Despite normally being a ridiculously busy person, while I’m on uni holidays, there isn’t a whole lot for me to do at work. So I fill my time with lots of different websites, blogs and online communities. It’s a bit crazy how many different username and passwords I have to remember. The mind does indeed boggle. Here’s a handful of my favourites at the moment.
Shelfari is really great if you’re really into books.
Best thing about Shelfari is being able to organise all of my reading from years past to current readings.
Toni Snell’s Blog is a fairly new discovery.
I like it because she photographs weddings so beautifully, and has done a fair few people that I know
Chictopia is a website for people who are really into fashion, those willing to share their insight, or those willing to gain insight.
The worst thing about Chictopia is feeling the need to upload photos of yourself in very fashionable clothing and sometimes feeling a little, well, unfashionable.
I discovered youversion.com because Sarah Starrenburg showed me how great it was for online journalling.
Greatest features on the website would probably be the ability to make journal notes or contributions private or public, and being able to choose which version of the bible you’d like
This is a favourite because despite the exchange rate, I still find shopping for books and dvd’s online a lot easier
The worst thing about amazon.com is forgetting to think about postage costs and paying more than you thought
I enjoy lauraandfriends because it is regularly updated, varied, funny and helps to keep me up to date with the inner workings of Laura
The thing that would make it a better website would be more frequent posts.