A lady's supportive social circle can never be too big. It's incredible that we live in an era in which not only are women the most powerful they've ever been, but also that they can create endless connections with one another through websites, blogs and social media.
I have to admit, I have a few favorites.
The eight listed below are some of boldest and brightest among today's for-women-by-women community. Give them a follow on Pinterest, browse their sites and let me know in the comments which is your absolute fave.
The site is a go-to for those looking for career advice to women, from women. Some of their most popular posts include 5 New Skills You Can Learn on Your Lunch Break and Everything You Need to Know About Job Hunting.
CDG is like the Vogue of women’s websites. Editorial-style photography and sleek web design aren’t the only thing that makes this one of my favorite sources for career advice.
CDG does a standout job of writing inspirational listicles and suggesting other content sources that’ll take you one step further in your career. Check out The Best TED Talk for Entrepreneurial Women or The Life-Changing Class You Haven’t Taken Yet to see what I mean.
This Austin gal is a total tech guru, which is probably why her website and graphics are so gorgeous. She studies computer engineering at the University of Texas and has some great posts about apartment decor, chic school supplies and budgeting tips.
She also shares her super computer skills through coding tutorials and other blogging how-to’s.
Shell is basically the spokesperson for women trying to escape the typical 9-5 job.
The Tokyo-based business blogger is nothing short of experienced – probably due to her many travels and experiences in different industries – and her blog reflects her desire to share what she’s learned. Her productivity freebies and work scheduling guide ease the transition from employee to entrepreneur.
This site is not just a blog but also an online shop for women’s workwear. Suits, blazers and dresses galore are designed with careful consideration and stitched using luxe fabrics in NYC.
While you wait for your gorgeous italian wool scarf to arrive, you can browse the blog for other goods, like the perfect nude nail polishes for a workweek mani and “impeccably stylish” stationery for desk decor junkies.
Danielle and Alaina launched The Everygirl in 2012, and wow, have they done amazingly well! The site aims to guide and inspire “creative, career-driven women.”
I personally covet her fashion posts the most, which include simple and sophisticated outfit ideas. She even organizes her fashion posts by season, so you can plan just the right clothing combo for the weather ahead.
Who's your favorite female blogger?
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