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The Thoughts Room. This site is great for when my brain gets overloaded and I need to release thoughts. It helps with my anxiety from time to time as well.
RP Generators. It's a fun little site that might also serve as a writing prompt aid. You just type in two random characters from anything, and it generates a scenario. For example, I typed in Red Riding Hood and Peter Pan, and got this:
"Red Riding Hood accidentally drinks a love potion and falls for Peter Pan"
A Soft Murmur. Sometimes when I'm reading or writing, or even trying to fall asleep I like to listen to ambient sounds over music. This site also has an app, but not all the sounds are available for free with the app, so I just pull it up on my tablet through chrome and listen to it that way. (I'm cheap and don't want to spend a dollar on a sound I can get for free by using the internet browser)
Wattpad. I have yet to write and post anything on this site because I don't really know how the rights stuff works, and I am not completely comfortable with posting original stuff just yet. But I enjoy reading people's content.
HPFF. My favorite Harry Potter Fanfiction site. I found this website before the 6th Harry Potter book came out and started reading/writing around that time too. I have about half a story posted, I don't know if I want to tell you what it is. But, since the movies/the books are done with, my favorite authors on there have kind of stopped posting, which makes me a little sad because one story, in particular, was really good and I wanted to know how it ended. I am a nerd.
Pinch Me. This is a site where you can request samples of mostly household items for free. They don't even charge a shipping fee.
Blogger University. I love this site. It is very helpful with refreshing my memory of how to HTML.
I was trying not to use vague broad sites, but I am running out of specific websites.
Tumblr. This site has a lot of different content. I follow a decent number of food blogs on Tumblr, as well as a lot of cat and puppy blogs. (The link is to a post of something I created with my husband. I personally think it's really funny but is possibly an outdated meme.)
Pinterest. It's hard not to love Pinterest. I mostly use it to find recipe ideas and occasionally some DIY stuff.
ETSY. There is a lot of cute stuff on Etsy. And I really love that it's stuff that regular folks make and not some big company. You know thought and care go into their products.