Of course, I’m of the opinion that you should be following For the Sake of Good Taste. But it’s just one of countless blogs that you seriously need to be following to get the most out of your internet life.
Here’s a selection of some of the best blogs on the internet (in my humble opinion):
Ashley describes herself thus: “I’m a college student, a Pinterest enthusiast, a Southern belle and a Texas girl. I’m currently bringing a little lonestar love to the palmetto state.” From her gorgeous colour scheme to her oh-so-relatable social media presence, Ashley’s quickly become one of my favourite members of the blogosphere!
Her post Simplified Planner Organization here.
Alyssa from Living in Full Bloom describes her site as “a college advice blog focused on helping you have an amazing college experience!” And she’s so right! From organization advice to book recommendations, there’s something here for everyone.
Her 8 Must-Have Summer Break Essentials here
Another Alyssa and a fellow vegan! She introduces herself as ” a third-year college student passionate about writing, minimalism, vegan living, and coffee.” Is it any wonder we get along? Plus, she’s got the best menu headings on her site, from “Literary Love” to “Inspiration and Musings.” So creative—I love it!
The Art of Abandoning Your Comfort Zone here as she journeys off to Chile!
Charlotte from Letters from Sunshine writes “My goal is to help college-bound and current college students by sharing info on the college life and lifestyle, tips for college prep, and more.” And she does! Whether you’re a current college student, you’re heading off to school soon, or even if you’re a parent, Letters from Sunshine has something for you.
The Display Dorm Room vs the Real Dorm Room: Why You Need to See Both here.
Samantha from As Life Grows teaches “students just like you everything they need to know to have a successful college experience. Through my posts, weekly newsletter, and e-courses, I’ve helped thousands of students excel in college. During the past few years, I have been able to earn a 3.8 GPA, make great friends, and get accepted into physical therapy graduate schools (all without getting grey hairs)! Now, I am here to teach you how you can reach your own level of success!” She’s seriously amazing. How does she do it? Visit the blog to find out!
How I Learned to Let Go of Perfectionism in College here
Kim is “a San Diego based Bullet Journalist who’s been Bullet Journaling for over 2 years. I share how to optimize your Bullet Journal® through ideas, insight, and advice.” Tiny Ray of Sunshine is without a doubt my go-to site for BuJo inspiration, as well as her posts on BulletJournal.com!
What are Some Things That Make You Smile? here.
GenTwenty is actually a group of contributors, but it “was founded in 2013 by Nicole Booz and Gina Oursler, two friends passionate about dispelling myths about Gen Y while providing their peers with support and reassurance during the crazy twenty-something years.” You’ll find anything from (physical AND mental) health to financial tips. There’s truly something for everyone!
How Working Abroad Can Accelerate Your Career here.
Jessica writes: “I mostly write about utilizing the law of attraction and the importance of self-care .” She’s such an inspiration! Her site really teaches you to follow its tagline: dwell in magic. I love how open and sincere she is about her life!
Why & How I Use Crystals here.
Another go-to for bullet journal ideas. Jen and Liz are “passionate about productivity in all forms, so you’ll see a variety of posts around here from general productivity, organizing, DIY projects, and of course our current favourite, Bullet Journaling!” Even if bullet journaling isn’t your thing (which, really, you should give it a try!), you can find posts on productivity, organizing, crafts, and more.
Small Changes for a Better Life here.
I actually met Cathleen through a blogger Secret Santa this past winter. She did an amazing job of finding gifts I’d love, just like she does an amazing job running her blog! She writes “I’m a 16 year old blogger, photographer, and doggy momma. I started this blog back in January 2014, and I cannot believe it’s already been 3 years since this little blog of mine changed my life. I started this blog as a way to pursue my love for writing and social media. After about a year of actively blogging, I discovered a new love for photography, and my blog has allowed me to explore and challenge my passions and turn them into something bigger.” Despite being the youngest blogger on this list, she absolutely blows me away!
The Importance of Women Learning Self-Defense here.
If you’re not following these sites, go do so! Which one is your favourite?