There is so much content on the Internet, that sometimes it’s hard to know what to read. I’ve built up my Google Reader based mostly on suggestions from friends and fellow bloggers. So, I wanted to share with you three blogs that I admire. These bloggers inspire me daily, and if you add them to your reader, you won’t regret it:
Jill Felska and Jenn Krenn of ChiPassionistas and DreamChamps: Jill and Jenn are amazing women. They were unhappy in Corporate America and they did something about it. Despite being newbies to the working world, these independent women were determined to pursue their passion. They started their own business, and chronicled their struggles and triumphs through their blog. Recently, they launched a “passion project” called DreamChamps. The tagline “We’ll help you find a job you love, because life’s too short to do work you hate,” says it all. These two inspire me on a regular basis, and I value their perspective. I can’t wait to see what they do next!
Sam Davidson of Cool People Care and Proof Branding: In addition to having a fantastic name, Sam is an entrepreneur, a father, an author, a speaker, and an all around nice guy. His writing focuses on caring for others and our planet, eliminating the unnecessary stuff in our lives, and living life more fully. Sam co-founded Cool People Care in 2006 to connect people who want to save the world with the organizations and opportunities to do just that. He is also the Chief Storyteller at Proof Branding, a full service branding company in Nashville that has an impressive portfolio. Reading Sam’s words reminds me to be more aware of the world around me and make the most of every day.
Molly Mahar of Stratejoy: Molly is a rockstar. She’s also a life coach. I’ve had the privilege of working with Molly, and I can honestly say that she changes lives. Stratejoy is all about strategies for living a more joyful life. Molly and her team of bloggers write about life and all of its ups and downs. The posts are honest, real and easy to relate to. Even though she has worked with countless young women, if you get the chance to work with Molly, she really makes the effort to get to know you and she truly cares. Her Joy Juice journal prompts and self-help courses are awesome too.