When us bloggers are procrastinating on our latest assignment, we enjoy Facebooking, emailing, and watching our shows on Netflix. But when we want to get out of the more well-known and populated parts of the internet, we head to these websites to get our fill of interesting things.
My go-to website outside the realm of social media is Refinery 29. It has the latest street style fashion trends and an amazing beauty section. A cool aspect of this site is that you can pick a major fashion industry city to follow specific trends in that area. I highly recommend this website for any and all fashion lovers.
I am obsessed with quotes, so I love being able to make them into little works of art! Recite This such a great way to procrastinate.
Whenever I’m bored, Grace “Daily Grace” Helbig never ceases to entertain me. With a new vlog every weekday ranging from Wednesday Reviews, Thursday How-Tos, and Sexy Fridays, her material is endless. There is something special about a female comedian, and Grace truly is a hilarious gal!
I don’t wander onto Tumblr often, but when I do, I always end up going to CelebInspire. I follow lots of professional fashion blogs, but this one is most favored in my eyes. Rather than focusing on a certain style, it is eclectic, and always fresh and able to accommodate to my ever-changing sense of style.
E!Online is my go-to website when I’ve spent too much time on Facebook or Pinterest and need a change of scenery. I’m a sucker for celebrity gossip so I go to Eonline.com at least twice a week to access weekly celeb drama.
Deadspin is a sports and pop-culture blog that is part of the Gawker family. A great deal of their content is reserved for making fun of ESPN and athletes.
Reddit is perfect for people who cannot stomach 4chan and who roll their eyes at 9Gag. It’s the perfect community of humor, badassery and intellect.