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    Default What do you read online?

    Each day on my phone I read Facebook, BB and now a bit of the women's section of the Huffington Post. I sometimes read a bit of The Age newspaper but I find sad and bad news fills the paper and I hate reading that stuff.

    What do you read online regularly? Can you recommend any websites that are good to read?

    I'm interested in gentle parenting, food, relationships, philosophy, early childhood. I'll add some more as I think of them.
    TIA

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    So in my Google Reader (Reader is being got rid of soon I need to find another blog reader) I have in Parenting section

    Janet Lansbury
    The beginning free our kids (uk thing about spending nothing for a year)
    Free range kids (a bit too American but interesting)
    Analytical armadillo (articles not that frequent)

    Others

    The conversation news site (Aus and Uk) versions

    Non blog style

    BBC news site

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    I follow Teach Preschool (Early Childhood ideas, very close to on par with my own Teaching/Learning philosophies), Enjoying the Simple Things (too feel a bit fancy and out of my league), Be A Fun Mum (for more ideas with the kids/family/home), Martha Stewart (to be fancy again) The Food Pornographer (because I LOVE food blogs, a lot, and I always find myself licking my laptop screen when i'm reading the latest entry!)
    I love blogs etc, real people, real experiences, real opinions, but that's just me. Anything Foodie or Child oriented is my cup of tea

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    Eveyday I read facebook, bb and two midwifery forums. I also read the Guardian online and if I have time, the bbc news and world news Australia. I feel very disconnected if I don't read the news every say.

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    Jezabel
    BuzzFeed
    The Hoopla
    The book of the face
    Daily Life

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    Fab! I've started checking out some of those sites and putting shortcuts in a folder on my home screen. I haven't even looked at fb yet today! Refreshing!
    I also read blogs from Connected Mom, The Badass Breastfeeder and Attachment Parenting International.

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    I'm enjoying Daily Life- things for my brain that aren't mummy orientated.
    I'm also Liking Be a fun mum.
    Thanks and keep em coming!

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    my giggle read is a blog called 'crappy pictures'. parenting with crappy stick figure drawings...i love it.

    birth without fear blog is also one that i tap into every now and then.


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