With so much of our time spent online these days, and so much of the content being of the negative variety, we’re letting you in on one of our secrets. These are 10 of our favourite cyberspaces our top 10 list of wellbeing blogs.
Being a predominantly digital magazine, we are always looking for the best online content, whether it’s to coax their talented writers to come and be one of our own, or just to get inspired. You may recognise some of the names from posts we’ve featured on our own blog space, while others we may be introducing you to for the first time. Whether they are old or new, foreign or familiar, we hope you enjoy what we’ve put together.
Run by Lori Deschene, this site features tips and authentic stories from readers of all ages all over the globe. You’ll find posts about happiness, motivation, inspiration, love, relationships, meaning, possibilities, mindfulness, and letting go. Much of it has its roots in Buddhism, but this is not a site about religion. It’s about ideas that make sense and make a big difference when applied.
Sophia Husbands is the woman behind this blog, and you might recognise her from The Best You blog, as well as this very magazine. Sophia World is filled with things that inspire Sophia as she keeps us up to date on her crazy life. She has a fantastic power of observation, and her anecdotes are always charming and amusing.
Run by Joel Brown, who was a contributor in July’s issue writing about The Placebo Effect, Addicted2Success aims to empower and inspire people by spreading knowledge of self-development and life changing stories to the world.
With new motivational videos, interviews, audio and more with your favourite entrepreneurs, life coaches, celebrities and inspirational people from all over the world.
In Pursuit of Happiness
This site is part personal development blog, part online journal of an ordinary woman, Britt Reints, who is obsessed with being happy. It exists to help you and her figure out together how to be happier. She wants to pass on what she’s learned and hear about what’s working for you. This blog encourages you to figure out what being happier means to you.
Andi Evans is an award winning blogger and frequent contributor to MindBodyGreen, The Happy Starfish, Cafe Truth and The Master Shift. She is Certified Happiness and Success Coach and the blogger behind Spread Happy. Like so many of us, Andi has overcome adversity and decided to do something positive with it. Truly inspiring.
Luminita Saviuc is the magic behind Purpose Fairy – a blog that serves as a vault of her observations on the human condition, and how to access our infinite selves in our daily lives. Her inspirations include visionaries who are no longer with us like Lao Tzu, Albert Einstein, Max Planck and Steve Jobs, and living legends such as Wayne Dyer, Bruce Lipton, Louise Hay and Vishen Lakhiani.
When Lisa Lynch discovered a lump in her breast at the age of 28, she didn’t see it as a reason to give up – she saw it as an opportunity to leave a legacy. She started blogging about her experiences with a sense of humour one wouldn’t necessarily expect from a cancer patient, and the result is a collection of whimsical stories told with deft skill.
Lifehack is your source for tips to help improve all aspects of your life. Compiled by a wide variety of contributors, they are widely recognised as one of the premier productivity and lifestyle blogs on the web. This site is dedicated to lifehacks, which is a phrase that describes any advice, resource, tip or trick that will help you get things done more efficiently and effectively. Just our cup of tea.
The Positivity Blog
A 32-year-old Swede named Henrik Edberg runs this positivity driven blog. For the past seven years he has immersed himself in the world of personal development, which has improved a great many aspects of his life. This blog is a space where he can share his experiences and what he has learnt, and hopefully help some lost souls along the way.
Becoming The Best You is about finding a direction in life that you are passionate about, no matter how crazy it may seem. Izzy is a perfect example of this. Hating his job and the path his life was on, he gave it all up, moved to Japan and started to train as a ninja. These are his stories, and an inspiration to anyone who thinks making a change is impossible.