Spring is nearly here and the sneak peak Mother Nature has provided Sydney recently has really got me into the “Spring Cleaning” mood early this year. I love packing away all my bulky winter clothes and clearing space in my wardrobe for a fresh and vibrant Spring wardrobe. But Spring cleaning isn’t only about the clothes, I have also looked and cleaning my body after the many winter feasts it has endured over the colder months.
Lately I have been looking into clean eating and organic food more (yes Amolaya you are starting to rub off on me!) in an attempt to eradicate my frame of the horrid winter wobbles.
In addition, I have also been focussing on finally clearing out the clutter that is encasing my apartment. I have almost finished my spare room with the living room next on my list. With all these preparations, it’s no wonder my internet browsing history resembles a bookshop’s “How To” section!
The recipes on Eat Drink Paleo make mouth water, especially this slow cooked lamb shoulder
I have been getting my healthy on by reading up all things positive on the Lorna Jane website, Move Nourish Believe
Finding a way to add a little sparkle to my interiors thanks to this post on The Glitter Guide
Finding inspiration (and direction) to make my own artwork for around the home on Apartment Therapy
I keep finding myself lost in all the pretty pictures on Samantha Wills blog
This week I have really had two main focuses whilst online, planning my upcoming 30th birthday party and trying to find some new and sure-fire ways to cure all my impending ailments. This time of year is always a killer for me. So for my Wednesday Website Whip-around this week, or my WWW if you will (I love a good acronym pun), you will notice a very party orientated and well being trend occurring.
With my upcoming party, I have been busy researching the perfect canapes and cocktails to serve to my guests and Food Republic has definitely provided plenty of inspiration for me
With the commencement of cold & flu season off to a bad start already, i thought i should find some easy and healthy solutions to aid my recovery and prevention. Whilst perusing Ms Stewart’s entertaining section, i noticed the Whole Living tab and thought i’d check it out – not bad at all. Under the Wellbeing tab there is a Natural Remedies tab that has a whole heap of suggestions to aid you in recovery.
Clockwise: Shoes of Prey, Pink Frosting, Martha Stewart, Whole Living, Food Republic & Style Me Pretty
What websites have you been visiting or which are your go to sites when you have 10 minutes to fill?
Like a lot of people I know, I have noticed I spend more and more time online these days. Whether it is online shopping, searching for a new recipe or even just catching up on the latest gossip, increasingly I am turning to the net for research and pleasure.
Here are my six (thought I’d break the mould and go for a different number) favourite sites this week:
Sous Style is one of my new favourite sites to visit, it has everything from recipes, home decorating tips and general awesomeness
The Boys Club is the place to go if you are looking for a special drink when entertaining friends. These boys have the best recipes that make me thirsty with every click. I can’t wait to make their Rhubarb Sour
Who doesn’t love perusing pages and pages of gorgeous clothes and The Outnet never disappoints! currently I am lusting after this Oscar de la Renta pencil skirt
I am a self-confessed Pinterest addict from way back, I’m still pinning daily, so be sure to follow me @imkateelizabeth
I love new cooking inspiration and this week, whilst resting my poor sick body, I have been indulging myself with hours and hours of Lifestyle Food watching, which has also transferred to hours and hours of online perusing for the recipes seen on TV – Nigella, Gordon and Heston, oh my!
L-R: The Outnet, The Boys Club, Lifestyle Food, Pinterest