Five Of My Favourite Motivational Blogs

One of the best ways to remain motivated is to regularly read motivational blogs written by successful people.  

This habit will provide you with the inspiration, encouragement, and wisdom that you need to succeed in life.

While there are thousands of motivational blogs online, a few really stand out from the crowd.

This post will identify some amazing motivational blogs and the people behind them.

The Positivity Blog

The Positivity Blog is the brainchild of Henrik Edberg, a Swedish journalist and author.  

The blog provides practical personal development advice and strategies that work in real life.

Henrik says the blog is for anyone who wants to lead a happier, simpler, and stress-free life.  

He also provides advice to help readers improve relationship skills, build confidence, and eliminate negative habits like procrastination.

There are hundreds of articles on the blog on topics like forming positive habits, sources of inspiration, getting out of your comfort zone, mindfulness techniques, and much more.  

There are also multiple courses that visitors can take to improve certain aspects of their lives.

Visit The Positivity Blog.

Zen Habits

Launched in 2007, Zen Habits quickly became one of the most successful motivational blogs on the Internet.  

The blog covers many topics including on productivity, living simply, mindfulness, healthy eating, mental resiliency, beating procrastination, dealing with addictions and much more.

The blog was created by Leo Babauta, a blogger and author based in San Francisco.  

Leo created Zen Habits to share what he has learned by tackling many bad habits over the years.  

He writes blog posts about all of the tips and tricks he learned while quitting smoking, getting fit, eliminating his debt, losing weight, becoming organised, and so on.

Leo also offers a variety of courses, including the Fearless Training Program.  

This course helps people overcome their fears and excel in their chosen field.

His training programs and blog posts often draw upon on Buddhist philosophy and aim to help readers in all aspects of their lives.

Visit Zen Habits.

Tim Ferris Blog

Tim Ferris has become one of the most well-known motivational bloggers in the world.  

He is also the author of numerous best-selling books including The 4-Hour Work Week, The 4-Hour Body, Tools of Titans: The Tactics and The 4-Hour Chef.

His writing often focusses on “life hacks” — which are techniques you can use to live a happier, healthier, and more productive life.  

He also likes to analyse the habits of successful people and share them with his many readers in books and blog posts.

The posts on his blog cover many topics including mental performance, entrepreneurship,  marketing, outsourcing, fitness, and practical philosophy.

He also has a very successful podcast available on iTunes, Stitcher, and Overcast.

Visit the Tim Ferris Blog.

James Clear Blog

James Clear has a simple goal — helping people live better.  

He wants to help his readers become more productive, work smarter, be creative, make better decisions and be healthier.

The blog shares dozens of free articles and podcasts.  

There are two eBooks available on the blog as well — Mastering Creativity and Transform Your Habits.  

James also has developed a course called The Habits Academy, where he helps readers finally tackle the bad habits in the lives and form new habits.

Visit the James Clear Blog.

Tiny Buddha Blog

The Tiny Buddha Blog is beautiful little blog that motivates and inspires.  

It shares practical tips relating to topics like healthy eating, relationships, work life, and dealing with change.  

However, it also delves into deeper topics like the meaning of life, finding what you are passionate about, and dealing with loss.  

You will also find lots of great information about yoga, meditation, and mindfulness.

This is one of my personal favourites!

Visit the Tiny Buddha blog.

Thanks for reading!  

If you have any motivational blogs that you would like to share, leave a comment below.

author: Stephen Coleclough

Stephen Coleclough is a leading international and domestic tax consultant who specialises in solving complex problems. As well as advising on tax matters, Stephen also enjoys exploring topics relating to physical and mental wellbeing. You can follow him on Twitter at SColeclough.


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