Camilla Webster, best selling author, journalist and presenter, shares some favourite websites.

Camilla Webster is a best selling author and an internationally recognised journalist and presenter. Her book, The Seven Pearls of Financial Wisdom: A Woman’s Guide to Enjoying Wealth and Power, co-authored with wealth expert, Carol Pepper, launched in London recently with a talk at the Grace Belgravia Club.

She has twice represented Forbes at Davos and was invited to participate at the first White House Tweetup Briefing in history. She is a popular speaker and moderator for major events and conferences including TEDx and London & Partners. The former anchor for Forbes.com, Camilla is a frequent guest on business, life and culture appearing on Yahoo! Finance, The Street, NBC, CNBC, MSNBC, FOX Business, Fox News Channel and LBC Radio in London. She is a regular Huffington Post contributor.

A new media entrepreneur, Camilla is also the co-founder of New York Natives and its popular website NewYorkNatives.com 

Born and raised in New York City, Camilla's British family roots are in Suffolk. A graduate of the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, she has spent her recent life and work between New York City and London.

CAMILLA'S FAVOURITE WEBSITES

The Seven Pearls -  Our website provides an introduction to the principles in our book and highlights expertise from over sixty experts, including some of the most influential women in Britain's different arenas - like Olympian Chemmy Alcott and legendary author, Barbara Taylor Bradford. The Seven Pearls of Financial Wisdom offers women guidance in an era of uncharted opportunities and new financial choices. A woman may set up a foundation in her twenties—when she sells her first company, support her family as the primary breadwinner in her thirties, start a new career in her sixties and remarry in her seventies. Today women cycle repeatedly—but not in any traditional order—through these stages: wealth building, crisis and loss, romance and marriage, retirement, motherhood, legacy building and power. Here we provide the resources to start living well and nurturing your prosperity.

Framlingham - An important town to many generations of my English family, Framlingham is a wonderful place to visit, particularly Framlingham Castle. When I'm traveling, I keep up with the goings-on in the market square and around the town on Framlingham.com. Begin a perfect weekend, with coffee at The Dancing Goat, lunch at The Crown Hotel and a pastoral wander around the remains of this scenic 12th century fortress where even Mary Tudor once sought refuge.

Easton Grange - A new Suffolk wedding venue near the picturesque village of Easton. I have recently toured this exquisite location. Each week the gallery highlights new aspects of this special space. The barns, which began life as a grain store and dairy, are surrounded by meadows that slope down to a sleepy river and a magical willow wood. Their innate character and beautiful surroundings inspired a vision of a perfect private, tranquil oasis for weddings.

At just half an hour from the coast and pretty seaside towns such as Aldeburgh, Easton Grange is set to be one of the most popular barn wedding locations for destination weddings. Don't miss a visit nearby to Easton Farm Park with the family as well and my favourite pub, The White Horse at Easton.

Henham Park - Home to the famous Latitude Festival, Henham Park is also a special place to visit during the summer for many of the more low key entertaining foodie, fun events as well. I have enjoyed many happy weekends with family and friends here.

Runaway Coast -  Inspired by the Suffolk Coast, I absolutely love its giant cushions. The famous Union Jack designs are an international hit. The company is successfully creating not just a homeware and textiles business but a lifestyle brand.

New York Natives -  At New York Natives Born and Raised: we provide a unique lens and expertise on NYC you won't find anywhere else in Native Underground, Native Icons, Native P.O.V. and Native Approved. We curate conversations about life, culture, and current events. Our team is shooting, blogging, instagramming, tweeting, facebooking and pinning their way around New York City while listening to Spotify. We are native. We produce. You consume.

Aerin -  Aerin Lauder's new website provides great style and flawless exquisitely designed makeup which can be ordered directly online. This native New Yorker's new home, fashion and beauty lines encapsulate the modern all American classic woman - glamorous and fresh. I have huge respect for Aerin and her Native Icon grandmother Estee Lauder.

Hotel Chic -  I travel a lot, or I dream of travelling when I'm not on the move. New York Natives contributor, Sarah Bliss's excellent blog gives a wonderful glimpse of places to stay and stunning photos accompany her pieces.

The Sartorialist -  Not to be missed. It is a unique look at street life captured fashionably in New York City and beyond.

Artfinder -  This great website and e-letter keeps me in touch with art around me, selling at good prices.

Goop -  I used the spring edit to buy my wardrobe. The book recommendations and international flare help me choose where to eat, sleep and stay balanced internationally thanks to Gwyneth Paltrow, who was raised in New York City before we lost her to London.

29 May 2013