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All photos via The Brick House

I've recently received a few e-mails from readers asking me what some of my favorite blogs are.

I could blab for days about the mind-blowing amount of praise-worthy creativity present in the vortex that is fashion, food, design, photography, lifestyle and interior blogs. There are so many bloggers out there kicking serious ass.

Let me put it this way: Did anyone have parents that put a time limit on the amount of TV you could watch per day (sidenote: how is one supposed to watch Full House marathons with tube time restraints)? Well, I now have to put these types of limits on myself regarding my time spent on the internet, or I fear I'll get lost in the blogosphere black hole and fail to shower or eat for a solid week.

I've decided that instead of creating one unreasonably long post about my top blogs, I'll be featuring them individually here on JASPR.

I know I'm not alone in listing The Brick House as one of my favorites, but I'm shamelessly jumpin' on that bandwagon! With a tagline like "modern design for frugal folks," who could resist? Morgan Satterfield, author and editor of the blog, always delivers aesthetically pleasing and well-edited interior design and styling content—not to mention, a heavy dose of sarcasm, humor, and an occasional photo of her pups.

I think what I love most about The Brick House is Morgan makes me feel like if all is ever lost, I can rest assured there is still one person in the world that understands me—someone that gets excited about similar (arguably nerdy) things: chairs, rugs, coffee tables, kilim pillows, and the word "boom".

Look—what I'm trying to say is: Check out The Brick House. If you don't, you'll risk missing out on things like this:

All together on three . . . "Awwwwwwwwww." 


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