

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  1. You sure like crafting, don’t you? I’m more the “let’s buy stuff on Etsy” type when it comes to that, though, some years back, I was big on making my own greeting cards, quite fancy ones too, but after a while I lost interest and sold most of my supplies.
    Personally, I’m not really following all that many non-book sites, but two I check out on a daily basis are GoComics and TheBerry.
    Birgit’s last post ..A Writer’s Life – Don’t I wish

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    • Oh, Etsy, yes. I also love Etsy. I do like crafting, but unfortunately I often just plan to do things and then never get around to doing them.

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  2. I have been reading the Goop newsletter for a few years now and I love how they change topics with every one they send. Also, I read The Happiness Project 🙂
    Ally’s last post ..23 🙂

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  3. I like Der Spiegel, too! Of course, I have to read the English version. One of my German friends gave me a stack of Der Spiegel magazines to practice my German on, but they are still far beyond me.

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    • To practice everyday German it would probably be better to read BILD, it would have shorter articles and easier language. But then, who would want to read that sort of “news coverage”, :).

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