31. My Kaleidoscope
My Kaleidoscope is a peek into the lens of an electronic engineer who finds life's shifting and colorful patterns interesting.
Read up on Sanjeev's ramblings and musings on life through his vast collection of poetry, stories, and reflections. He likes to talk about India, Singapore, love, cricket, technology, and nature, among others.
Take a peek at places he's been to through the photos he shares with his readers. See pictures of his travels in Bangkok, Siem Reap, Tamil Nadu, Chikmagalur, and more.
32. P.S. Annie!
P.S. Annie! is by Suzanne McClendon who named the blog in honor of her great-grandmother Annie Black Gunter. Intended to be a depository for things left unsaid, it serves as her tribute to beloved family members who have gone before her.
Join her as she digs deeper into her family history and invites you to do the same. Check out her writing prompts and her own entries. Visit as well the Back Where I Come From Challenge or the Somethin’ Challenge. With other bloggers participating, they’re designed to take you on a fun ride down memory lane—others’ and yours.
33. Claire Wade
Bed-bound and home-bound. Such was life for one woman struggling with severe Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, aka Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. For years, she found refuge in freely riding her imagination until she made a slow recovery and was able to put thoughts on paper. Read about her first novel, The Choice, as well as her experiences and reflections on living life with a debilitating condition.
This blog was started in 2012 to archive the things that the author loves, from fashion and design to self-care and wellness. Find a huge library of art and inspirational prints as well as personal development workbooks which you can download for free.
35. Cafe Emily
The brainchild of a prolific thinker with four associate degrees who worked with grand projects—that is, the first manned mission to Mars (now on hiatus) and the discovery of breakthrough technologies for traveling between star systems (now defunct). House-bound because of Fibromyalgia, CFS, and severe IBS, she now uses her time to pen her thoughts on science, philosophy, her life, The Bachelor, and just about everything.
A Greenwich mom juggling parenthood and blogging. She pens her adventures with her two kids, thoughts on motherhood, experiments and experiences with hair and beauty products, and more.
37. Life of a Medic
The journey of a UK student aspiring to become a doctor. Get pointers on how to get into med school as he shares personal accounts, tips to thrive in class, and access to his A-level and Medicine notes.
Rasmenia Massoud is a writer from Colorado currently living in France, where she spends her time speaking French poorly and writing fictional stories about what fascinates, confuses, and infuriates her the most—human beings. Her works of fiction have appeared in various literary magazines and she blogs semi-regularly about the awkwardness and joy of expatriation, the craft of writing, and a myriad of other topics.
39. 3 Quarters Today
3 Quarters Today is a blog by an American mom with many passions. She loves farming, the small town she lives in, photography, the military, Jesus, and her human and furry kids.
All these are evident in her articles. One moment, you'll find her sharing tips on raising a dog or discussing the rudiments of photography. In another, you get a glimpse of what it’s like to be a Marine mom as she shares stories and recipes. Next, she’s giving you updates on events in her town or on farming.
Add to her many hats the fact that she's a passionate shopkeeper. Find a wide range of items in her store which has to do with her interests.
A collection of personal stories and Hindu mythology, Thitherwards extends an invitation to readers to immerse themselves in India's rich culture--past and present, at home or in the office, personal or political, religious or secular, fictional or real.
The author Brikut has a talent for spinning tall tales and for making a strong case on various issues with humor that makes you fall off your chair.
His exaggerations, animated speech, amusing metaphors, and wild imagination will get you hooked, no matter if you find his choice of topic interesting or not.
41. Liberty or Death
Liberty or Death is the digital platform of Christian, journalist, and antique lover, Bethany Carson.
Bringing together her love for travel, photography, and old things, as well as her gift for words, she provides anyone who shares her interest with good content. Browse through her travel posts about the old courthouses and churches in Iowa. They are wonderfully organized in a color-coded map that conveniently links to relevant posts.
You can also get to know her more with her entries on chess (the sport she competes in), Christianity, family life, and politics.
42. What the Junk?!
All about one geeky blogger's many obsessions—Starbucks coffee, jigsaw puzzles, pen-pals, bullet journals, fitness, Adventure Time, and technology!
A personal lifestyle blog dedicated to trying new things and digging up facts (so you don't have to) and sharing the experiences and results! From the newest face cream and diet craze to trending gadgets and sustainable products, Mliae is keen to jump in feet-first and live to tell the tale.
44. My Voice
Ever wondered how life looks through the eyes of a clairvoyant? My Voice, a weblog by Miss LaToya Lawrence, offers you a peek!
A self-professed clairvoyant, she shares everyday stories with words like vibrations, energies, spells, magic, and whatnot casually thrown in here and there. She also offers an understanding of the workings of the spiritual realm and how it affects the physical world.
She also speaks proudly of being a caulbearer and a rootworker. Find out what that means and more on her blog!
A blog about mountain bikes, cycling as an activity and sport, craft beer, and homebrewing.
46. Our Daily Green
How to nurture ecological and economical households by making simple yet effective changes such as starting organic farming, recycling, reducing your carbon footprint, water conservation, and making sustainable lifestyle choices.
A blog dedicated to helping you recognize old patterns and paradigms that are no longer serving you, cultivate a burning desire to take ownership of your life, and equip you with practical tools to make the necessary shift and grow.
Started in 2005, Prinsesa chronicles one woman's personal growth. Find reflections on faith, stories of romantic love, features on food and travel adventures in the Philippines and abroad, and a collection of random stuff she loves.
50. A Life Of Lovely
The life of a city-girl-turned-country-bumpkin mom who, along with her partner and 4 kids, has found a home amongst 3 dogs, 7 pigs, 3 sheep, 2 goats, 2 ducks, 14 chickens, 1 turkey, and a cat. She writes about her life in rural Somerset, mental health, and ethical and sustainable living.
Thirty-something girl-geek writing about life's everyday adventures, with an emphasis on food, friends, arts and live music in Brighton and beyond.
Sitting Comfortably? is a warm and witty chronicle of one whose life course was changed by Parkinson's. Prior to being diagnosed with the disease, Andy Daly worked with art and design institutions and lived an active lifestyle as a black belt in a martial art, swimmer, and cyclist.
Not wanting his life to be defined by Parkinson's, he uses the blog as an outlet for
'refusing the subject'. Find oodles of short stories and tall tales, commentaries on the world we live in and the life we live, jokes, and more. Occasionally, you'll also find him acknowledging the challenges Parkinson's brings to his life.
Started in 2016, the blog offers a sneak peek into the life of a socialite who is just entering motherhood. Join her in her food and travel trips, beauty and fashion experiments, family adventures, and more.
My Corner of the World is a slice-of-life blog by Lavender, a mom of two and a project manager who resides in India.
She offers snapshots of her life through no-holds-barred yet amusing accounts of family life with her kids Lime and Lily and husband Lemon, tender recollections of childhood, and more. If you don’t speak Tamil or Hindi, do get Google Translate ready on the next tab to understand the occasional local phrases thrown in here and there.
A mommy blog celebrating love, relationships, family bonding, and life in general. Find positive and insightful reminders when the going gets tough, birthday bash photos and inspiration, travel accounts, and more.
Memosne chronicles the journey of a woman trying to develop her personal palette and create her own style. The blogger is a global citizen who has lived in different parts of the world, including Northern California, Beijing, Taipei, and British Columbia.
Join her as she tries different makeup and beauty products, documents her OOTDs, and more. Besides building her personal style, she also loves to indulge her love for good food. Expect to find reviews of the dishes she's tried and her dining experience in different restaurants.
Posts, whether beauty- or food-related, come with clear photos. So, they’re informative, visual, and easy on the eyes.
57. Virtual Lab Rats
A miscellany of product and service reviews, food and restaurant critique, urban and nature exploration guides, homesteading articles, health features, tech updates, and more.
Julie Gosh is a life coach, trained and certified in several modalities. She is passionate about serving as a spiritual guide and counselor to others.
She believes that negative thoughts, difficult emotions, old patterns, and places we feel stuck are devoted guardians that show us the way home. Follow her as she plunges into a deep inquiry of old patterns and wounds and as she comes out of the dark place, learning or unlearning things.
Through her blog posts, become equipped with the right tools and understanding to face your own demons and be closer to your true nature in grounded strength.
Second Life Coaching provides life coaching, relationship coaching, and career coaching for men.
Steph’s Social Pie is a lifestyle blog and editorial featuring hot and fresh health, wellness, beauty and lifestyle articles.