35 Self-Development Blogs I Love

self development blogsThere are many lists of best self-development blogs and I am sure you have come across some of them. Top 100 (50, 20, etc.) best self-development blogs of 2014 (2013, 2012, etc.) – well you get the picture.

Usually most of those posts are written by pretty known self-development bloggers. The best blogs are chosen based on their Alexa ratings, number of comments, quality of writing, etc. Some of those are really great – some others, I checked and something made me leave the page immediately (the design was not convenient for example).

All of us are busy and our time is limited. Obviously we can’t read all the top 100 blogs, neither we have to. I think we just have to choose the few, which fit best with our personality, interests and tastes.

Below are the blogs on self development that I really like.

Usually, when I feel discouraged, need motivation or inspirational stories I go through the list and visit those blogs. I always find something uplifting to make me feel better there.

The list below includes 35 blogs, but I have not numbered them intentionally. I don’t want to rank them at all. Each of those blogs has it’s unique feel and there is no #1 or #35. It’s simply a list of my preferred list, which you can use for your reference.

Here we go!

 

Pick the Brain

The Blog For Genius Types

The Chief Happiness Officer Blog

Life Optimizer

Steve-Olson.com

The Change Blog

Change Your Thoughts/Change Your Life

The Positivity Blog

Dumb Little Man

feelgooder

Wake Up Cloud

The Bridge Maker

Alden Tan

Shake Off the Grind

The Start of Happiness

Addicted to Success

FINERMINDS

Brain Pickings

Becoming Minimalist

A Daring Adventure

Purpose Fairy

Jonathan Fields

Prolific Living

Develop Good Habits

Robin Sharma

Sensophy

Your Life Your Way

The Bounce Blog

Life Without Pants

Meant to Be Happy

Florin Rosoga

Dragos Roua

PsycholoCrazy

Make it Happen

Tiny Buddha

All these blogs are unique, but what unites them all are the amazingly inspiring personalities of those, who created them!

What about you? Which blogs would you recommend?

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13 Responses

  1. Thanks for the mention, Ani! It always feels good to know your work is appreciated by someone!

  2. Ani says:

    You are welcome Ken. Keep up the good work :)

  3. dang says:

    very informative article. thanks

  4. Henri says:

    Thanks for including me. I really appreciate it :)

  5. Thanks for this list, article very informative.

  6. Hey, I’ve just realised I’m on the list! Thanks for including me. :-)

  7. Great List, i will love to be the most loved one day.

  8. Kael says:

    Fantastic list. Definitely a few blogs on there that I haven’t come across yet.
    Would love to be considered for your next updated list.

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