We all have those two or three websites we go to, first thing everyday but then after that it’s kind of willy-nilly to where ever the interwebs takes us, and then there you are, it the middle of your work day, inadvertently finding out what a blue waffle is and realizing your eyeballs refuse to unsee what you just saw. (If you don’t know what that is…just no..DON’T.) We think it’s absolutely imperative that you have an internet itinerary to prevent from making horrifying discoveries that make your eyeballs burn in their sockets – or at the very least, prevent you from going to a website with music in the background.
Lucky you, we’ve got your virtual back. Here’s some sites you should be visiting today and everyday.
Shark week queen Tracy is an interweb friend I met online as we were both writing for a weenie predominant audience. Tracy decided to take a break from the dude ranch and indulge her girly side with her site, TeeWii.com – TeeWii is a place for women to talk about fashion and beauty tips, delicious recipes, DIY hits and misses and just about anything that appeals to your girly sensibility. I’m as non-girly as Joe from The Facts of Life and even I enjoy going to TeeWii! Check out the Spare Room Process post about remodeling an extra bedroom. Not only will it give you great ideas but it’s also hilariously written.
One time I attempted to make cake balls because I do what Pinterest tells me to do and instead of turning out lovely and decorative, my cake balls looked like I had impaled one of those mummified shrunken heads on a lollipop stick. Thankfully, I was making them for 4th graders who ate the shrunken head cakes on a stick without hesitation. This is definitely the opposite of Sandy, who is a whiz in the kitchen and posts her awesome creations, along with the recipe and step-by-step instructions on her blog, Made from Home Daily. She posts so many delicious (and easy) things to make that I’ve actually dared step into the kitchen to make a few of them. The good news? I’m getting the hang of this cooking thing, slowly but surely. The better news? I haven’t burnt my kitchen down! HIGH FIVE!
A person cannot survive on internet memes and Youtube comments alone lest you want to hate everyone around you. The internet sometimes feels like a gathering of obnoxious, opinionated, hateful people at first glance but if you delve even further, you’ll find that the internet can show you that people aren’t as bad as you think they are, which is why I love Faith Restoring. Their posts will restore your faith in mankind, give you a glimmer of hope that we’re not all hateful twats and possibly inspire you to pass it forward and do a good deed yourself.
Sometimes you just need to talk to an eager ear of someone you’re not going to run into at Hometown Buffet by the chocolate fountain (aka sugar booger pool). BlahTherapy.com is the perfect place to get it all out with actual, real therapists or normal people like you, ready and willing to help. See? People aren’t all that bad! Doesn’t the internet feels like a warmer and cozier place already. Group hug!
The Berry is one of those, visually heavy, minimal websites that’s easy and fast to read AKA: perfect for work. They have motivational posts, funny posts, video posts but most importantly, they’re consistent with their hot guy posts. Grab a super absorbent towel for your drool and check out this week’s shirtless Sundays.
- I wanna be a baller (rainwaterbryanna.wordpress.com)
- Shrunken head? Ripley’s NY to shoppers: Believe it (sushkana000.wordpress.com)
- Dipped Cake Balls (thesparklesisters.wordpress.com)