Here is my current reading list:
I thought that I had a stationery problem - it's not looking so bad now. This site is the stuff of dreams - I have never seen anyone so organised or colour co-ordinated in my life. If you are looking to do some culling and organising or thinking about how to set about your finances, pantry, emergency supplies or anything else for that matter, this is the site for you.
My Mum put me onto this site - it is written in English by a Japanese speaker as a way to practise her English. All the recipes here have step-by-step photographs, few ingredients and taste amazing. There is not posting schedule but there is plenty in the archives to keep you in the kitchen. Many of the recipes are also vegan, and if you have trouble finding ingredients, Izumi often lists alternates that you can use.
This blog is written by an Australian Mum, Kristen who is interested in "kids, food, travel, life" but the bit that interests me most of course is the food. The blog features advice on everyday life as well as featuring recipes and links to other great resources (hello the world of probiotics). The photography is also amazing and the styling to-die-for.
I know this title sounds a bit weird but I, like everyone else, seem to be hooked on probiotics and making them myself (not that I have actually done anything about it yet). This is a resource blog - not too many pictures. If you want to know how to make something like kimchi or some type of fermented vegetable this is your mecca. Written by American Sandor Ellix Katz who looks on fermented foods as an important part of healing the body.