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Cooking Blogs I admire:
Tasty, creative, drool ll over the screen kind of photos, and my personal kick to start this blog: Minimalist Baker.
Nutrition first, not compromising on looks and taste: Golubka Kitchen.
Love the writing and love the recipes: Oh She Glows.
The never ending sweet inspiration girl: Chocolate Covered Katie.
Amazing amount of vegan Indian food: Vegan Richa.
Not sure if I admire the writing or the recipes more, either way, worth your time to learn Hebrew for this one: Dvarim Bealma.
The first food blog I ever started reading and a blogger I was lucky to meet and I truly admire the work she does: Bazek Alim.
Creative/crazy and always good: Ptitim.
My go to blog for impressive dishes: The Vlog.
Amazing pictures and creativity: Parparaot.
Coursera, for those of you who don’t know it yet, is an online site, that offers academic courses from top universities around the world in just about any subject matter you’r interested in! 2 of the best courses I’ve done there that really made me change the way I think about some very basic concepts were “The History of Human Kind” and “Behavioral Economics”, by Yuval Noah Harari and Dan Ariely, respectively.
Amazing endless inspiration ideas for home remodeling and decor: Houzz.