Pages worth revisiting if you missed them first time round. Settle down with a cup of coffee and enjoy.

We have had some fantastic guest editors in 2017, keeping our subscribers inboxes fizzing with inspiration every Wednesday, with insights into useful sites, apps, blogs and people worth following, all recommended by people in the know.

In 2017, we've hosted a good mix of guests from health experts, foodies, interior designers, retailers and tech savvy entrepreneurs, ending the year on a high note, with TV presenter and author, Clare Balding. The fifty-two guests who have shared their favourite online destinations with us this year, now join our awesome archive that dates back over ten years; always worth a detour when you have a moment or two to spare.

Looking at our stats, these are the guest eds whose pages have been the most popular with our visitors. We have our all timers from years back, whose pages still perform well, including Richard Branson's guest edit from 2014, with his very personal selection of websites that reflect his sporting passions.


Internet sensation, Ella Mills is now a household name and author of three bestselling cookbooks devoted to healthy eating. She told us about shopping at The Outnet, shared her favourite foodie blogs and reflected on her standout online memory - realising how powerful social media can be.


The bestselling author of The Little Book of Hygge, Meik Wiking, kicked off 2017 for us, helping us start the year in a better place - in a relaxed state of mind typically Scandinavian in its simplicity. Since then Meik has gone on to publish The Little Book of Lykke, unlocking the doors of inner fulfilment.


Kelly Eastwood, aka The London Chatter, is a London-based fashion and lifestyle blogger, and resident columnist at Hello! Fashion Monthly. It is Kelly's joie de vivre, chatty writing style, eclectic wardrobe and obvious compassion for causes greater than herself, that keeps her 93,000+ Instagram followers enchanted. Kelly gives us the lowdown on her online favourites including Domino - 'for its endless interior inspo' and Good Zing - 'a database of natural health tips, tricks and cures from across the globe.'


The co-founder of Polaroid Swing, the social media platform where a little scroll can change a lot, showed us around his web in March 2017. The company joined Microsoft in November 2017 and is now known as SWNG, the living photo app, letting you create moving photos with one easy tap.


The floral stylist talks about Etsy, gardening blogs, laugh-out-loud online columns and her hunt for perfect dungarees.


Jeff Lynn is the crowdfunding king, Chief Executive and co-founder of Seedrs, the leading equity crowdfunding platform for exposing new ideas to potential investors. Jeff told us how he met The Crown Prince of Liechtenstein through social media, saying 'Through a roundabout way, I got invited to a dinner at Vaduz Castle. Everyone else there was royalty, a prime minister or the CEO of a major company. To this day I'm convinced that my invitation was a mistake. Perhaps they thought they had asked the lead guitarist for ELO to perform, but it was a blast of an evening.'


Liz Earle is the bestselling author of 35 books, an established TV presenter and an entrepreneur. In May 2017, she decided to leave the Liz Earle Beauty Co. to develop new projects and partnerships. Her latest ventures include Liz Earle Wellbeing, the high-quality quarterly magazine focused on food and living well of which she is editor-in-chief, and Liz Earle Fair and Fine, an award-winning range of ethically sourced, Fairtrade gold botanical jewellery. In her guest edit, Liz talked about wild flowers, making friends on Instagram and her hatred of online bullying.


The serial entrepreneur and founder of Hoop, the mobile app that helps families discover new things for their kids, shows us around his web, talking about favourite site, Techmeme, which he reads 'on a daily basis for a snapshot of what’s going on in the tech space.'


Girl about town, Ladies of London star and interior designer gave us the lowdown on makeup tutorials, last-minute fashion and addictive apps.

December 2017