Most of the blogs that are in my RSS reader and on my daily radar are local blogs. Blogs about Pittsburgh and blogs about other cities. But there are a few blogs that aren’t about a specific place that I like to keep an eye on. Here are a few of my favorites, some like Lifehacker are super helpful. Other blogs, like Swiss-Miss, are filled with smart ideas and some are just for fun.
Not local, but a few blogs still worth a read
Blogs that are helpful, inspiring or just funny
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What non-local sites do you read on a daily basis?