Reading List

Reading List

The Minimalists

“Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus, known as “The Minimalists” to their 4 million readers, help people live more meaningful lives with less through their website, books, podcast, and documentary. As featured on: ABC, CBS, NBC, NPR, BBC, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, TIME, and The Atlantic.”

 

Exile Lifestyle

“I travel full-time, and have for about seven years. My readers typically vote on where I move, and I work from the road. I publish a twice-monthly newsletter.”

 

A Cup of Jo

“Founded in January 2007, A Cup of Jo covers fashion, beauty, design, food, travel, relationships, motherhood and lifestyle. Our readers are enthusiastic, style-conscious women who love shopping online and discovering new things. Cup of Jo receives 5.5 million monthly page views and approximately 1 million monthly unique visitors.”

 

Bloguettes

“We provide comprehensive training and tools for elevating your digital presence in the entrepreneurial age.”

 

xoJane

“xoJane.com is where women go to be their unabashed selves, and where their unabashed selves are applauded — regardless of age, size, ability, location, occupation, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, economic status, relationship status, sexual preferences or lifestyle choices. This is not the place to find out how to please your spouse, mom, kids or boss. This is the place to find and indulge in a confluence of voices — yours and so many others.”

 

Lost Gen Y Girl

“Kayla Buell is a young twenty- something who’s hoping to share her experiences with other young professionals. She loves all things HR, and hopes to make the workforce a better place. Not bratty. Just opinionated.”

 

The Pioneer Woman

Ree – “I started this website in 2006 and almost ten years later, it’s still my first love. (Well, except for my husband. And my children. And my dog Charlie. And anything with coffee in it!)”

 

The Bloggess

“I’ve been blogging about my strange little life for almost a decade.  It’s mainly dark humor mixed with brutally honest periods of mental illness.  I’m not sure how it happened but somehow this became a very popular, award-winning blog.”

 

The Everywhereist

“I suppose you want to know what all this nonsense is about. You’ve come to the right place”

 

Card Carrying Lesbian

“I am Sasha. I created this blog with my own two hands. I am the sole owner and creator of this little piece of blogosphere real estate. But I am lucky enough to be able to offer a space for a few other very talented writers to also share their experience and knowledge with the community that has sprung up around CCL. …”

 

Smitten Kitchen

“Fearless cooking from a tiny kitchen in New York City.”

 

Effing Dykes

“Krista Burton writes the award-winning blog Effing Dykes and lives in Chicago. When she’s not writing, she travels for her job, tries not to stare openly at cute girls, and spends inordinate amounts of time in drugstore makeup aisles.”

 

Zen Habits

“leo babauta

created: zen habits
is: vegan / unschooler / minimalist
from: guam / s.f. bay area
twitter: zen_habits
links: zen habits journal
latest: what I’m doing now