Have you ever read a blog and be inspired to start an online career? I certainly did. Being highly interested in women entrepreneurship and achievement, I follow a few successful female bloggers who are really passionate in what they do. In this article, I would like to share some of their stories with you.
#1 – Natalie Sisson
Natalie is originally from New Zealand and has 8 years of corporate experience before she found her calling to become a blogger.
When she co-founded a technology startup called FundRazr in 2008, she realized that the lack of women entrepreneur in the online world is very evident.
With a strong desire to transform dreams into reality for everyone, she founded Suitcase Entrepreneur in 2010 and planted the vision to create freedom in business and adventure in life for 100,000 entrepreneurs by the year 2020.
Her blog is filled with eBooks, podcast and video series to help budding entrepreneurs start their own online business – the fun way.
Besides entrepreneurship achievement, Natalie has also won numerous accolades over the years in the area of sports (body sculpting being one of it) and technology development. As an avid traveler, she is also known as a digital nomad who runs her 6 figure business from various parts of the world.
#2 – Ree Drummond
Ree is a fun-loving country housewife who blogs from a ranch while raising 4 children, cattles and much more. Her passion for all things mothers are clearly expressed in her beautiful blog, The Pioneer Woman, where she writes daily about her country lifestyle, gardening and homeschooling.
However, her biggest passion of all would have to be her food blog, where she shares cooking and recipe tips with her audience. You should visit her blog too when you get the chance – it will make your mouth water 🙂
She also shares these recipes on her weekly show called The Food Network that is available to watch online. If you like to get involved in the fun, you can join Tasty Kitchen, the food community which she co-founded, to share your own recipes with other members.
Besides blogging, Ree keeps herself busy by writing cookbooks and children’s books that feature Charlie, her Basset Hound ranch dog. All her books can be found at most major online retailers.
She’s truly one of the most successful working mothers out there.
#3 – Jenny Blake
Jenny started writing at the age of 11 years old and created her first website in her early 20’s. She’s a city girl at heart and has a passion for all things books, gadgets and spiritual discoveries.
While working with Google, she took up coaching certification and even wrote her own book. On 2011, she left Google to grow her blog and to explore her spiritual side in Yoga and massage training.
Jenny believes that most of us are sleepwalking in our own dreams, hence she created Life After College to inspire youth with a clear message; “Wake up, live big and love the journey.”
The blog is dedicated to fresh graduates and mid-career changers who are experiencing challenging transition in life which can sometimes be very confusing.
Having been there, Jenny knows that most college students lack guidance in life especially on what to do after graduation. She addresses this issue by writing extensively on topics such as career, money, goals and relationship and how all these can sum up to give you a more successful life.
Jenny is such a prolific writer that she actually wrote a list of “100 things about me” on her blog. I am not sure if I have that much to say about myself, but it sure seems like Jenny and I have a lot of things in common 🙂
#4 – Lizzie Velasquez
Lizzie is a 25 year old video blogger with a major in communication studies from Texas State University. She’s an author, a motivational speaker and even has a documentary of her own called “The Lizzie Project”.
The documentary aims to create an awareness about (cyber) bullying and what we can do to curb the evidently rising problem. And why is she so involved in this issue? Because Lizzie has been a victim of cyber bullying for as long as she has known the internet.
You see, Lizzie has an extremely rare medical condition that doesn’t allow her to gain weight. Her body has no capacity AT ALL to store fat and as a result of that, she looks very different from the rest of us. Although her condition predisposes her to a lot of limitations, she’s is just like any girl out there who wants to be successful in life.
Supported by her faith in God and her family, she created her own YouTube channel that has now more than 150,000 subscribers in which she shares her adventurous life with us. She updates her blog regularly and travels around the world, delivering inspiration and strength that transpire from her own challenges.
What’s Your Story?
There you have it, four of my favorite female bloggers – full of wit, creativity and optimism in life. Thanks to them, I took the courage to create Time Freedom and never looked back.
So, do you have a story, a passion or a skill that you want to share with the world? Create your own blog with SiteRubix to get started now.
“The most effective way to do it, is to do it.” – Amelia Earhart
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