25 Successful Women Bloggers
By Yunyi Zhao
Carol Tice, an award-winning, fun-loving freelance writer living in the Seattle area. She is obsessed with helping writers earn more from their work.
I’m Sue Dunlevie (hello!) and I help bloggers make more money with their blog so they can work at home, be their own boss and spend more time doing what they love.
Speaker and Consultant on Marketing to Women Creative Director and Agency Owner for 30+ Years
My name is Lisa and I’m the Retro Housewife trying to live a greener life. I share my love of all things vintage, homemaking and green living here on the blog.
Kathy Gottberg is an author with five published books and hundreds of articles covering dozens of topics in the last 25 years. Along with her books, her passion today is SMART Living 365 where she explores ideas and experiences that help to create a meaningful, sustainable, compassionate and rewarding life for herself and others.
I have always enjoyed writing, thanks to my Mom’s constant encouragement. I wrote
a diary for several years and continue to do so. Writing is an excellent way to express ourselves, using words to connect with others, sharing what we learn and often receiving support in return.
Al Ries & his daughter Laura Ries have been working together as focusing consultants for
over 20 years.Ries & Ries was founded in New York in 1994. Three years later, Al & Laura relocated to Atlanta, Georgia.But the Ries team spends most of its time on the road consulting with top corporations around the world from Microsoft to Ford, Disney, Merck, Frito-Lay, and many others.
Design*Sponge is a design blog run by Grace Bonney. Launched in August of 2004, the site updates 3 to 5 times per day and was declared a “Martha Stewart Living for the Millennials” by the New York Times. Design*Sponge attracts a diverse group of devoted readers across the globe and currently reaches over 1 million readers per day.
Ariel’s website launched on January 1st, 2007 to support the release of the her book, Offbeat Bride: Creative Alternatives for Independent Brides.
Founded in January 2007, A Cup of Jo is a daily blog, which covers fashion, design
, food, travel, weddings, relationships, motherhood and lifestyle.
You know how you read all these studies in magazines and you wonder if it actually works on anything besides mice? Well, Charlotte reads all the health and fitness research she can get her sweaty hands on and then she tests it out – on herself mostly.
Beth is an accountant from Oakland, Calif. In 2007, she unexpectedly found herself an activist, author, and public speaker after learning about the devastating effects of plastic pollution and her own plastic footprint.
ClickNewz! is where Lynn shares news on the latest Internet Marketing trends and strategies, as well as unique case studies, creative ideas and (extremely) candid product reviews.
Andrea is a writer and social strategist by way of marketing to women and sustainable business, with a strong focus on building connections.
Her site is a tool for modern moms to simplify their lives. Because modern moms don’t have
time to read elaborate articles. They want quick, simple, easy to do ideas that are feasible for any mom’s lifestyle. Simplicity is her life’s motto.
Lori is a blogger and author. She has the first parenting memoir to chronicle the journey of raising a gender nonconforming child, Raising My Rainbow.
Rachel is a life coach and retreat leader and believes that self-centered women are their own compass.
Tina is Chief Happiness Officer of Think Simply Now, a personal development community with self-reflective stories from real people. The mission at TSN is to empower one another to find inner clarity and fulfillment in an ever complex world filled with distractions and painful moments
Life passion and habit creation
Confidence coach, author, and co-founder ofhttp://workfromhomeduo.com
Author of Navigating The Land Of If and other books, Mel blogs about infertility, adoption, surrogacy and fertility treatments.
I’m Lash, an American nomadic world traveler who’s been traveling solo since 1998. I’m passionate about traveling the world nomadically and then sharing it all with you.
I’m an author, blogger, speaker and traveler. I became a widow and empty-nester at about the same time. And then, I became a Solo Traveler.
Hi, I’m Liz, and I got my first taste for traveling when I was 16 years old. On my own, 1
0 years and 40 something countries later, my wanderlust has only grown and the list of countries I want to visit longer. After living in Spain for the past few years and returning home for a stint, I then quit my job and moved to New Zealand. Follow my misadventures as I wander, eat, and photograph my way around the world
I’m a travel blogger and YouTuber with an insatiable case of wanderlust. I’ve spent the past few years crisscrossing the globe with a notebook in one hand and a camera in the other. This is where I share my adventures with the hopes of inspiring you to travel.
Since that day, quite a few things have happened. I never stopped traveling. I wrote a book (it’s about volunteering). The folks at National Geographic named me Traveler of the Year (I’m still reeling
). Universities around the U.S. let me speak to their students about global citizenship (this is my passion). Millions of you found your way to this corner of the internet (holy cow!). And together we created an entire community with one common belief: a life of travel creates a story of the world worth telling.