I have a few staple blogs I like to read. Each one satisfies a different interests.
I read A Cup of Jo to satisfy my need for visually pleasing girly/mom/adult stuff like fashion, food and pop culture.
I read Zen Habits to satisfy my need to slow down and be a little more in the moment.
I read The Full Montessori to get more ideas for teaching as well as Playful Learning to expand my repertoire and stay organized.
I also love the Kitchn or Dinner a Love Story for recipes I'll probably never get around to making and Oh Happy Day for beautiful projects that we love to look at, but again will probably never get around to making.
All that being said... I have a new favorite site that seems like a good crossover here. It's called The Adventures Archive, part of the Teach a Talent site. Picture this, one mom, two kids and a whole slew of talented people passing on their skills to a young audience. A few weeks ago they visited a tailor's shop where they learned to make feather bow ties and take measurements for garments. They've also gone to a tea and spice shop and visited a florist. Isn't this a lovely idea? It makes me want to bring in some of these talented people and have them do a short lesson in my class! And what an awesome outing for kids - taking the ordinary and making it extraordinary!