We don’t have much time to find inspiration or motivation in the never-ending race for life. We may forget to remember that the most important resources are just a click away.
These are our top five favorite motivational blogs and websites to rekindle the fire inside your belly.
Next up is Joel Brown, an Australian Entrepreneur and Motivational Speaker. The digital media company’s blog began in April 2011 and was originally created to provide advice on success.
It has grown to be a popular platform for motivational content, with more than one hundred million visitors worldwide. The site has been a popular motivational blog for six years.
“Addicted to Success” is a non-profit organization that aims to inspire and empower people.
Joel has collected stories and tips from inspirational people all over the world to share their stories. The site features a wide range of motivational resources including videos, interviews, articles and audios with celebrities and successful entrepreneurs.
You can even listen to the podcast if you don’t have time to scroll through the entire site. This is the ultimate package that will lift your spirits and inspire you to pursue your dreams, no matter how difficult they might seem.
We have the perfect site for you if you are tired of traditional motivation blogs and want something different. Not Another Millennial blog aims to be different and challenge the negative stereotypes of millennials that abound on the internet.
The creators of the blog were tired of hearing about millennials being unable to secure the jobs that they desire and all the depressing stats about this generation.
The blog shares real-life stories and provides inspiration. The blog is honest and shares glimpses into the amazing happy moments as well as the difficult, painful experiences that brought them to their knees. Their website proudly proclaims that they have dealt with real life and aren’t afraid to admit it. They also share the lessons learned.
It is also intended for adults who are “adulter” so there’s no need to worry. The writers have provided helpful tips and advice based on their expertise and past experiences to keep you motivated.
Stephanie Nielson’s blog The NieNieDialogues is a great place to start if you don’t want open-ended motivation, but a real and inspiring story to motivate you.
Christian and Stephanie survived a fiery crash in a plane over Arizona, which saw their pilot go to his grave. After suffering burns to 80% of her body, Stephanie was in a coma for three weeks. She had to undergo multiple surgeries, skin grafts and physical therapy.
Stephanie continues to share her story of recovery and raising her five children, years later. She inspires readers with her love of life and positive outlook that help her overcome her pain each day.
AmoDays is our number one choice for motivation. This site is part of the AmoMama project. It is exactly what you need to unwind after a long day. This multimedia platform is filled with inspiring stories that will renew your faith in humanity.
The site is populated by professional writers who retell powerful stories and gather quotes and resources. This inspires readers to find small acts of kindness and positivity.
AmoDays aims to make the world a better place every day.
Another blog that is unique and inspiring is the Alden Tan site, a Singaporean blogger. It boasts the bizarre tagline “Only Real Sh*t”. This slogan should give you all the information you need about the young blogger’s writing style.
As a child, Alden lost his father due to the rare disease ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis), which also claimed Stephen Hawking’s life. Many life lessons were learned the hard way.
Alden was able to learn from these lessons and realized that he could help others achieve success in life. Alden answers the question of why he decided to write:
“Why? Because I want you to help. Because I’ve experienced what it’s like for you to be so close to death. To realize that you can be happy doing what makes you happy, you don’t need to go through my experience.
This blogger, writer, and online entrepreneur has created a blog that is openly honest and transparent. Readers are instantly drawn to the engaging and interactive tone of each post.
The site also has a course on how to find happiness within 100 days, and a guide that will help you avoid the things that might bother happy people.
Alden makes it a point to to that not every day will be joyful and inspiring. However, he encourages readers to find the meaning in their most difficult days and to use it to fuel them to keep going.
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