25 Top Personal Development Blogs

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I love writing about personal development topics — it’s my passion! But I also love reading about them as well. So much of my inspiration for Live Bold and Bloom has come from great thinkers, great books, and many, many amazing personal development blogs.

One of the things I enjoy most about blogging is the supportive, interdependent nature of the business. Other bloggers aren’t your competition — they are your partners, cheerleaders, and friends along the journey. I have met so many wonderful, talented people through my work here at Live Bold and Bloom, and I am honored to partner with many of them on other blogging projects.

I’d like to share with you 25 of my favorite personal development blogs.These are in no particular order — so please check them all out.

1. Momentum Gathering – a beautifully simple and simply beautiful blog by my dear friend Katie Tallo who sees her blog “as a way to express myself, to explore bits and pieces of life I feel passionate about and to inspire momentum in the lives of others.” Her writing is exquisite.

2. Pick the Brain –  a blog written by many guest writers and dedicated to self improvement with a focus on personal productivity, motivation, and self education. It’s one of the biggest personal development blogs on the net. Lots and lots of great articles.

3. The Change Blog – written by Peter Clemens, a father of two and a seasoned blogger, The Change Blog is all about helping people make positive change, highlighting the understanding that each of us is free to choose the direction of our life.

4. Goodlife Zen – my friend and partner Mary Jaksch offers practical inspiration for a happier life, focusing on great habits, creativity, spirituality, fitness, and mindfulness.

5. One With Now – written beautifully by the amazing Manal Ghosain, One With Now provides practical advice on how to become more aware of this moment and accept it without resistance, reducing mental and emotional clutter and creating more space in your life for what truly matters.

6. The One Question – If you are interested in finding the answer to the one question, “What should I do with my life?” — this is the blog to visit. You can take a free life purpose test and read many great articles on life purpose.

7. Marc and Angel Hack Life – This lovely husband and wife team enjoy sharing practical thoughts on a broad range of topics pertaining to life, hacks, productivity, aspirations, health, work, tech and general self improvement.

8. Change Your Thoughts – Steve Aitchison, the hunky Scotsman, shows he’s more than a pretty face with this thought-provoking blog about changing your thoughts, beliefs, and actions to create an amazing life.

9. The Happiness Project - Gretchen Rubin is the New York Times best-selling author of the book, The Happiness Project. Her blog is all about, you guessed it, finding happiness.

10. A Certain Simplicity – This blog is so delectable you want to eat it. Everything from the design, photos, to the elegant writing, is the work of artist, innkeeper, and lovely friend Diana Baur. Not to be missed.

11. Advanced Life Skills – writer Jonathan Wells is a certified personal and professional strategy coach who shares his career insights with practical, useful, and inspiring articles on all aspects of personal growth.

12. Zen Habits – Leo Babauta is one of the top 25 bloggers in the world (according to Time Magazine), but he’s mainly a really nice guy who writes beautiful, pithy posts about living simply, being healthy, and creating life-long positive habits.

13. The Bold Life – Tess Marshall and I share a similar blog name and philosophy. She writes about living fearlessly, connecting peacefully, and having a wild love affair with life.

14. My Super-Charged Life – Don’t you love the name? Jeff Nickles is a prolific writer about improving your life, growing your money, and finding your purpose and passion in life.

15. Make It Happen - London-based writer Arvind Devalia blogs about the possibility of discovering your deepest purpose, living a fully expressed life filled with peace, love, well-being, courage and integrity.

16. The Daily Brainstorm - A “blogazine” featuring the top bloggers on the net, including many listed here. Edited by yours truly. A great place to get all of your favorite blogs in one convenient location.

17. The Positivity Blog- Well-known self development blogger Henrik Edberg (of Sweden) writes beautiful articles  on how to live more consciously, simplify your life, become happier, create new habits and replace some old habits with better ones, improve your self-discipline, and much more.

18. Trading Pounds – Blogging newcomer Stephanie Wetzel has made a big splash with her inspiring blog about weight loss, healthy habits, and self-esteem. Her story is truly amazing.

19. Optimistic Lifestyle – the name says it all. It’s dedicated to personal development, health care, lifestyle and career growth. It’s written by Roman Soluk who has dedicated his own life to optimistic living.

20. Think Simple Now – Blogger Tina Su strives to empower people to find inner clarity and personal happiness through simple, uplifting, and honest writing — and she has certainly succeeded. Her blog is lovely and has become one of the biggest personal growth blogs on the net.

21. Self Help Zone – This blog is a one-stop-shop for everything self-help. It’s a super-blog crammed with great info on every possible life betterment topic. If you can’t find it here, you won’t find it!

22. Everyday Bright - Written by Jennifer Gresham, an U.S. Air Force Academy grad, as well as an odd combination of PhD biochemist and award-winning poet, Everyday Bright is a blog focused on designing a career you love to enhance your life.

23. Dumb Little Man – Not so dumb, and not just for men. Writer and founder Jay White offers “a handful of tips that will save you money, increase your productivity, or simply keep you sane.”

24. The Self Improvement Blog – Another mega blog with articles, videos, quotes, and even a radio program, covering just about every personal development topic imaginable. A great resource.

25. Feelgooder - Another great blog from blogging guru Darren Rowse of Problogger fame. This blog is dedicated to creating daily content on topics like health, relationships, social good, work and finance—to help those who read (and write) it be informed and inspired in those areas. He features a variety of guest writers.

I am certain I’ve left off many fantastic personal development blogs — so if you have a favorite, please add it to the list. Or if you are a personal development blogger, feel free to share your blog with all of us here at Live Bold and Bloom.

Reminder: October 3rd is the beginning of round two of The Habit Course – a simple and loving gift you can give yourself to help guide you towards your potential. Please join us for a month-long journey focused on meaningful habit creation. Build upon everything you already are by creating mindful, lasting habits in your life. I helped create this course with Leo Babauta and Katie Tallo. All three of us will be there to encourage you along the way.


Comments

  1. Thanks so much dearest Barrie for including one with now on the list. I’m truly humbled and honoured to be with such great company. A lot of these blogs are on my favourite list as well plus Bloom of course.

    Keep writing, encouraging and inspiring.

    With love and appreciation,
    Manal

  2. Great list.
    There are a lot of incredibly good blogs on the internet about personal development.
    Lots of very smart people sharing their best advice freely, we are lucky to be in a time where you have so much information so easily accessible.

    • Barrie Davenport says:

      Yes, there are a lot of great blogs, including yours Daniel! It is so wonderful to have access to just about any information you need. How the world has changed!

  3. Sweet list! Thanks so much for including me, Barrie. I’m honoured. Great company.

  4. Thanks a lot Barrie for featuring my blog in your list. I’m pleased to be here!

  5. Great list. I’ll be sure to check out many of them that I didn’t know of.

    Lori Deschene of the Tiny Buddha blog is fabulous. She is a wonderful person and her blog is absolutely inspirational. Each and every post is brilliant. She now has a guest writer every day and writes her own piece every day as well.
    http://www.tinybudda.com

    Alex Blackwell of The Bridemaker is also wonderful. Very uplifting and lovely pieces. http://www.thebridgemaker.com

    A relatively new one is Jimmy of My Life Architects. He is a very strong writer with great material. http://www.mylifearchitects.com

    • Barrie Davenport says:

      Hi Harriet,
      I am glad you like the list. Oh darn, I should have included Alex — I love his blog, and he is always so kind about tweeting my posts. I encourage my readers to look at Alex’s beautiful blog The Bridgemaker, http://www.thebridgemaker.com. Thanks for reminding me Harriet. I don’t know Jimmy’s blog, but I will check it out. Thank you for sharing.

      • Hi Barrie,

        Let me introduce myself. I am Jimmy here and I want to thank Harriet for mentioning my blog. I am new kid on the block, but one with great passion for personal development. I hope you will check out my site and give me your valuable comments.

        Thank you for this wonderful list of blogs on personal development. Now I can be sure that I will never have enough time to finish learning from all these wonderful people out there. I wish I have 48 hours in a day.

        Cheers

        • Barrie Davenport says:

          Hi Jimmy,
          Welcome! So glad to see you here. I look forward to reading your blog Jimmy. I love the name of it. Thank you so much for introducing yourself. I hope to see more of you as your blog grows!

    • Must say Tiny Buddha is my all time favorite and many other people — over 200K subscribers. Lori Deschene also writes tiny wisdom, Monday through Friday, which is absolutely inspirational for personal deveopment.

      One other favorite is Gail Brenner’s A Flourishing Life — another gem.

      Thanks for this interesting list.

  6. Hi Barrie. I am new to you blog (got here through Everyday Bright) and I really feel a sense of community here. Thank you for that.

    Two personal development blogs that have changed my perspective on my life in the last 3 days:

    Jacob Sokol at http://sensophy.com

    Pave & Kyeli at http://connection-revolution.com

    Cheers!
    Trish

    • Barrie Davenport says:

      Welcome Trish! I am so glad you are here. Everyday Bright is a lovely blog. You have introduced me to two new blogs — I will check them out. Thank you.

  7. May I correct my errors in my last comment? Opps!

    I am new to YOUR blog

    and PACE & Kyeli

    The recovering perfectionist in me wants to apologize for my mistakes!!

  8. Steven Aitchison says:

    The hunky Scotsman – I’m going to use that tagline from now on :)

    Thanks Barrie, I really am honoured to be in your list. There’s also a few blogs I haven’t seen in this list, which means some more reading for me.

    As always, you’re a star Barrie and you’re doing amazing things on the net and I am glad to call you a friend.

    • Barrie Davenport says:

      Now wouldn’t that be a great name for a blog — The Hunky Scotsman.com?? You’d have more fans than you’d know what to do with! But your wife might not be too happy. :)
      Thank you for your kind words Steve. Back at you!

  9. Great list Barrie! Now I have quite a few new blogs to add to my growing personal development feed. Thanks a bunch.

  10. Christine R says:

    Wow Barrie! Fantastic resource! A few of these blogs I’ve heard of and checked out but I’m happy to find new ones. I’m definitely in to personal continuous improvement!!

    Thanks so much for this!

  11. Great list! Thanks so much.

    Love, love, love your blog, and now I’ve got even more delicious things to read!

    You might check out my blog at http://www.newlifestories.com that also has journaling resources. Now working on a new free ebook: A Little Book of Big, Juicy Questions (for writing prompts). Give me a shout if you want to be one of the first to get it.

    • This Luddite couldn’t get her pic from her blog to go on the comment–sorry. Maybe you could help? Nothing like asking for favors from somebody you don’t even know–yet. Anyway, I’m just starting out again and want to get in on all the wild and wonderful fun you’re creating.

      Thanks,

      E

      • Barrie Davenport says:

        Hi Ellen,
        Go to gravatar.com to get your headshot to appear in the comments. Glad you are here! Please come back soon.

    • Barrie Davenport says:

      Thank you Ellen — so glad you like it. I love the title of your ebook. Let us know when it’s finished.

  12. Great list, Barrie!

    I second Harriet’s mention of Tiny Buddha, and also want to add Sandra Pawula’s blog, Always Well Within: http://alwayswellwithin.com/ Sandra’s writing always sparkles and she offers truly wonderful insights on a wide range of topics, from inner happiness to taking a digital sabbatical.

    And I’d love to invite readers to stop by my site as well, The Liberated Life Project, to enjoy what’s happening there: http://liberatedlifeproject.com — it’s a personal development blog that also weaves engaged citizenship into the mix.

    • Barrie Davenport says:

      Hi Maia,
      I also love Sandra’s blog — thank you for mentioning it. Tiny Buddha is wonderful too.And thanks for including yours. I will check it out!

    • Maia, Thank you for your amazingly kind words.
      Barrie, Thank you as well for your honorable mention. I would like to affirm that depth and breadth of the Liberated Life Project.

      There are so many wonderful personal development blogs. You’ve done a terrific job of covering the bases, Barrie. I also love http://positiveprovocations.com

      Wishing you well!

  13. Thanks Barrie for a wonderful list! Some of these I’ve seen before and enjoy often, but many are brand new to me… I’m always on the lookout for new, inspiring materials. I love your attention to detail in describing each resource – that’s so helpful. Thanks again!

    Peace, love and a steaming cup of Zen,
    K

  14. Great list! Many I know but some lovely new ones to explore also.
    Like the Tess Marshall with whom I share a name, I also publish a personal development blog, mine aimed specifically at women in mid-life and older. My name links to it.

  15. Dear Barrie, I thank you for including me on you lovely list. I feel that I am among very good company. Everyone who does this kind of blogging knows it is a labor of love, a constant balancing act to strike the right note and remain true to both the Truth and to ourselves. I send you my love and hopes to meet you soon. Love, Diana

  16. Great list Barrie. I think my blog (http://liberatingchoices.com ) fits in personal development with a heaping spoonful of meaningful relationships.

    I’m finishing up my first ebook, Take Charge of Your Worry, and will be giving it away for free in October! I’ll be sending you a copy soon…

    • Barrie Davenport says:

      I should have extended my list Marci! Liberating Choices is a wonderful resource. Congrats on your ebook! Can’t wait to see it.

  17. Hi Barrie, it is always such an amazing honor to be included in a list like this because these are all amazing people who make massive contribution. Thank you for this wonderfully empowering resource.

    • Barrie Davenport says:

      You are so welcome Jonathan. You pack such powerful, useful stuff in everything you do. I’m so glad our paths have crossed.

  18. Seriously, Barrie, I’m honored to be in such good company and to add my own slice of a-ha to the blogosphere. I agree with you: what is so great about bloggers is the collaborative spirit. So glad we met at Blogworld last year. Now I have a whole new list of luminaries to put on my “to meet” list (including a “hunky Scotsman” … that bit was hilarious).

    • Barrie Davenport says:

      You are doing great work Jen — I’m so excited about your new Career Academy. Are you going to the World Domination Summit this summer? If so, I’ll see you there.

  19. Tess The Bold Life says:

    Hi Barrie,
    Thanks for including me. I love the list and will check out a few I don’t know. I find Manal’s writing amazing. I read and tweet every post!

    • Barrie Davenport says:

      You are so welcome Tess. All of these blogs are so incredible. It’s so nice to see how The Bold Life continues to bloom!

  20. I love lists like this. I always find someone new I wasn’t familiar with. Thanks for the wonderful resource, Barrie!

    • Barrie Davenport says:

      Hi Ken,
      Yes, I’ve discovered many great blogs through these lists as well. I love the title of your recent post — I’m enticed to go read it! :)

  21. I always enjoy your posts. This list is wonderful! Thanks so much for the education, Barrie :-) and making life better – and the world a better place!

  22. Thanks very much Barrie for including my blog in such esteemed company:-)

    Wishing you all the best on your own journey!

    • Barrie Davenport says:

      You are welcome Arvind. You were one of the first bloggers to accept a guest post from me — I learned a lot from your work. I hope your blog workshop in London is a huge success.

  23. Harleena Singh says:

    Wow Barrie!

    Thanks so much for connecting us with so many beautiful people! Just can’t wait to visit their blogs and say a quick ‘Hi’, while I learn wonderful things from them.

    Thanks for your time and effort to put up this post :)

  24. Hi Barrie,
    really enjoyed this post, I too love to read and write about personal development. There’s so much going on in the world, in general, we really the viewpoint of others to help sort it out.
    I feel bloggers are like “Lighthouses” for our readers any insight we can impart either found or learned is best shared.
    Thanks, William

    • Barrie Davenport says:

      Hi William,
      Yes, it is so wonderful to have such easy access to inspiration, different perspectives, and motivation. I’ve learned so much from these wise bloggers! I’m so glad you found the post useful for you William.

  25. Thanks for providing this great list of personal development blogs, Barrie. I don’t know all of them, but I have read several (Pick the Brain, Change Your Thoughts, The Bold Life, and The Positivity Blog), which are all very good. I’ll have to check out some of the others. I found yours today via a Google Alert for “personal development,” so I look forward to reading more of your blog in the future. Please also check out our personal development blog at Champions of Powerful Living sometime, and let me know what you think!

    • Barrie Davenport says:

      Hi Kara,
      I am so glad you liked it — it was fun going through all of these wonderful blogs and trying to sum them up in a couple of sentences! Glad Google alerts listed my blog and that you found me. I hope you will visit regularly. Or better yet, become a subscriber. :)

  26. My blog is focused on personal development as are those fine sites noted above. The site is blog.garygreenfield.com. Love to hear what you think.

  27. Mike Reeves-McMillan says:

    Thanks, Barrie, good list. I have guest posted on 10 out of your 25!
    Now I want to check the others out.

    I’ve recently started a second personal Dev blog at howtobeamazing.com, so I’m always looking for other like-minded bloggers to work with and recommend.

  28. Thanks for the great list. I would like to suggest that my Daily Inspiration – Daily Quote at http://www.dreamthisday.com/ and http://www.quotes-daily.com and my Thoughts on Living with Joy, Purpose, and Conscious Choice at http://http://www.mind4joy.com/ also deserve a place on your list.

  29. Crystal Sharp says:

    Hi Barrie,

    Thanks for the list. And please check out my blog at http://www.iboostmylife.com/DLBBlog.aspx

    Greetings,
    Crystal

  30. Crystal Sharp says:

    Hi Barrie,

    The right url to Marc and Angel Hack Life is: http://www.marcandangel.com/

    nb. It’s ok for me to improve your post and delete this message.

    Crystal

  31. Roshawn @ Watson Inc says:

    How did you know that I needed this post? Thank you so much for providing this resource, as I have been looking to read more personal development blogs. Some of these are familiar faces to me, but many others are new. I really appreciate you taking time to initiate the uninitiated :-)

  32. Dominica Applegate says:

    Thank you for such an awesome list! I’ve enjoyed getting to know some other personal development bloggers and their niches! If you would like to add to the list at some point, please be sure to review mine at http://www.extremelifepotential.com/.
    You are greatly appreciated!

    Dominica

  33. Great list! I have been visiting the different blogs on this list and they’re all excellent. Thanks for compiling this valuable info. In case you didn’t catch it, the link for Mark and Angel Hack Life is linked to the wrong site.

    Keep up the great work!

  34. Great list! I’ve always admired how the creators of these blogs are able to share what they know with others and help them become better people. They are the advisors of the modern age! If only more people spend their times reading and learning from these blogs, like I do, I’m sure they can become better. That belief from these blogs is also what prompted me to make my own personal development blog in the hope that people can learn and become better.

  35. cassie502 says:

    Thanks so much!

  36. I just discovered this blog. I’m inspired to do more work so I can help others. Hopefully you can get some time to review my blog and tell me what I can do better (an email will be welcome).
    Have a blessed week!

  37. I have liked the list and will be a regular visitor in all of them time allowing. I believe my experience as a blogger will be enriched by the information from this blogs. I have visited some already especially yours Barrie. On subscribing to your freebies, I received them in less than 10 minutes, what CMS are you using? That was too impressive. I have saved them all. Keep it up.

  38. Nice list. I read most of the blogs from the list and will definitely checvk the ones I had not seen yet.

    One question – what is the procedure to apply as contriburter blog for The Daily Brainstorm ?

    Thanx .

    • Barrie Davenport says:

      Hi Ani,
      So glad you liked the list. The Daily Brainstorm is on hiatus, so we aren’t taking contributors for the time being.

  39. Found some great gems here. Thanks for the sharing Barrie. =D

    One of my favorite is Zen Habits. Very clean and useful tips on personal development. :)

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  42. Thank you for this list! I have been searching for new great blogs to follow. Personal Development is a huge passion of mine and it is always great to be connecting with like-minded people! Rock on!

  43. GREAT list of blogs! But don’t forget to check out mine…kinda new but I’ve been writing on the DL for decades about consciously creating success.

    http://www.livealifeyoulove.com

    I hope you’ll stop by. Everyone deserves to create a life they love and everyone has the power and ability to do so.

    warmly,
    Boni

  44. It’s good list of blogs. I can get some idea from the blog here to write some information article.
    Thanks a lot.

  45. Excellent list, I’ve bookmarked several of them already and have checked out several other sites from those that have commented. Thanks for putting this list together!

  46. Great list. I am a severe acne sufferer. The inspirational and self improvement articles have boosted my confidence. Many thanks.

  47. I love your website layout/design.

    If you are considering taking new sites in for consideration for your top 25, I love would if you could review mine =)

    Thank you for your time http://www.growthguided.com

  48. Thank you so much for your list!
    I found it extremely useful for my blog :)
    Best wishes to you!

  49. Awesome List of blogs, thank you, I like the ones that you picked because many of them seem to come from an authentic space.

  50. Amazing article! I’m so glad to have found this seeing that the information is useful and here it is found along with a multitude of other websites. Thank you for putting up this amazing content Barrie!

  51. Thanks for the awesome list. I’ve bookmarked some of these blogs that I’ve never heard of before (although other such as Zen Habits I’m familiar with). Out of interest, how long did it take you to write this post? I’m looking at compiling a list of 100 best self-help/motivational blogs for my site, and want to know how much time to budget.

    Regards,

    James Frankton

  52. Thank you so much for this comprehensive list. Your research makes the task of finding self-help online short work. Changing one’s thoughts and creating new responses to old situations is the basis of any sound self-help endeavour to add more joy to your life. You have definitely captured a wealth of information here.

  53. I also vote for zenhabits. Very clean layout and useful tips.

    http://www.getskills.com/failure-is-your-only-option/

  54. Really good list. Reminds me I have to check out some of those blogs I haven’t been to in a while. Just curious, why do some of them have links and others don’t?

  55. What I like about your blog is that you have had the idea to bring all the top personal development blogs and you have put them into one list, saves so much of our valuable time searching them out ourselves.

  56. Hi Barrie, thanks for a nice list. I went ahead and visited every single one of them to check out designs, posts, etc. It is insane how much collective wisdom and inspiration we all have. :-) I’ll see if I can contact some of those authors to establish a connection. Blogging is still a relatively new game for me but there are night I can’t sleep because I’m so excited about researching things, formulating thoughts, thinking what will the readers connect with, will they hate it… etc. :-) Anyways, all the best to you in 2014, may your own blog grow and prosper!

    Cheers, Tadas
    Author of http://angermentor.com/

  57. Hi, Barrie!
    Thanks for the list.
    Maybe you’ll also find something useful in my blog: nononsenseselfdevelopment.com
    Martin

  58. thanks for this list. I will add them as my favourite too on my personal development blog. this blogs will help me to learn to improve my blog. check it out at http://www.gridchat.net .

  59. Thanks for the list! Very useful!

  60. Great list, thanks for sharing. I think Pick The Brain is my favorite. It gives you very good tips. I have done 2 books which I got inspired from them to do, you can check them out here http://tjpersonaldevelopment.com/

  61. Great list! I am also a personal development blogger. Check out #AsWeViewIt at asweviewit.com. Get inspired, be motivated and think outside the box. XOXO

  62. Great List …..
    Wish i could squeeze, crawl or better yet ” Arrive ” in the above mentioned list. Thanks for sharing … ” Leaves to write better content for smart readers “

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