I am not affiliated with any of these websites. I have simply found them in my internet wanderings and found them interesting or helpful.
This isn’t a long post as it is Christmas Eve, but I did want to share some helpful websites that I’ve found over the past month or so. Now, many people are familiar with these already, but hopefully you’ll find something on this list that is helpful and new to you :-). If you have suggestions for a list like this in January, please feel free to comment! I’ll check out your recommendations over the next couple of weeks.
Merry Christmas to those who celebrate it, and happy holidays to those who do not. I hope you all have a wonderful new year!
(I would also like to add that I am not getting paid or reimbursed in any way for any of these recommendations. They are my own honest thoughts on these websites. Your mileage may vary.)
- DIY Planner – this site is an awesome source for planners. They have different categories (such as Psychology, Reference and Time Management). And SO many choices…if you can’t find something here, well, there’s no hope for it – you will truly have to do it yourself!
- Stone Soup For Five – I can’t remember how I found this one, but I think I was searching for information on bullet journals. I love all things journals and journaling. At any rate, that’s a good reason to check this blog out. It is religious, is the “home of the Personal Legacy Bible Study Series”, and has a store.
- Yourtango.com – this is an interesting romance-advice-blog site. It has sections on men, dating, couplehood, sex, and breakups, among others. I recommend taking a little while to take a look at it. I found some helpful information here on renewing my relationship with my husband.
- BlogLovin’ – This is an interesting way to keep up with multiple blogs. Apparently, you can add ANY blog that you want to follow and keep up with all of the blogs in one place. The appearance reminds me of Pinterest, with different posts appearing on one page. I just thing this is a great idea. You can also click to Find Blogs, Explore, and just keep up with what’s hot at the moment. You can sign up with email or with Facebook.
- On a completely different note, the American Psychological Association website has a lot of information on it that I think is valuable. There are topics such as depression, ethics, learning and memory, race and stress, as well as links for Continuing Education, Divisions, Finding a Psychologist, and PsyCareers.
- Good Housekeeping Product Reviews – excellent source of information on many products that they test every year. There are categories such as Beauty & Makeup, Appliances, Cars & Travel Products, and Health & Fitness. They also feature “Recently Tested”, and seasonal items like “The Best Wines to Go With the Bird” and “Toy Awards: The Best Picks for 2014”.
Well, I think that is about it for today. It is probably about it for the year as well. Life will be pretty busy between now and the end of the year. I wish anyone reading this all the best in 2015.