In one of my recent posts I had listed my Top 10 Kid Bloggers under 20 years of age, some of those kids actually appreciated my effort and thanked me for featuring them. It was wonderful interacting with such young minds and knowing what they are trying to achieve with all the pressures of early childhood. Now in this article I am featuring my Top 10 Women Bloggers to Follow in the USA. I do hope I did justice to my list and I know there are many more awesome woman bloggers whom I have missed. I hope to make many more similar lists and definitely feature many great bloggers. For now, these are my top 10, I hope you like it.
Top 10 Women Bloggers To Follow in the USA
More than two decades after “blogging” began to take over as the most accessible form of writing from everyday people, looking to muse about a wide range of topics that interest regular people, the art form is alive and well in fields from business and money, to design, fashion, and food. Here are the top 10 female bloggers to follow in the USA.
Ree Drummond (thepioneerwoman.com)
When it comes to women and food, it’s hard to find a more essential and beloved blog than the one run by Ree Drummond, who goes by The Pioneer Woman. Drummond self-identifies as a “desperate housewife, obsessed with butter, Basset Hounds, and Ethel Merman.” Her blog focuses on food, family, and fun – heavier on the food. Complete with musings on how food affects life and recipes galore, it’s an essential blog to follow. Even though she’s “hit the big time”, with her own Food Network show, she still blogs frequently.
Jenny Lawson (thebloggess.com)
Bestselling author Jenny Lawson runs a slightly-skewed slice of life blog that she describes as “mainly dark humor mixed with brutally honest periods of mental illness.” Blogging for over a decade, Lawson has amassed a large following and is certainly one of the top female bloggers in the business.
Joanna Goddard (cupofjo.com)
Goddard, a Brooklyn-based mom and long-time writer, runs a blog about travel, fashion, food, relationships, and motherhood.
Design blog Remodelista was actually started by four women, friends who share “eerily similar design sensibilities; a collective design DNA.” Now expanded to include blogging from more authors, Remodelista is a go-to blog for design-hungry folks everywhere.
Ariel Meadow Stallings (offbeatbride.com)
Stallings has been a blogger since 2000, and her main blog Offbeat Bride is the go-to place for wedding advice, projects, features, and stories for and from people who may want to do things a little less traditionally than their parents did. “This blog is the ongoing celebration of couples who dare to walk off the beaten aisle,” she says.
Sarah Landrum (punchedclocks.com)
“Passionate about career development, I started Punched Clocks to share my advice on navigating the work world and achieving happiness and success in life and at work,” says Landrum. A favorite of large sites like Forbes, Mashable, and Business Insider, Punched Clocks offers career and job search advice and features for millennials (and others too).
Marie Forleo (marieforleo.com/blog)
Self-described “Multi-Passionate Entrepreneur” Marie Forleo has built a small empire out of dispensing advice for people looking to realize their potential and follow their passions. Her blog goes well beyond simple business advice. Forleo offers tips on health, mental toughness, copywriting, and a wide range of topics for both women and men. She even has the Oprah seal of approval, and we all know how cool that is.
Kim Garst (kimgarst.com/blog)
One of Forbes’ “Top 10 Social Media Power Influencers,” Kim Garst cut her teeth working with business leaders and companies like Microsoft and IBM. Her blog focuses on blogging itself, social media, marketing, and building an online presence.
Kate Riley (centsatinalgirl.com)
For style and design on a budget, Kate Riley offers tips and tricks on her blog Centsational Girl. The blog focuses on “how to bring affordable style to your home … inspiring interior design, smart home improvement, and creative DIY projects.”
Lauryn Evarts (theskinnyconfidental.com)
Evarts’ blog The Skinny Confidential “represents the movers, the shakers, and the ones who without a doubt want to be the best damn version of themselves.” The blog has been featured in large publications like Shape, and offers fitness, health, beauty, and overall wellness advice.
Women looking to advance their careers can learn a lot from these women who have made big impressions on the world in a variety of fields. Be sure to look them up and learn about how they achieved their success.
Over To You
These are my Top 10 Women Bloggers to follow in the USA, do you already follow any of them? Do you have anyone else that you would have liked to see featured in my list? I would recommend you follow these women and see what they are up-to and how they have made it big in this blogging world. Do leave a comment if you would like to add more to my article. Happy Blogging!!
Pic Credit: Eric Michael Pearson