The internet is flooded with content these days. Some of that content is great and some not so great. Looking for good material in this sea of content can be overwhelming. As you know, the NoDaysOff Magazine is heavily aimed towards motivating and inspiring people.
In this post we have decided to help you in your search for inspiring and motivational content on the Internet. Keep these blogs bookmarked, stored in your notes for whenever you are looking for some inspiration. An even better thing would be for you to subscribe to their newsletters and read each of their posts as they are released.
Founded by James Clear – This blog is about habit formation, behavioural psychology, and performance improvement. James Clear studies successful people across a wide range of disciplines — entrepreneurs, artists, athletes, and more — to uncover the habits and routines that make these people the best at what they do. He then writes about what he learns on this blog. James Clear has a strict publishing schedule, releasing 2 posts each week (Monday and Thursday)and they are always great to read with valuable lessons.
Founded by Leo Babauta – Zen Habits is about finding simplicity in the daily chaos of your life. It’s about clearing the clutter so that you can focus on what’s important, create something amazing, and find happiness. The website features a couple powerful articles a week on the subjects of simplicity; health and fitness; motivation and inspiration; frugality; family life; happiness; goals; getting great things done; and living in the moment. This has been regarded as one of the best self-development blogs on the Internet with more than one million monthly readers.
Founded by Ryan Holiday – On this blog Ryan Holiday talks about life, how to be self-critical and self-aware, humility, philosophy, reading, and strategy. These things are talked about in a thoughtful and practical way. Ryan is a prominent writer on strategy and business. He wrote 3 books in 3 years. Some of his great research and knowledge can be found on this blog. Always an interesting, thought-provoking read.
Founded by James Altucher – The interesting part about this blog is that initially James Altucher was not keen on starting a blog, he felt he had nothing to say. A reader of his books bought the domain “jamesaltucher.com” for him as a gift and one of his friends set up the initial blog and wrote the “about” page for him. He eventually took the blog seriously and – with his brilliant writing style – imparts his knowledge on how discipline, persistence, and psychology are important if one is to be successful. If you have some extra time on your hands it is worth listening to some of his podcast episodes where he interviews highly successful people.
Founded by Scott Dinsmore – “The Live Your Legend” blog is about finding and doing work that you love and surrounding yourself with the people who make it possible. We all have dreams, passions, and gifts that the world desperately needs. If we aren’t giving our gifts to the world, we aren’t living to our potential and we’ll never be fully fulfilled. The blog’s content will help you to live your legend. Your legend doesn’t have to be some earth-shattering thing – it can be anything as long as it’s meaningful to you. Maybe it’s solving world hunger, or simply using your talent to teach algebra to the child down the street. It isn’t about size, fame, or recognition. It’s about putting a dent in the world that only you are capable of.
That is it, 5 inspirational and motivational blogs that you can add to your ambitious journey. Bookmark them, keep them in your notes or subscribe to their mailing lists. It will be worth it, we all need inspiration along our journeys. If you liked this list and think it is valuable consider sharing it with some of your friends and family too.