I am really enjoying reading some of my favorite sources for eye candy and inspiration because I am always comforted to find other people that think or feel in the same bizarre way that I do, or that I can look up literally anything. The hubs and do about 15 combined searches a day on Wikipedia.
Since one of my best hobbies is napping, I sometimes need inspiration for living the full life. Here are some of my new and old favorites to read to ensure we are L-I-V-I-N.
Snippet and Ink: For the best eye candy, wedding or otherwise, check out Kathryn's blog. The only downside about it is that I wish I could plan a wedding once a month. There has never been better inspiration boards in the history of blogging, and this is the essence of style over just fashion.
Coco+Kelley: Speaking of style, not just fashion, I love to read Cassandra Lavalle's blog so that I can dream about being that put together. I use her blog to peer pressure myself into taking my hot mess down a few notches.
Victor Schueller: For positivity and self help, I must recommend my friend Victor. First, he is one of the most positive and genuine people that I know, so his attitude is legit. When I listen to his radio podcasts for guest appearances, I am often like, oh, I don't buy into that shenanigans. And then I am like, huh, good point. Positude, people.
Jen Lancaster and Jenny Lawson: Jen Lancaster and Jenny Lawson's blogs, while not related, offer enough sarcasm, swearing, and better-than-fiction stories than I could ever live in a lifetime. And believe me, I am trying to keep up. These are for a good laugh and when your positive attitude is even annoying you.
Rick Steves' Travel Blog: Rick Steves is one magoo dude, but damn if he isn't always right. Don't travel to Europe without Rick Steves and a nerdy back pack that you only wear with one strap. Apparently, that is Rick's preferred method of travel, with backpack circa 1987.
22 Words: Random, fun and quirky inserts of things you never knew you needed. But you TOTALLY do.
Don't get me wrong, I am keeping up my black-belt napping skills.