Cyberspace Gems

October 8, 2010 at 12:05 pm (Cyberspace Gems)

 Since I’ve been back, I’ve been frantically trying to catch up on all the posts that flooded my Google Reader. Here are some of my recent favourites.
Is it helpful to categorise them like this?


I love the way that The Glamourous Grad Student has pimped glamourized her Filofax.

Over at Patsyfox, Angie shows us what some of her super talented fashion design drawing salon students are up to. I am definitely enrolling at the Patsyfox Drawing Salon next year!

This post about The No Project, explains how Sam from Backstage at Bento (Bento being her beautiful new fashion line) is using her own disappointment to benefit those less fortunate.


The wise Sarah from Yes and Yes shares her 31 Things I’ve Learned in 31 Years.

Marthe from The Freedom Project posts tips to help you Create Space to Dream.

Sarah Wilson discusses the Elegance of a Morning Routine.

What are you first? Vanessa (Chicken Soup for the Dorky Soul) asks how you describe yourself.


Super Kawaii Mama has come to the rescue again with one of her fantastic tutorials. This time it’s How To Create The Perfect Winged Eyeliner.

Ponikuta has great videos of her interview with Benefit Cosmetics’ Global Brow Expert Hilary Foote for those of you that may want some brow assistance/advice.

Laura shares some of her makeup faves over at Life. Beauty. Laughter.


What Katie Ate is a food blog with the most delicious and mouth watering pictures. This Sunday Sundaes post definitely had me drooling.
WARNING: Don’t click if you’re feeling peckish.

What gems have you found when trawling the internet?

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