See yesterday’s post for the first installment of my favorite blogs! Here, in no particular order, are seven more of my favorite blogs for your enjoyment.
Jeff Goins – When I started seriously pursuing writing about 3 years ago, Jeff Goins was probably my biggest inspiration and encouragement to step out of my comfort zone, develop daily writing habits, and take the proverbial “just do it” approach. Writing doesn’t happen by just talking about it, and Jeff continues to provide excellent reminders of how to sit down, do the hard work, and “ship” without waiting for perfection before getting one’s words out to the world.
John & Sherry Petersik at Young House Love – Though John & Sherry have just recently decided to take an indefinite hiatus away from their blog, their archives should remain available for the foreseeable future. For anyone at all interested in DIY and home improvement on a budget, John & Sherry are an indispensable resource. Plus, they’re just flat-out fun to read.
Michael Hyatt – In recent years, Michael Hyatt has developed a reputation as one of the foremost influencers not only in developing and building a platform in the technological age, but also in developing excellent leadership skills and equipping new leaders all over the world. Through his speaking, coaching, and his phenomenally successful blog, Michael has become a source of profound inspiration and education for thousands of leaders – and even though his posts don’t always directly apply to my situation, I always enjoy reading them.
Carlotta Cisternas – I can’t remember exactly how I stumbled upon Carlotta’s blog, but within just a few posts, I knew she would become a new favorite. Her photography is stunning, her writing lyrical and thought-provoking, and most surprising of all, she is SO YOUNG. She is currently on an extended trip to Africa, so her posts have been particularly fascinating recently!
Jen Jones at IHeart Organizing – I have followed Jen’s blog for several years now, and her cheerful style and upbeat approach to the “mundane” tasks of home organization are so enjoyable to read. Her blog is chock full of brilliant organizing solutions, and endless inspiration.
Becky at Clean Mama – I’ve only recently started following the Clean Mama blog, but I love it so far. Her commonsense approach to homemaking and cleaning feels completely achievable, and she has inspired me to put good routines in place for keeping up my house in just a few short minutes every day. Her Instagram is a great resource as well!