Blog Profiles: Motivational Blogs

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Motivational Blogs

It’s that time of year again.

Time to make that list of unrealistic goals you want to accomplish in 2018.

I don’t make New Year’s resolutions. You have to remember you made them in order to accomplish them — and I never do.

Motivational blogs can help you set realistic goals and expectations that may set you up to complete your New Year’s resolution (especially if that resolution is to love yourself and become a better person).

(Note: Make sure to check out our list of motivational blogs from 2020 for even more helpful content.)

1. The Good Men Project

I’ve been following this blog for a while. It’s dedicated to encouraging men to be mindful and introspective in all aspects of their life.

It’s really positive and encourages self-love and self-growth.

I love reading these blogs because I’m sometimes presented with a new perspective I wouldn’t have considered. Some of the dating blogs are also really interesting.

Some posts to check out: Be Proud of Being A Man, Four High School Senior Girls Talk about Male Entitlement, the ‘Woke Misogynist’ and the #MeToo Movement.

Follow @GoodMenProject on Twitter.

Good Men Project

Credit: @goodmenproject on Instagram

2. The Tim Ferriss Show Blog

Tim Ferriss is an acclaimed entrepreneur who acts as an advisor for major companies like Facebook and Uber.

He’s written a number of self-help books, many of which are #1 bestsellers in The New York Times. He also runs a podcast where he interviews other successful people and some just generally positive celebrities (like my personal fave, Terry Crews).

Ferriss’s blog is recommended by just about everyone. You cannot go on any site regarding motivational content without his blog being mentioned somewhere.

Check out some of his posts here: 6 Short Life Lessons From Terry Crews, How to Say No

Follow @tferriss on Twitter.

Tim Ferriss

Credit: @timferriss on Instagram

3. MotivationGrid

Founded in 2013, MotivationGrid is considered one of the top blogs for encouragement and advice for getting on the right path (and growing a business, if you feel the need to).

The site aggregates positive information that can help people feel inspired in their career paths, relationships, or just their day-to-day life. You’ll find daily motivational quotes on this site, alongside their numerous advice and inspirational articles.

Posts I found entertaining: 7 Lessons You Must Learn from Your Mistakes Before You Turn 30, 8 Factors That Could Be Bad For Your Focus (And How To Get Rid Of Them)

Follow @motivationgrid on Twitter.


Credit: @motivationgrid on Instagram

4. Brain Pickings

This blog is a little different than the last three and that’s why I love it.

Brain Pickings is run by Maria Popova, a writer whose work has been in The New York Times, The Atlantic, and Wired.

Unlike most motivational blogs, it’s not trying to really trying to provide guidance on how to have positivity. Instead, it showcases what Maria draws inspiration from and seeks to create a narrative that inspires others. Hope and motivation through well-written and informative narrative is what I absolutely adore about this blog.

Some posts that you need to check out: The 7 Loveliest Children’s Books of 2017, In Praise of the Telescopic Perspective: A Reflection on Living Through Turbulent Times

Follow @brainpicker on Twitter.

Maria Popova, Brain Picker

Credit: @brainpicker on Instagram

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Savannah Tanbusch is a team lead and editor for PRWeb. She spends a lot of her free time thinking about dogs and playing video games. Follow her at @tanbusch.

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