The Magical List of Outstanding Women Bloggers

Valeria Maltoni of Conversation Agent started an incredibly powerful and magical list of Outstanding Women Bloggers.

I am honored that my friend, Karen included me in her list of women she’s adding to the list! Thanks Karen! And just so you know, you’re among my list of favorite women bloggers too! Kuddos to you.

Karen already grabbed a few of my picks, but there’s plenty to choose from and plenty of love to go around! So I’m adding:

Kailani of Island Life
Wendy of Emoms At Home
Mary of Almost, Somewhat Positive

Now keep adding more outstanding women bloggers to the list!

Here is the list so far……

45 Things by Anita Bruzzese

A Look at Art & Design: Lisa Mikulski still a great pair of legs Angie McKaig by Anja Merret

Ask Dr. Kirk The Artsy Asylum by Susan Reynolds

Back in Skinny Jeans by Stephanie Quilao

Balanced Life Center-Spirituality applied to Life by Nneka

BlogWrite for CEOs Debbie Weil

Biz Growth News by Krishna De

Brain Based Biz by Dr. Robyn McMaster

Brain Based Business by Dr. Ellen Weber

Brand Sizzle Anne Simons

Branding & Marketing Chris Brown

Brazen Careerist by Penelope Trunk

Build a Solo Practice, LLC by Susan Cartier Liebel

Christine Kane by Christine Kane

CK’s Blog CK (Christina Kerley)

Colloquium by JHSEsq

Communication Overtones Kami Huyse

Confident Writing by Joanna Young

Conscious Business by Anne Libby

Conversation Agent Valeria Maltoni

Corporate PR Elizabeth Albrycht

Customers Are Always by Maria Palma

Customers Rock! Becky Carroll

CustServ by Meikah David

Creative Curio by Lauren Marie

Debbie Millman by Debbie Millman

Deborah Schultz by Deborah Schultz

Designers Who Blog by Cat Morley

Design Your Life Ellen and Julia Lupton, identical twins

Design Your Writing Life by Lisa Gates

Diary of Claudine Hellmuth Claudine Hellmuth

Diva Marketing Blog Toby Bloomberg

Do It Myself Blog by Glenda Watson Hyatt

Dooce by Heather B. Armstrong by Edith Yeung

Email Marketing Best Practices Tamara Gielen

Emily Chang – Strategic Designer Emily Chang

Enter the Laughter by Marti Lawrence

Escape Blog by Melissa Petri

Escape from Cubicle Nation by Pamela Slim

eSoup by Sharon Sarmiento

Essential Keystrokes by Char

Every Dot Connects by Connie Reece

Fish Creek House by GP

Flooring The Consumer CB Whittemore

Forrester’s Marketing Blog Shar, Charlene, Chloe, Christine Elana, Laura and Lisa

Forward Steps by Thea Westra

Franke James by Franke James

Get Fresh Minds by Katie Konrath

Great Presentations Mean Business by Laura Athavale Fitton

Hey Marci by Marci Alboher

Get Shouty by Katie Chatfield

Holly’s Corner Blog by Holly Schwendiman

ifelse by Phu Ly

Illustration Friday Penelope Dullaghan

Inspired Business Growth by Wendy Piersall

J.T. O’Donnell Career Insights by J.T. O’Donnell

Joyful, Jubilant Learning by Rosa Say

Kinetic Ideas Wendy Maynard

Learned on Women by Andrea Learned

Lindsay Pollak by Lindsay Polla

Live the Power by Karen Lynch

Liz Strauss at Successful Blog by Liz Strauss

Lorelle on WordPress by Lorelle VanFossen

Making Life Work for You by April Groves

Manage to Change by Ann Michael

Management Craft by Lisa Haneberg

Mandarin Design Daily:The MEG Blog Michelle Goodrich

Marketing Roadmaps Susan Getgood

Moda di Magno by Lori Magno

Modite by Rebecca Thorman Molly E. Holzschlag

<a href="Pamm from My Secret Spiritual Dance by Pamm

Narrat Assets  Karen Hegman

Netdiver Carole Guevin

On My Desk Linzie Hunter

Pass the Torch by Kelly Curtis

Peace Love Harmony by Kirsten Harrell

Presto Vivace Blog Alice Marshall

Priscilla Palmer: Personal Development Demands Success by Priscilla Palmer

Productivity Goal by Carolyn Manning

Purse Lip Square Jaw Anne Galloway

Small Biz Survival by Becky McCray

Small Failures: Sustainability for the Rest of Us Jess Sand

swissmiss Tina Roth Eisenberg

The Brand Dame by Lyn Chamberlin

this is Rachel Andrew

Sheriar Designs Mani Sheriar

Spare Change Nedra Kline Weinreich

Talk It Up Heidi Miller

Tech Kitten by Trisha Miller

The copy Writing Maven Roberta Rosenberg

The Blog Angel by Claire Raikes

The Engaging Brand by Anna Farmery

The Floozy Blog by Kate Coote

The Kiss Business Too by Karin H.

The Origin of Brands Laura Ries

The Parody by Sasha Manuel

The Podcast Sisters by Krishna De, Anna Farmery and Heather Gorringe

Veerle’s blog 2.0 Veerle
Versa Creations by Vivienne

Water Cooler Wisdom by Alexandra Levit

Wealth Strategy Secrets by Nicola Cairncross

What’s Next Blog B L Ochman

That’s What She Said by Julie Elgar

Ypulse by Anastasia Goodstein

Now, go do some fun reading from some outstanding women bloggers! And if you happen to be a man don’t be left out…start your own list and share it with us!

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19 thoughts on “The Magical List of Outstanding Women Bloggers

  1. Hi Holly: Thanks for sharing and expanding the list of these fabulous women bloggers! Welcome to the gang!

    Thanks Lori! I can’t wait to dig into more of the those on the list!


  2. WOW! Thanks so much, though I don’t feel like I really deserve it… especially lately. I’ve been such a flaky slacker, LOL! BUT Thank You so very much! (((HUGS)))

    Welcome. :) Right back at ‘ya.


  3. Love this list – but have to say what a fantastic header, now that is what I call an Engaging Brand! Glad to find you via this list

    Thanks Anna! What a nice compliment. I’m on my way to visit you now too.


  4. Holly:

    This is a really welcoming blog. Thank you for continuing to make connection with people and helping everyone get introduced to new writers. I know I am going to select several to invite back on topics of their expertise. The great news is that we may have material for weeks and months — all right here on this list.

    Thank you so much Valeria, what a warm and wonderful compliment to receive on my blog. I truly appreciate it and you taking the time to stop by and comment. I hope you receive the joy and credit you deserve for starting something so wonderfully connecting!


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  6. As the founder of The Beauty Blog Network, our network bloggers are definitely amazing and of course (as of now), all women. Our bloggers are accepted into the network by referral only, so they must be truly good at what they write about. And of course, our niche of beauty always makes it a fun read. I’ll be the first to admit that the chemistry and intention of a group of women is always a very powerful thing…..Wonderful list!

    It has been a wonderful list! Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing your thoughts!


  7. Holly, I love that people have used the word “magic” to describe the list. Now you add another important qualifier: powerful. The ability to connect is a power, isn’t it — but only when we actually put ourselves out there.

    Thanks for creating another opportunity to connect! And I’ll be back on your corner again soon.

    Be well.

    Thank you so much Anne. What a warm comment – I look forward to *seeing* you soon here and at your blog. ;)


  8. Holly,

    A great list. Although I am not a woman, I’d like to recommend two wonderful woman bloggers, who introduced me into the world of blogging. These women are Patsy and Denise at

    Thanks so much for sharing these names! :) Those early connections have a way of sticking don’t they?


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