Friday Five: Top 5 Blogs I Read Religiously

It’s time for the Friday Five- where I make a list of  5ish things…at least that’s the plan.

I’ve got a wee bit of a blog habit going on. My Google Reader is bursting at the seams and that’s the way I like it. It all started back when I moved to site and needed a substitute for my magazine habit. The morning I discovered I could send all my favorite blog feeds to Google Reader and read them in one place was the beginning a beautiful new routine.

  1. The Pioneer Woman: What can I say? Girl’s got it going on. I love her photography, the imagery of the farm, her wit and her recipes. This is the first blog I read every morning. And good God, I hope to win one of those Nikon cameras she gives away.
  2. Obama Foodorama: “White House Food Initiatives…And Other Bipartisan Bytes Of Food Politics.” I love reading about the progress of Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move!” campaign and other White House food matters.
  3. The Sartorialist: This is a street style blog that delivers incredible photos capturing impecable style.
  4. Eat Live Run: I fell in love with this blog back when it was a Healthy Living Blog and I think I like it more now that it’s a straight up Food Blog, who needs all the exercise stuff anyway? Her recipes look amazing and I love her sarcasm and honesty.
  5. Kath Eats Real Food: Because oatmeal makes my world go round. I love all the photos, healthy food ideas and oatmeal porn. This is one of the Healthy Living Blogs I like the most because it’s realistic and doesn’t make me feel like a loser for not running 7 marathons a year, or even one.
Think you know a blog I would like? Leave me a link in the comments. I promise I read more than just food blogs.
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About Kelsi

I'm a 20-something girl with a penchant for travel and a love of food. I'm prone to outdoor adventures, laughs over beers and photography missions. I write about my journeys on my blog, Some Sojourns, and on the Vayable Blog.

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