Lifestyle Blogs en Websites – 2

Blog en websiteoverzicht van Buitenlandse Lifestyle sites

Op deze pagina vind je een overzicht van de bekende en minder Buitenlandse Lifestyle Blogs waaronder A Cup of Jo, Cupcakes and Cashmere, Lauren Conrad, Living in Yellow, Geez Gwen en Apartment Therapy. Het merendeel van de Blogs en websites zijn in het Engels, maar je komt op de overzichtpagina’s ook Duitse, Zweedse of anderstalige blogs tegen.

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CUPCAKES AND CASHMERE

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    Cupcakes & Cashmere

  • Scenes from a Tuesday Afternoon
    A black linen dress is about as ubiquitous as it gets when it comes to summer dressing, but it's surprisingly hard to track down one that's just right. This Sézane mini is how I envision myself dressing anytime it's warm - with its balloon sleeves, simple silhouette, and bow-tie-in-the-back, it... Read more »
  • A Letter to My Daughter On Her 9th Birthday
    Dear Sloan, Happy 9th Birthday! You're on the precipice of such change, straddling the line between carefree kid and independent adolescent and it's been a joy (most of the time) watching you navigate it with such enthusiasm. Your sense of imagination and creativity astound me and though I know it... Read more »
  • What I Wore in October
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  • Bundled Up in Mint
    The majority of my wardrobe consists mainly of neutrals these days, which is why there's nothing more satisfying than finishing a look with a scene-stealing coat in mint green. Sézane is one of my go-to brands for well-made classics with a French twist (I live in these shirts) and these... Read more »
  • Stepping into Fall
    I was ready for this weather on September 1st, but had to sit tight until it felt appropriate to wear fall outfits. I've been loving the look of sweaters paired with shorts and boots, which is also ideal for cold mornings and warmer afternoons, and these pieces from Sézane are... Read more »
  • Life, lately
    I know for a lot of people, winter is when they can find themselves feeling down, desperate for warm weather and a little sun. But as we *finally* start to enter cooler temperatures in L.A., I've been emerging from what I can only call a "summer slump." I've always favored... Read more »
  • What I Wore in August
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FAR OUT MAGAZINE

A CUP OF JO

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    Cup of Jo

  • Have a Relaxing Weekend.
    What are you up to this weekend? My mom is visiting us, and tonight we’re going to watch my favorite movie (so good and intense!). Also, Toby’s hosting his 14th birthday party tomorrow, even though he was just born.… Read more The post Have a Relaxing Weekend. appeared first on... Read more »
  • Spring Salad Trends
    Pistachios for the win! By the wonderful Grace Farris. P.S. Solo meals and chef’s table. … Read more The post Spring Salad Trends appeared first on Cup of Jo.... Read more »
  • VideoFour Fun Things
    This week, I was lucky enough to see a screening of Babes, which comes out tomorrow – and is AMAZING. Two best friends (played by Ilana Glazer and Michelle Buteau) navigate the chaos of pregnancy and childbirth and friendship.… Read more The post Four Fun Things appeared first on Cup... Read more »
  • 9 Reader Comments On Aging
    Lately I’ve been thinking about aging and how much of a gift it is. The older you get, the more pro tips you have under your belt, and laugh lines are *literal proof* of a life that is full of humor.… Read more The post 9 Reader Comments On Aging... Read more »
  • The One Food I Always Bring When Traveling With Kids
    When packing snacks for a trip, I’ve never quite managed to be the type of parent who brings along a rainbow of wholesome foods… Goldfish?… Read more The post The One Food I Always Bring When Traveling With Kids appeared first on Cup of Jo.... Read more »
  • Let’s Find This Reader Sandals for a Trip!
    “Would you consider posting a round-up of cute comfy sandals for a mom who is going on her first girls’ trip to France this summer?” wrote Hannah, a Cup of Jo reader.… Read more The post Let’s Find This Reader Sandals for a Trip! appeared first on Cup of Jo.... Read more »

LIVING IN YELLOW

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    Cup of Jo

  • Have a Relaxing Weekend.
    What are you up to this weekend? My mom is visiting us, and tonight we’re going to watch my favorite movie (so good and intense!). Also, Toby’s hosting his 14th birthday party tomorrow, even though he was just born.… Read more The post Have a Relaxing Weekend. appeared first on... Read more »
  • Spring Salad Trends
    Pistachios for the win! By the wonderful Grace Farris. P.S. Solo meals and chef’s table. … Read more The post Spring Salad Trends appeared first on Cup of Jo.... Read more »
  • VideoFour Fun Things
    This week, I was lucky enough to see a screening of Babes, which comes out tomorrow – and is AMAZING. Two best friends (played by Ilana Glazer and Michelle Buteau) navigate the chaos of pregnancy and childbirth and friendship.… Read more The post Four Fun Things appeared first on Cup... Read more »
  • 9 Reader Comments On Aging
    Lately I’ve been thinking about aging and how much of a gift it is. The older you get, the more pro tips you have under your belt, and laugh lines are *literal proof* of a life that is full of humor.… Read more The post 9 Reader Comments On Aging... Read more »
  • The One Food I Always Bring When Traveling With Kids
    When packing snacks for a trip, I’ve never quite managed to be the type of parent who brings along a rainbow of wholesome foods… Goldfish?… Read more The post The One Food I Always Bring When Traveling With Kids appeared first on Cup of Jo.... Read more »
  • Let’s Find This Reader Sandals for a Trip!
    “Would you consider posting a round-up of cute comfy sandals for a mom who is going on her first girls’ trip to France this summer?” wrote Hannah, a Cup of Jo reader.… Read more The post Let’s Find This Reader Sandals for a Trip! appeared first on Cup of Jo.... Read more »

GEEZ GWEN

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    Geez, Gwen!

  • The Winter Book Club Is Live
    Just in time for the coziest season of the year! Our BRAND NEW Winter Book Club has just launched, and we couldn’t be more excited to share all of the fun details with you! Our Book Club is a unique, interactive, and child-led reading program that features over 35 digital... Read more »
  • Gratitude Journaling for Kids
    Find out how to get your family started with a daily gratitude practice. Gratitude journaling is a simple and meaningful way to help everyone focus on their blessings. Thirty gratitude journaling prompts included. The post Gratitude Journaling for Kids appeared first on Geez, Gwen!.... Read more »
  • Simple Sheet Music Christmas Ornament
    These Sheet Music Christmas Tree Ornaments are extremely simple to make and extra cute. This is a great winter craft activity for students! The post Simple Sheet Music Christmas Ornament appeared first on Geez, Gwen!.... Read more »
  • VideoHow To Make Salt Dough Ornaments
    Salt dough ornaments make a simple winter craft idea for kids and they become treasured keepsakes or precious gifts for kids to share. The post How To Make Salt Dough Ornaments appeared first on Geez, Gwen!.... Read more »
  • Christmas Kindness
    Simple Ways to Share Christmas Kindness! Great ideas for kids to spread love and joy this holiday season. The post Christmas Kindness appeared first on Geez, Gwen!.... Read more »
  • VideoGiant Brown Bag Snowflake DIY
    DIY paper bag snowflakes make a great winter craft project for kids and adults! Simple and beautiful! The post Giant Brown Bag Snowflake DIY appeared first on Geez, Gwen!.... Read more »
  • Advent Calendar Activity Ideas – Family Activities, Crafts, and Kindness
    This collection of Advent Activities will help you make the most of your Christmas countdown. Divided into three sections we will cover Family Activities for Advent, Advent Craft Ideas, and Acts of Kindness for Advent. The post Advent Calendar Activity Ideas – Family Activities, Crafts, and Kindness appeared first on... Read more »

APARTMENT THERAPY

JULIE BLANNER

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    Julie Blanner

  • Creamy Pasta Salad Dressing
    This creamy pasta salad dressing has a rich, smooth consistency that envelops the ingredients of your pasta salad. It's made with a base of mayonnaise for a velvety texture.... Read more »
  • Apple Chipotle Vinaigrette
    This is an incredible apple chipotle vinaigrette dressing that's loaded with flavor to spice up your salads, burrito bowls, wraps, chicken, salmon and more!... Read more »
  • Cookie Butter Recipes
    If you love all things cookie butter, you're in the right place! Turn this delightful treat into something even more amazing with our tips, tricks and delicious dessert recipes.... Read more »
  • Paloma Mix
    Our paloma mix is made with just 3 ingredients – all you'll need to add is tequila! This make-ahead fresh paloma mix makes it easy to shake up everyone's favorite paloma cocktail for parties.... Read more »
  • Crème Brûlée French Toast Casserole
    Crème Brûlée French Toast casserole is one of the easiest brunch recipes! This make-ahead dish is made with just a few staple ingredients and comes together in minutes. Like Crème Brûlée it's rich and custardy in the center and topped with crunchy caramel flavor.... Read more »
  • Chicken Mushroom Pasta
    This creamy chicken mushroom pasta is decadent enough to be a restaurant dish, but easy enough to whip together for a weeknight dinner. It's garlicky and comforting, and the sauce is oh-so-silky thanks to the heavy whipping cream.... Read more »
  • Bucatini all’Amatriciana
    Our rich and flavorful Bucatini all’Amatriciana is made with staple ingredients. It's an easy sauce that comes together in just 30 minutes, with such incredible flavor.... Read more »

SOCIALIFE MAGAZINE

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    Social the Lifestyle Magazine

  • 6 Ways California Can Teach Us to Lead Healthier, More Fulfilling Lives
    California, often seen as the trendsetter in wellness and lifestyle innovations, offers more than just scenic landscapes and Hollywood glamor. From its environmental initiatives to its wellness culture, there’s much to learn from the Golden State when it comes to living a healthier, more sustainable life. Let’s dive into the... Read more »
  • Experience Nature’s Majesty: Exploring Northern California’s Stunning Beauty at The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe
    Are you a nature lover? Are you looking for a romantic get-away with serene views and a nature-filled experience? Consider The Ritz-Carlton’sLake Tahoe location, in Northern California. I had the pleasure of speaking with the marketing team behind the Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe, and the team shared exclusive insight as to... Read more »
  • Travel Fails and How to Bounce Back: Relationship Repair Tips After a Bumpy Trip
    Travelling with your partner can be an amazing experience, creating lasting memories and deepening your romantic bond. However, even the most well-planned trips can hit a snag along the way… Lost luggage, missed flights, and unexpected delays – these travel ‘fails’ are common and can lead to frustration and disagreements.... Read more »
  • Hitting the Road Solo: Top 5 US Destinations for Unforgettable Single Adventures
    Traveling solo can be incredibly rewarding. You set the pace, explore your interests freely, and open yourself up to unexpected experiences. But where to go? The USA boasts a vast landscape, from bustling cities brimming with culture to awe-inspiring natural wonders. If you’re a single adventurer looking for your next escapade, look no further! Here are the top five... Read more »
  • A Culinary Journey with Chef ‘Jerzy’ Gonzalez-Arroyo: Personal Chef Services for Home and Business
    Personal chef experiences are often part of a luxurious culinary journey, offering tasteful delights for the palate and frequently providing healthier options for clients. Additional reasons to consider hiring in-home chef services include: the high quality service a chef can provide, personalized dietary needs, and a visually glamorous culinary experience ... Read more »
  • Brewing Up Benefits: A Look at Popular Mushroom Coffee Options
    Coffee. It’s the magic potion that gets many of us going each morning. But for some, the jitters, afternoon crashes, and potential for stomach upset can be drawbacks. Enter mushroom coffee – a new twist on an old favorite that boasts potential health benefits alongside an energy boost. Here’s a quick rundown of some popular mushroom... Read more »
  • Understanding the Recent Police Raids on Sean Combs’ Homes
    In recent news, the homes of renowned music mogul Sean Combs, also known as Diddy, have been subject to police raids, sparking public interest and speculation. These incidents have shed light on the complexities surrounding celebrity status, law enforcement procedures, and the importance of transparency in such matters. The Raids:... Read more »

A FOODIES STAY FIT

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    TeriLyn Adams

  • My Skincare Routine for my dry, aging skin
    With Beautycounter going away right as I was about to restock a lot of things, I’ve had to overhaul quite a bit of my skincare routine! So, today I’m sharing... The post My Skincare Routine for my dry, aging skin appeared first on TeriLyn Adams.... Read more »
  • Oliveda Skincare Review: My Experience as a Skincare Junkie
    All $50+ Oliveda orders ship free! And take this skincare quiz to get a free product when you order 2+ of the recommended products. I love skincare. And one of... The post Oliveda Skincare Review: My Experience as a Skincare Junkie appeared first on TeriLyn Adams.... Read more »
  • The 5 Best Denim Shorts for Moms
    Denim shorts are by far the most worn thing in my closet in the warmer months. They’re comfortable to wear all day, go with any top, and look cute with... The post The 5 Best Denim Shorts for Moms appeared first on TeriLyn Adams.... Read more »
  • The Best Replacements for your Beautycounter Products
    If you’re looking for alternatives for your Beautycounter products, I’ve got you covered. (Ulta has a FEW things left, so check there first) I’ve been using Beautycounter alongside a handful... The post The Best Replacements for your Beautycounter Products appeared first on TeriLyn Adams.... Read more »
  • I found the BEST white jeans ever (after trying on 15 brands!!!)
    I tried on 15 different pairs of skinny white jeans before I found the keeper. Now I have 3 different styles from the same brand.  Madewell is having a 20%... The post I found the BEST white jeans ever (after trying on 15 brands!!!) appeared first on TeriLyn Adams.... Read more »
  • What Happened to Beautycounter?
    Beautycounter has been discontinued! In the meantime, I have recommendations for Beautycounter product swaps linked in this post. Also, be sure to join my email list so you can be... The post What Happened to Beautycounter? appeared first on TeriLyn Adams.... Read more »
  • Daily Harvest Smoothie Review: Are they worth the cost?
    If you want to try Daily Harvest for yourself, use this link and promo code TERI to get up to $65 off your first box! I first got hooked on... The post Daily Harvest Smoothie Review: Are they worth the cost? appeared first on TeriLyn Adams.... Read more »

THE A.V. CLUB

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    The A.V. Club

  • God, just imagine Hank Hill saying "My son is a fusion chef in Dallas"
    There’s maybe no project looming on the pop culture horizon at the moment that we need to be good quite like the King Of The Hill revival that’s currently in the works at Hulu. Mike Judge and Greg Daniels’ long-running, low-key examination of Texas life (and Texas life accessories) has... Read more »
  • A ton of people came together to watch Young Sheldon die
    Young Sheldon died this week, carried to sitcom heaven (which he would pointedly, and annoyingly, interrupt to tell you doesn’t exist) by hordes of network TV angels (same). But while the character, played by Iain Armitage in his more larval form, has now -zinga’d his last ba-, he didn’t go... Read more »
  • Las Vegas hot dog restaurant apologizes after sorely underestimating the power of Bluey
    Today, in “For the love of Christ, don’t mess around with Bluey fans” news: A Las Vegas hot dog restaurant apparently brought the wrath of hundreds, if not thousands, of fans of the animated Australian pooch down on their own heads this week, after announcing a free “Bluey Day” at... Read more »
  • Emma Stone and Jesse Plemons to keep their Yorgos Lanthimos streaks going
    Even as Poor Things and The Favourite director Yorgos Lanthimos is busy at Cannes, debuting his latest movie—short story anthology film Kinds Of Kindness, drawing strong reviews—he’s already lined up his next project, Bugonia. That includes just-released casting info about the upcoming film, revealing that Kindness sta…Read more...... Read more »
  • Johnny Knoxville sued for allegedly doing some very Johnny Knoxville things
    Johnny Knoxville is facing a new lawsuit this week, related to alleged behavior that we could hopefully be forgiven for mentally filing as “Some fairly typical Johnny Knoxville-type shit.” The Jackass star is the subject of a new lawsuit from writer Daniel Curry, a former creative consultant on Knoxville’s new... Read more »
  • Times must be tight, as Gray's Anatomy and FBI cut back their stars' work orders
    TV’s ongoing budget crunch has hit another milestone of “Welp, that’s probably not good” over the last two weeks: The casts of some of the most fundamentally unkillable shows on television have reportedly gotten their individual episode orders cut down. That includes the massive ensemble at Gray’s Anatomy, and now... Read more »
  • R.I.P. Dabney Coleman, legendary jerk of TV and film
    Dabney Coleman has died. A veteran actor of stage and screen, with nearly 200 credits to his name, Coleman’s (frequently scowling, almost always mustachioed) face was a fixture of American film and TV from the 1960s forward. Renowned for his ability to play just the right kind of loathsome jerk—the... Read more »

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