Inspired by the rest of the blogosphere I'm going to implore you to visit some other blogs I really like (from my list on the left, here):
Andrea (no): writes beautifully crafted poetry with profound emotional roots.
Design & typo le blog (fr): French blog on everything about design and typography, be it contemporary of five centuries old.
Flamme forlag (no): these lads are the cat's pajamas, and run the nicest DIY publishing house in (dare I say) the world. Their blog is abundant in hipsterdom I can only dream of, alas.
Frøydis (no): promises you eternal rhubarb and is the best girl I know, she looks at every little detail of daily life, preferably from the side, somewhat diagonally.
Garance Doré (fr): impeccable photography and French street style.
Gille Krivich (ru): hailing from Ukraine this russophone lady is the new Egon Schiele, master of analogue photography and edgy fashion inspiration.
Glamourbibliotekaren (no): intelligent inspiration and attention to the small (and thus most important) things in life.
Hannah (eng): beautiful Hannah has an extraordinary eye for all things pleasurable.
Inger Johanne (eng): my classmate, examining reality with a sharp tongue and wit, and lots of lovely pictures of our ersatz hometown.
Julie (eng): also a partner in crime of mine, with tender and intimate descriptions of everyday life.
Liebe Marlene (eng): magical vintage style inspiration.
Linn (no): Linn is Oslo incarnate, braiding the love of a young woman together with urban life, reading like a novel.
Mikhailych (eng): presenting his own translations of Russian poetry, often by less-known authors.
Nio till fem (sw): Sandra from Stockholm lives a beautiful, fairytale life.
Rune (no): debuted as a novelist this autumn, also writes here, with a literate, sharp author's eye.
Sit Down Man, You're a Bloody Tragedy (eng): informative and incredibly well-formulated observations of modernist architecture and its role today.
Snezhnost (eng/ru): a Swede in Norwegian exile, studying Russian and posting (to my great relief) grammar points enlightening the overwhelmingly complex Russian grammar.
The Sartorialist (eng): pretty much soi-disant, The Sartorialist is our favourite fashion photographer (perhaps because he photographs us).
Vegard (no): also a classmate, reporting from the Eastern Front back to our umbrella socialist party with an extraordinarily sharp wit.