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Ten of Many: Internet sites I use.
Top Ten Websites
Member Name: Listerbelle
Top Ten Websites
Date: 21/04/13, updated on 13/10/13 (104 review reads)
Advantages: Informative, life-changing
Disadvantages: Where did my evening go?
Like so many people, I use many websites most days. Here are ten of my favourites.
This is my favourite site for flight searches. Results, which are presented visually rather than as a boring list, can be sorted by travel time, price, or - my favourite - by "agony". It's an easy site to navigate, highly recommended.
With a life strewn across three continents, the BritishExpats fora have helped me streamline my life. For many years this was the only website I spent more than five minutes on daily. It's useful with a strong and mainly helpful community.
This website is so much more than "Facebook for professionals". Nowadays it is truly a career must. I particularly enjoy the go-getting, motivational aspects to having a varied, professional network.
One of my recent finds this organisation labels itself as a "global community" committed to encouraging and supporting women leaning in to their ambitions. I particularly enjoy the site's success stories.
I learned about this website from a parenting magazine. It changed my life, instantly lifting my probable post-natal depression. The site is a boon to people aiming to lose weight and/or improve their fitness levels. The community is VERY supportive, and, again, there are wonderful motivation stories and pictures. And it helped me find my abs again ☺
I was drawn to this recipe website when searching for a flourless chocolate cake. It's my go-to site when contemplate what to cook or when I'm searching for a little culinary inspiration. The user reviews on the site are excellent and very helpful.
PrudentBaby is a lifestyle/design/sewing/creative delight that keeps me in touch with my rarely-expressed crafty side.
I love languages! This website is well structured and very useful for those of us in the process of acquiring Spanish language skills.
I'm probably a little more interested in earthquakes than your average Brit, as there is a fault line that runs beneath the garage of our southern Californian home. This website keeps me up to date with what tectonic activity has recently occurred. Of course it wont stop our house collapsing if a Big One comes along. But a little earthquake p.o.r.n keeps me mildly interested in the subject.
This is a friend's site that details life and challenges in an orphanage in Peru. The infrequently-updated website keeps this orphanage's supporters up to date with the life and times of the children, and also serves as a useful reminder of Tesco's impervious expression: every little helps!
So there you have it. An insight into my little internet world.
Summary: Summary - just ten of my many favourite websites!