Sleep Talkin Man

Where to Find Sleep Talkin Man
Blog URL: http://www.Sleeptalkinman.blogspot.com/
Category: humor

Sleep Talkin Man

Adam Lennard is, we’re told, a mild mannered Englishman by day. At night, however, it seems that someone else comes alive. Someone who is sometimes foul mouthed sometimes freaked out, but always funny. You see, Adam Lennard talks in his sleep. Every night, all night. And his wife records it and posts it on his website each morning.

Sleep Talkin Man – Why You Should Go

It’s one of the funniest blogs going. Adam’s wife Karen posts not only the transcripts of her husband’s nighttime musings, but she posts the audio clips as well. It’s actually far funnier when you listen to them, because of his soft spoken voice and British accent.

Summing Up Sleep Talkin Man

A very funny read. This is definitely a good way to brighten up your day. You never know what Adam is going to talk about next. Karen Lennard has definitely made the most out of all the sleep she’s losing. She sells t-shirts, mugs, greeting cards and other items with her husband’s musings on them. You can get merchandise right on the website.

Go here to check out Sleep Talkin Man.


Mary Ward
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Blood and Mud

Where to Find Blood and Mud
Blog URL:http://www.bloodandmud.com/
Category: sports, rugby

Blood and Mud

Blood and Mud says it is the only rugby blog you need to read. This site keeps up with all the goings on of professional rugby and does it from a fan’s point of view. There probably is no better source for keeping up with the world’s rugby matches than Blood and Mud

Blood and Mud – Why You Should Go

The site is informative without taking itself too seriously. You can get the important news on the sport and enjoy a laugh or two, as well. This site is likely very valuable for American rugby fans, since it’s so hard to get rugby news in the US.

Summing Up Blood and Mud

Great, up to date information on rugby. The site covers all the major games, and keeps up with roster changes. The author does a good job of blogging on a regular basis. The blog has gained quite a following, which even improves the amount of information the authors feel compelled to get out there. This is one blog that rugby fans will love.

Go here to check out Blood and Mud.


Mary Ward
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Organic Kitchen

organickitchenWhere to Find Organic Kitchen
Blog URL:http://www.organickitchen.com/index.html
Category: Green Living, Food, Gardening

Organic Kitchen

Organic Kitchen is a gateway site. From here, you’ll not only get great information about going organic, but you’ll also get links to dozens of other great sites that help you with organic living.

Organic Kitchen– Why You Should Go

You’ll find more sites on going organic than you can read in a month. If you’re new to organic, you’ll find this site especially good for helping you find the resources you need to get started. But, even if you’ve been living organic for some time, you’ll find new and interesting sites here that you’re sure to love.

Summing Up Organic Kitchen

Anyone who is interested in organic living will love this site. They regularly add new links to ensure that their readers are gaining access to the best organic living sites. This site is a great way to have “one stop shopping” when it comes to finding out about all thinks organic. Improve your garden, improve your cooking, improve your health, and the environment, too!

Go here to check out Organic Kitchen.


Mary Ward
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The Shoe Girl’s Blog

shoegirlWhere to Find The Shoe Girl’s Blog
Blog URL: http://theshoegirl.blogspot.com/
Category: shoes, shopping, fashion

The Shoe Girl’s Blog

The Shoe Girl is all about shoes – and the higher the heels the better. If you’re into fashion, particularly shoe fashion, you’ll love the author’s finds.  You’ll also love it if you’re a fan of Christian Louboutin’s designs.

The Shoe Girl’s Blog– Why You Should Go

The author is a shoe designer in California, so she’s completely up to date on the latest shoe styles and trends. And, she’s obsessed with high heels, so if you’re a fan of them too, you’ll really appreciate the cool shoes she finds and models. She gives you links to where you can buy the shoes and their prices, too.

Summing up the Shoe Girl’s Blog

Great info on the latest styles in footwear, and just a plain old fun site for shoe lovers. Some of the high heels modeled are completely outrageous, some are fun, some are sexy and some are girly. But, they’re all totally cool, especially if you’re a high heel lover.

Go here to check out The Shoe Girl’s Blog.


Mary Ward
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Cooking with Amy

cooking-with-amyWhere to Find Cooking with Amy
Blog URL:http://cookingwithamy.blogspot.com/
Category: food, cooking

Cooking with Amy

Amy Sherman is a cook and cookbook author based in San Francisco. Her blog offers original recipes, cooking techniques, product reviews and cooking news. She even shares some great travel experiences, including the best places to eat when you travel.

Cooking with Amy – Why You Should Go

The original recipes are reason enough to visit this site. But in addition to her great recipes, you’ll also learn a lot about the best cooking techniques and the products no serious cook can live without.  You’ll also get to meet other cooks to spread the learning.  Amy Sherman is the author of Williams-Sonoma New Flavors for Appetizers and Wine Passport: Portugal (SmartsCo) and wrote the introduction to a recent reprint of the classic Jane Grigson’s Vegetable Book, as well.

Summing Up Cooking with Amy

A great site for any foodie. You’re sure to learn something you didn’t know about cooking techniques, and you’re also certain to find recipes you’ll use over and over again. The site is beautifully presented and offers lots of great tips and information.

Go here to check out Cooking with Amy.


Mary Ward
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Cherryspoon

cherryspoonWhere to Find Cherryspoon
Blog URL: http://www.cherryspoon.com/
Category: food, baking

Cherryspoon

Cherryspoon is written by a woman who has recently begun studying to be a pastry chef. She shares baking recipes and information, of course, but she also shares her adventures in culinary school. The result is a site that makes for interesting reading and great recipes, too. The author grew up in Brazil, and now lives in New York, giving her a wide variety of baking and culinary experiences to share.

Cherryspoon – Why You Should Go

This is a site that all aspiring pastry chefs will love. You’ll also love it if you like to bake, even if you don’t plan to turn your favorite hobby into a career. There are some wonderful recipes you’ll be dying to make for yourself. She also offers plenty of excitement about baking that’s sure to be contagious.

Summing Up Cherryspoon

A site about baking and the adventures of going to culinary school while trying to balance a job and a family. You’ll appreciate not only the food advice from this site, but the real life attitude that the author shares.

Go here to check out Cherryspoon.


Mary Ward
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The Dirty Radish

dirty-radishWhere to Find The Dirty Radish
Blog URL:http://thedirtyradish.blogspot.com/
Category: food, cooking, gardening

The Dirty Radish

The Dirty Radish is a site dedicated to food. The author covers everything from planting to harvesting to cooking and freezing the food she’s grown. It’s a great site for people interested in growing the things they use in their kitchen and for people dedicated to finding new ways to use ingredients.

The Dirty Radish– Why You Should Go

It’s a fun and functional way of looking at food. The tips, suggestions and recipes are ones you’ll actually use, and the writing is fresh. It’s very much a personal blog, but has appeal for anyone who likes to vegetable garden and cook. Following the author’s garden for this summer and her food stockpiling in preparation for the upcoming birth of her baby is fun and interesting.

Summing Up The Dirty Radish

A foodie site that goes a bit further than many others because it starts at the very beginning; the planting stage. She helps people learn to grow their own food and then harvest it and use it sensibly and economically in their own kitchens. It’s kind of “pioneer woman” but thoroughly for today.

Go here to check out The Dirty Radish.


Mary Ward
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