Examples of Blogs – Inspiration for New Bloggers

If you’re thinking of starting a blog of your own, but just don’t have a clue on what to blog about, then fear not!

In this article, I have included a whole load of blog examples from a wide variety of different niches, all run on different blogging platforms like WordPress, Joomla! and Drupal.

Since the beginning of the internet, millions and millions and millions of blogs have been created. Many have died due to lost interest or their owners giving up on the idea, while others have thrived and continue to grow, making money and earning their owners a steady income. It’s a constant evolution of content that keeps people coming back for more, especially if these blogs contact highly resourceful material that people find useful and interesting.

Each example listed in this blog post are all different in some way and all bring something unique to their readers & subscribers. I want to show you what is possible and how you can take inspiration from them and create an awesome blog of your own.

Some of these blogs make over $100k a month, others are just a hobby for their owners, but all have the same purpose at their core… the love of writing and sharing information.

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Examples of Sub-Domain Blogs

A great way to generate more interest or share thoughts on a topic is to add a subdomain blog to an existing website. Many of us have already taken the first step of having a company or a personal website offering services or products; however, we may be lacking a space to share the latest and greatest about our offerings.

Adding a subdomain blog is an excellent solution for those who are seeking to get ahead in providing relevant content to their audience. Go ahead and check out the sites below to see examples of this approach

FinderMaster Blog

FinderMaster has done a phenomenal job in providing its users with relevant articles in its blogs section. It has made sure not to distract the exploring journey of a user on its main home page, and it only redirects the users to the blog pages when the visitors seek answers. For example, the only method to get to the blogs subdomain from its homepage is to scroll down to the footer of the page to see the blogs section link, as the intent of the visitors is not to read blogs when visiting the main homepage.

The nature of FinderMaster main site is helping businesses or individuals to promote their services or products, and this is what it has focused on when choosing topics on the blogs subdomain. Its approach to selecting relative articles has helped the site with its traffic growth and user engagement. Visit it now to check out its detailed features!

AdvertiseEra Blog

AdvertiseEra has chosen the word article for its blogs section subdomain. Some of you may choose word blog, article, story, or news for your blogs section subdomain, and, of course, it’s best if you choose the word that’s the best fit for your activity. ArvertiseEra mostly shares lengthy articles related to businesses in its blog section, and this is why it has chosen the word article for its blogs section. For example, if you plan to share short news on your blog, it’s probably best if you choose the word news for your subdomain.

Another great approach of this site is that it has chosen the color orange and black, ensuring that its main website visitors understand that this blog section is part of the main website. Also, the color orange or yellow tends to be commonly used colors in advertising spaces, and this color theme would give that vibe to the visitors. For example, you can choose the color red and black theme for fast activity type businesses and the color blue and green for businesses that tend to be calmer in nature. Probably, the best method to figure out if something is working for you is to run AB testing, ensuring you’re getting the results you’re after from your website.

Examples of Frugal Blogs

Frugality blogs have really taken off in the past 3 years, mainly down to the state of the global economy. Saving money and being frugal with your wages is extremely popular as people have less and less money these days after paying rent, mortgage, bills etc. Creating a frugal / save money blog can also be a big earner for you, especially if you choose a good angle to take on this niche.

The following examples all have really good angles. They target a specific demographic and they create content that they will love, share and take action with. Those actions can make you money through affiliate links, Google Ads and coupons.

Miss Thrifty

One of the more popular frugal blogs in the UK, Miss Thrifty is targeting young mums with her money saving, frugal tips and articles. And rightly so! The market is massive and she’s meeting a need for this type of information. Young mums aren’t exactly rolling in cash. They may have had to give up work and are now relying on just one wage coming in, so the need to be more frugal with everyday living is a must.

The great thing about this blog is the conversational tone and the real person behind the brand. I think it’s inspiring to other mums to see someone like them making such a difference in other people’s lives by creating amazingly useful content that is 100% actionable. Also it may inspire mums to set up their own blog and to write about their experiences as a mother and a wife in the 21st century.

Skint Dad

So when I talk about coming at a niche from a different angle, this example is exactly what I mean. Skint Dad is a site that helps young / new dads save money and be more frugal in their day to day living. There’s also a section on their that shows guys how to make a little more cash on top of their monthly day job wage, which is vital in some cases just to keep your head above water.  A lot of new dads have the added stress of not having their wives’ or girlfriends’ wage coming in each month, due to the temporary career change in being a full time mum of a baby. So having some content around how they can make a few extra “Ps” in their wallet each month, can ease the burden somewhat.

Examples of Entrepreneurship  Blogs


A very well designed and slick blog that’s all about being your own boss and creating your own wealth. It’s a blog with a very active podcast feed. Their podcasts are insanely popular on itunes, and no doubt they make a fair bit of money from selling ad space on those podcasts. Podcasts is something to think about when creating your blog as it could be a great monetization tool.


A very inspiring blog that contains motivational stories about startups and the people who work in them and create them. If you need a pick me up after a bad day at the office or think that you can’t become that person who goes it along and starts up something awesome, then why not have a read. You’ll soon hear about people who literally only had the shirt on their backs and who rose up to be a success in business and in life.

Examples of Tech Blogs

One of my favourite type of Blog is the “tech blog”.  Now this isn’t something new to blog about, as Tech bloggers have been blogging about technology news and gadget reviews in detail online since the beginning of the internet, But because it’s such a vast niche, you could carve out yourself a really good angle within the tech blog sphere. The trick is to have your own take on tech and don’t just follow the trend. One area which hasn’t really been covered specifically is eco tech, so something to think about. Maybe a blog specifically covering tech aimed at becoming more environmentally conscious.

Anyway, here’s a few blogs in the tech niche that I really like and that I feel are doing something different and is thriving when it comes to organic traffic increases and revenue.


I’ve been following this site since it started and has seen its progression from just one guy writing about stuff he loves, to a site that get’s decent traffic and has a team of writers.

Knowtechie is a great example of a site that started out as a hobby but has fast become a business. I like the angle they have as well. “Tech News For The Non Techie”. KnowTechie is a blog for people who love tech, but live outside the bubble. This is so refreshing, because so many tech blogs out there are a bit too technical and full to the brim of jargon. It’s nice to see a tech blog that has lowered the entry level to tech news.

Examples of Making Money Blogs

Like frugal blogs, making money related blogs have become insanely popular since the global economy has declined in recent years. The want for making more money in order to have a “Ok” quality of life, is increasing year on year. Wages are not rising, jobs are becoming less secure and the cost of living is constantly rising. This is why sites like the ones below in this section are becoming more and more popular.

Again, if you come at this niche with a different angle, then potentially you can have a great and successful website on your hands.


Side Hustle is an online community of entrepreneurs who’s goal is to gain financial freedom through creating businesses that can help them achieve that. There’s a collection of highly actionable blog posts on how to make additional income on top of your day job wage. They make good use of the podcast medium of content marketing by creating various podcasts with experts talking about a whole range of topics around entrepreneurship, making money online and creating wealth.


A great site, which is highly useful and inspirational for people wanting to change their 9 to 5 lives for something that will allow them to live a little and spend more time with the family. The site is really simple, and something you could build yourself on WordPress in a matter of day, but the content is where this site excels. Podcasts, tools, tutorials and blog posts that target a specific niche is where this guy makes his money. His podcasts are really popular and when you have content that gets a lot of ears and eyes to it, then so will the advertising income.

It’s the same with written content. If you have a popular page that get’s tens of thousands of views a month, then potentially you can sell ad space on those pages for hundreds of dollars a month, if not more.

Mr Money Mustache

A unique and fun website that will teach you how to make money and become wealthier. Mr Money Mustache’s teaching methods are very easy to follow and attracts a large following of readers.

The site is built on the WordPress.org platform. It’s not the most attractive looking site in the world, but one that presents information in a way that’s user friendly and easy to read.

Examples of Mommy Blogs

Mommy blogs are blog that are targeted towards parents, particularly women. Here’s my pick on the best mommy blog examples that I think are worth looking at. They offer information that’s resourceful and that can make parenthood that little bit easier. Most are monetised by sponsored post and display ads.


Giovanna is a writer, blogger, vlogger and mum. Her blog content is mainly about her life as a mother and a wife. She hosts a very popular podcast called Happy Mum, Happy Baby Podcast.

I love the variety of content on her blog. She mixes it up between informative blog posts about family life, what’s going on in her world and tips for mums and a really cool podcasts that cover a variety of subjects to do with parenting and being a mum. The fact that she’s not really hard selling at all is refreshing.


One of the best mommy bloggers around, Joanna has a really simple looking blog, full to the brim of useful stuff for old and new mothers alike. What I love about this site is the simplicity of the theme, the really current design features and the typography. The blog post ideas are really clever as well and sets Jo’s site apart from all the other mommy bloggers.

Bit of Momsense

Another well thought out and well designed mommy blog. This blog is quite varied in its content as its got a little bit of everything. If you love all things parenting, cooking with kids, craft with the children, health, family travel, stories, charity etc. then this site will give you plenty of inspiration on how you could start your own mommy blog.


Motherhood Diaries is an online parenting platform where parents and parents-to-be can share their opinions, expertise and solutions on all topics related to pregnancy and parenting. Leyla, who owns and maintains MHD, builds her traffic through targeting specific keywords related to parenting and creating resources around those phrases. She’s also concentrating her efforts on social channels like Pinterest and Facebook to create lucrative audiences via an alternative traffic source to Google.

Examples of Parenting Blogs

We The Parents

WeTheParents.org is one of my favorite parent blogs. Rather than getting Mom’s view or Dad’s opinion, you get both sides of the parenting story. The content is a real mixture, Neve, the Mom tends to write about empowering mom stuff whilst her husband, Keane, seems to be a big kid who spends his time playing with and reviewing kids toys.

The main goal of this blog is to make parents’ lives easier by doing the research for them. It can be a pain trawling through Google and to find the best products, so this mom and dad team get geeky finding out which products are the best for the whole family. (And which gear is just a waste of money!)

The site is beautifully designed and quick to load. It’s a great example of a simple WordPress theme that’s been well customized.

Examples of Adventure Blogs

The Adventure Blog

Examples of Food / Wine Blogs

Pinch Of Yum

My favourite food blog is this one. I think the style, design and tone of voice is just top notch. Lindsay really has blogging down to a fine art, not just with the writing but also in knowing how to make money from blogging. I reckon she has a massive email list which she has built up over the years, that she can use to literally print money with. Targeting her email list with her latest blog posts, affiliate links, deals, offers, coupons will make her plenty of cash each month.

I love her blogger resources page as well. A clever way to inspire other bloggers to take the plunge and use what she uses to create a successful food blog.

Cookie & Kate

A very slick and beautifully designed food blog. Much like Pinch of Yum, Cookie + Kate knows how to create compelling food content that effectively engages with their audience.


Another food blogger who fully understands the power of quality content and a knowledge of how to monetize a website. Stephanie Le’s food blog is simple in design and in content form. The stuff she posts is 100% actionable. All the recipes can be made from home and she brings the content alive with amazing, high quality food photography. She gives it a personal touch by adding a bit of commentary and background to the photos.

There’s also a really clever monetization method she uses  with this page “What’s in My Kitchen? Utensils Edition.” She can easily add in Amazon affiliate links to earn income from this page, by recommending quality products that she uses on a daily basis.

This is a great example of an outstanding food niche blog. Think about what she’s doing well and take note. Mouth watering photos, clean and simple theme layout, well formatted and styled recipe pages, excellent writing, conversational tone, and relatable back stories to each post.


12 By 75 is by far one fo my favourite wine blogs. It’s well written and the information you get access to is via one of the most influential wine traders in the business. There’s not many blogs out there that’s written in the same tone as if your good friend was talking to you on a given subject. A fine example of a blog that’s written out of the pure passion for the subject. Check out their homage to Bruno Mars.

Examples of Personal Development Blogs

If you’re looking start a personal development blog that teaches and gives advice to people on how to improve themselves emotionally and spiritually then check out the great examples that I have listed below to show you exactly what can be done if you work hard enough at it.


Again this is a very simple site in terms of build but has a very good angle. It was set up by Lori Deschene, who is the author of Tiny Buddha’s Guide to Loving Yourself. The site is all about  simple wisdom, inspiration, relationships, and mindfulness, which has gained in popularity over the past 2 years. There are many posts on this site which are based on Buddhism’s teachings, but also contain things about relationships, healthy living and many other mindfulness related content.

I’ve shown you this personal development blog example because of its simplicity. You don’t need to recreate the wheel in order to produce a popular blog within your niche. As long as you target the right niche and cater to that niche with resourceful content, then you’re onto a winner.

Examples of Crafty Blogs

Crafting is a niche area of blogging that has exploded in popularity in tandem with the rise of Pinterest. Crafty blogs can be broad umbrella sites that encompass the gambit of creative crafty hobbies, or they often niche down further into specify crafts such as sewing, embroidery, origami, kids crafts, and beyond.

For the pro-bloggers out there, it’s worth noting that crafting is a saturated market. There are many bloggers earning a comfortable living, but the competition is fierce and to make waves bloggers increasingly need seriously high-standards of content creation.


A great example of a modern blog that is revising and reimagining an ancient craft. The Crafty Needle specializes in all things sewing, embroidery, and quilting related. While these may seem like well-trodden disciplines, this blog regularly invites cutting-edge specialists in to reveal their newly discovered tips and techniques. The content also focuses on trending sewing fashions and how home sewers and quilters can make garments that are both contemporary while also achievable craft projects.

I love this site both because of the modern twist they put on needlework, but also because the design is awesome and fresh – a far cry from the overly cutesy and often amateur look of many hobbyist craft bloggers.

Examples of Fitness Blogs

There’s literally thousands of fitness blogs on the Internet in some shape or form. It’s a popular niche and one that can be lucrative if you promote the right product or offer something different to the rest of the fitness blogs out there.

Below, I have added fitness blogs that do what they do incredibly well and examples that you can gain insights and inspiration from.


A very popular fitness blog mainly targeted towards women, where there’s a positive encouragement of women of all shapes and sizes to get fit and start weights and strength training. Nia writes inspirational and empowering blog posts about how women can be fit, healthy and ripped by doing effective bodyweight exercises. She also promotes the mantra that exercise should never be considered punishment for eating.

I love this site because it has a purpose and a clear message, which resonates with her readers. A great tip that you should take a way with you and try and use when starting your own health & fitness blog.

Examples of WordPress Development Blogs

Here’s a few examples of blogs that help people to develop their own blogs in WordPress and that offer advice and tutorials on the development of WordPress websites. These sites tend to monetize their traffic by having Adsense ads on their pages or have signed up to various affiliate programs to push certain products around web development and WordPress theme and services.


A very clean and simple design with easy to consume information on a whole range of topics around web development on the WordPress.org blogging platform.



WordPress Tavern is a site that’s very simple in construction and design, yet is extremely popular with the WordPress dev community. It focuses on all things WordPress, from plugins to WordPress tutorials, they cover most things you’ll want to learn about WordPress. What this proves is that your blog doesn’t have to be flashy with bells and whistles attached. A simple theme with resourceful and helpful content is enough for your site to be a huge success.

Examples of Affiliate / Online Marketing Blogs


This is a new site launched back in Jan 2017 by Glen Allsop.

This site is going to be hugely popular. Not just because it’s Glen, who is an excellent online marketer who created the monster that it ViperChill, but because the content is exceptional and inspiring. The one thing that I have noticed with incredibly popular blogs is the presence of what I call “The I Factor”. It sounds cheesy, but if you can provide people with the inspiration to do something amazing with your content, whether that be to increase their website traffic, make amazing cupcakes, loose 20lbs in weight, save money on your food shop or create an amazingly popular online business, then your blog will continue to grow and grow and become the site you wanted to create in the first place.

Gaps.com is certainly one of those sites that inspire people to create their own profitable blogs & businesses.

Examples of Travel Blogs


Offassignment.com describes themselves as:

“a non-profit literary magazine with a penchant for journeys and a fascination with strangers. Born out of a desire to tell “the story behind the story,” we’ve evolved from a journalists’ after-hour parlor to a home for literary essays about journeys, broadly defined.” 

I think its a rather minimal, yet beautiful website that contains stories and a style of writing you won’t find anywhere else.


Dan Flying Solo

Dan is one of the most forward thinking and innovative travel bloggers out there. His angle of this niche is to combine his professional talents of photography and videography with exceptional travel writing that makes you feel like you’re actually traveling with him.

His passion really comes out in this site. It’s a simple theme on the WordPress platform. There’s nothing fancy about it. Simplicity is always best when it comes to travel blogs.

Examples of Photography Blogs

Here’s my pick on the best photography blog examples that I think are worth looking at. They offer something a bit different to what’s currently out there on the web, which is what can make a popular and profitable blog.


I think the tone of voice on this blog is exceptional. If only everything was written this way. Its friendly, clear, easy to read and inspiring. I like the way they cover the simple things about photography with posts like “Shoot Different” and “Why your smart phone is the best camera”. Enjoy this site. I did.

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Jamie Spencer

My name is Jamie Spencer and I have spent the past 10 years building money making blogs. After growing tired of the 9-5, commuting and never seeing my family I decided that I wanted to make some changes and launched my first blog. Since then I have launched lots of successful niche blogs and after selling my survivalist blog I decided to teach other people how to do the same.

93 thoughts on “Examples of Blogs – Inspiration for New Bloggers”

  1. hi, i would like to start a blog and inspire people into Christianity and teach how to walk in faith. with the experience i have, i think i should put it to use and make a great deal of difference . i just cant let all i have at heart fade and be of no purpose, please,would this be a great idea?

  2. I would love to start a blog where I can help people with depression and anxiety because I’ve gone through the same thing. But the problem is I don’t know where to start. Do you think it is a good idea.

  3. I have so much to say so bear with me. I’ve been through: a husband with epilepsy-turned-brain-injury, domestic abuse, alcohol abuse, teaching high school theater, working with troubled teens, PTSD, panic disorder, bulimia, inability to have children, heartache, so much loss, and survival. Crazy, unbelievable stories!

    I am highly educated and supposedly talented but stuck in a rut with no current purpose. So, I want to write. Starting life over. Take two.

    Where the heck do I start? Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you for your helpful information!

    • Wow you’ve had some life so far!

      The best thing to do is follow this guide https://makeawebsitehub.com/how-to-start-a-blog and just start!!

      You can set up a very simple website in a matter of minutes.

      There is no wrong or right way. Just throw down a simple page explaining what you’ve been through and share it. It will resonate with people all around the world. This is how you build audiences that will keep coming back for more. People love reading about real life.

  4. I’m in my 50’s and i just want to start a blog about family relationships, loss of loved ones, financial hardship & how i got through all of it. Do you think my content Is too dark/negative?

    • Nothing is too dark. People related to other people who have been through the same stuff they have. Good luck with your new blog.

      • Hi Jamie,
        I started out thinking I just wanted to write a Blog to get all my anger and truth out about a very dark time in my life, however after reading a lot about Blogging, I think I’d rather be more inspirational. I’d still like to tell my story, but I’d like to also incorporate things I’ve learned and help others not make the same mistakes. I’d also like to show how much I’ve grown and how much I’ve learned about people along my journey. Does this sound doable?
        p.s. Can I use real names in a Blog?

      • Hi Mary

        This type of subject will resonate with people. I think it’s important to tell your story in order to help others who are going through the same tough times as you were. All the best.


  5. Hey Jamie
    I am a graduate and now preparing for UPCS (it is the toughest exam in India for civil services) while preparing I learn about many things so to make use of this knowledge I wanna write articles which can help other UPSC aspirants and the normal public to enhance their knowledge or learning
    in this preparation also keep myself updated about current events so I was thinking I can write articles where I can connect the dots of lots of topics of current events at one place
    please tell me and give some advice if this is the right idea to start blogging
    in addition to this, I can also write about spiritual learning and self-development things to help people in their life

    really appreciate your help about other ideas about blogging

    • Hey Rashika

      I think it’s a great idea. You sound like a very smart person with a lot of value to give your readers. Good luck.

  6. Hi this was extremely helpful in terms of how to set a blog up.

    I am a 17 year who has always really struggled with just social situations, talking to other people and basically putting myself out there but I’m really interested in starting a blog. I’m just not sure if talking about these struggles and how to adapt when moving on into the real world (as i’ll be leaving school soon etc) is exciting enough nor does it appeal to enough people? I’m just not really sure what would work and appeal to other teens.
    Also I’m not sure as to which domain would reach my preferred audience?

    Any advice would be appreciated greatly! ,

    • This would absolutely be a great blog to create. People of your age struggle with their mental health. Having someone talk about what they have been through will no doubt help others. Do it. Just do it.

  7. Hello,

    I’ve always been a great writer and wanted to start a blog. However, I have high functioning depression. I think writing through dealing with my depression, and “adulting” in today’s world is a difficult issue for a lot of people, and I haven’t found any great content about how to get out of your own way while also trying to manage everything and not crumble, (plus, I think it may start being therapeutic, then can turn into something). Is this a topic worth blogging about? (It would basically be about mental health/depression & ways to overcome it – but also identifying it, ways to cope, and my journey since I am figuring my way out). Making, & achieving goals, how to make the most out of relationships, making decisions that make YOU happy (I feel that there are many talking points where I can still stay “on topic” for this blog) – let me know what you think!

  8. I feel like the Miss Thrifty blog sounds like a fun and impactful way to start a blog. This would help younger moms save money and know how to spend money on things they would need, not what they want.

    I also believe this would be a fun blog and people would take away knowledge from this because of the real person behind it who is going through this and is trying to help. I feel as if so many people read blogs, and this would be an interesting one to read. This would inspire many people who need help in the area of saving and spending money. Last but not least, I feel reading that type of blog would make me want to start a blog like this when I get older.

  9. I am considering starting a blog about what we can do as individuals to limit climate change which is affecting our planet. How do people access blogs on different topics?
    I have only heard about blogging but have never accessed any….!

  10. I am not sure where to start, I really wanted to start a blog for people doubting their self-worth.
    I like probably 90% of the universe started life pretty crappy, broken home, abusive step-dad, a mum who sided with her husband. How scared I was to be alone at 15 years old, trying to be an adult when I was still a child.
    There is so much to share, negative and positive. I would like to be able to share my story, feelings, hopes, dreams and also accomplishments, which I hope will enspire others who have endured pain to never give up on their self-worth.
    I started writing my life story but am unsure if it will ever be read as I am to scared to share for fear of being ridiculed and not taken seriously.
    Do you think anyone would be interrested in this kind of blog?

    • Hey Sharon , Just keep going ! No matter who reads your story or interested in that . Blog is completely for yourself , it is like a therapy. It is for healing . So, I would definitely recommend you to kick start of a new blog ! And I would absolutely be interested in reading your story, hopes, dreams etc… :))

    • Yes definately hun! I’d love to read it! You sound really honest and down to earth and you could really inspire others through this by the sounds of it! Please give it a go I’ll keep a look out 🤩👍
      Never know if you don’t try chick! Best of luck! Xx

    • Sharon Arkwright, I am sure that you will be an inspiration to many, who hesitate whether their blogs would be of any interest to others. I strongly believe that your blog would attract more readers and would be one to encourage others. Go ahead! Even if doesn’t attract many readers (just for an argument sake), it will definitely give you a peace of mind. I am starting my first blog on “How to be happy”. It is still in the draft stage and I am yet to publish it. I think your blog will be an inspiration for me.

    • Sharon, I do. That sounds a like a wonderful way to turn your hardships into a blessing for others. Oh my goodness, just the thought of you helping someone through the lowest part of their life, sends shivers up my spine! I hope you follow through on it! You can do it, and if you don’t feel you can, LEARN along the way.

    • Hello there Sharon.
      I have felt the same way you have just described a thousand times over and I still cant get round to starting a blog. I have always thought there is a lot of emotional distress in the world, that maybe might ease up a little if people would share their stories. I know for sure stories change one’s view of life, for better for worse, but contemporary societal norms inflict stigma upon those who try to open up. I especially hurt for the broken families our children grow up in and would like to maybe inspire some change.
      My story is not as bad as most people have it in life, (Then again, that’s a matter of perspective) but i have recently learnt i harbor a lot of unresolved emotions from my childhood that have led me to destructive habits.
      Those closest to me have not been able to grasp the extent of my distress (it is mostly mindless attention seeking according to them) and this in itself has inspired me to undertake this project.
      You have encouraged me to go after my ambition and that I will do. Starting now.
      Much thanks.
      I would really really appreciate it if you would contact me through my email, and maybe we could share a bit more.
      Thanks again.

  11. I am a little scared to start a blog. Although, I wanted to talk about depression, anxiety, cutting and suicidal ideation within preteens and teens. My daughter started going through this the beginning of 2016 (she was only 13). I didn’t know or recognize the signs and I had no idea how to deal with it or how to help her. I am hoping that I might reach parents that may be going through the same things with their children and tell my story and offer hope and how I ended up dealing with it.

    Is this something that would be of interest to others? How do I reach that audience once I set up my sight?

    • Hey Kathy! I think your idea will prove to be really helpful not just to all the parents out there seeking advice,but also to teens like me. I am an 18 year old guy going through a phase of self doubt and stuff like depression,self harming and anxiety,and i think being able to connect with other people and reading their stories through your blog will help teens find hope and a sense of belonging.Apart from medications and therapies,I think being able to talk about it freely with people going through the same and also having an insight about how parents deal with their kids’ will surely provide not only us teens but also the parents and the guardians with a great amount of mental support.

      Make it happen,Kathy! :D

    • I wish you much success. My young teen has been going through this since her tween years around 10/11 due to bullies. We got her help but it is an ongoing struggle as she is only 14yo. She is no longer at that school as we transferred her but the feelings of worthlessness, anxiety, depression and suicide ideation is still a struggle with most recently cutting. Therapy has been consistent over the years and has helped. We have good days and bad. I believe she is getting through it with much support something I did not have at her age.

  12. Thank you so much for this incredible guide. This has given me so much inspiration.

    I have recognised generation gap to be the huge problem this days and I was also getting detached to my mother in past but understanding point of views from our both side, I started to talk about problems to her and she was so taking and understand my needs which was love, affection and much time together to get back to her.

    And now we are good.

    So, I want to write about the teenagers’ problem in which they need their parents the most and understandable .

    • Excellent idea. In England we call these “Agony Uncles” or “Agony Aunts”. People who help others with their problems, be it emotional, financial etc. I think with a blog like this you’d be doing a wonderful service to young people who are suffering.

  13. I’ve been a chef for 20 years now. I have 2 boys ages 11 and 5. My oldest has autism. For his 11 years on this earth, I have missed out so much of his life and have depended on others to “watch” my child. And now I’ve decided to make a huge change in my life. I’ve quit my job as a chef.


    Because the cooking industry sucks. All of these cooking shows makes cooking seem so extravagant, that when you become one, it’s a life sucking profession that makes you a miserable person. I quit my job, cashed in my 401k and decided to go back to school, to earn a degree and get a big girl job! I would like to blog about the food industry and how much it impacts you as a parent, a spouse, and just overall your self. What do you think?

    • Sounds like a great idea. Or you could do something that is a bit more positive. Create a food / cooking blog that inspires people to cook. Take a look at some of these food blogs.

  14. Hi there,

    I’ve recently started writing with intention to put my work up on a blog site. I was wondering could I maybe send you one of my ‘entries’ to see if my writing style is interesting and what type of genre you think it would fall into? I’m sort of think along the lines of self improvement, as I am currently on a journey to improve myself. Please let me know if it’s possible.

    Thank you

    • I think you should get your blog set up today and start publishing your content. Don’t over think this otherwise you’ll never do it.
      Publish the content and then send me the link.

      Good luck.

  15. Hi Jamie,
    First of all, if i may say, reading about the examples which you have mentioned in this blog posts are very inspirational. Thank you for creating this list..

    Coming to my story, i got divorced last year. It was an emotional roller coaster, dealing with heartbreak, wanting to do something on my own as i was a housewife before. Although i used to write on and off earlier but never thought i would want to do this for the rest of my life. I came home to live with my family after the separation, that’s when i started to pen down my thoughts. I got appreciation and support from them to create a blog about it. I really want to help people who are afraid to take this step to separate if they are in an unhappy marriage or for that matter in a relationship.

    But i am in a dilemma since then that will this idea work? After I have written some blog posts on these, what am i gonna write further? Of course i can’t forever write on separation. How to go further? I’m in a very confused state of mind. Could you please help me out? I would be really grateful if you would help me out.

    PS: Also i don’t mind putting my real name in the blog posts but i don’t want to hurt other person’s sentiment, how should i do that?

    • I’m not a professional blogger however, I do like to read them. I think you could continue by just adding to your story. How are you getting along day by day after the divorce? Have you met new people? What’s like in the here and now? Anyone that starts off interested in your story will likely want to continue on your journey.
      Good Luck,
      A blog reader…

    • Hi there,

      I just started a blog and was wondering the same things as you. I’ve decided to do mine anonymously so I can be completely honest and after a few days in I’m loving the freedom!

      Good luck – for both of us!

    • Kanika, you don’t have to use anyone else’s name (which is a wise choice in my opinion). The “other” people could be addressed by title instead. For example:
      I was married for several years until I decided that I would not remain in an unhappy relationship. My ex-husband and I divorced last year.

      I recommend you keep your public writing about YOU and YOUR journey. Even if you were poorly treated, I would be mindful not to publish negativity- especially if the things are true. This does not mean that you shouldn’t share your experiences. It is all about perspective. If you and I are in a room with a mutual friend, depending on where we’re standing, our friend nay only be able to see you- even though I am in the room too. This is how your writing should reflect. He is present but the focus and attention is on you. I pray that is helpful. :-)

    • In short,,you are putting across that moving on after a divorce is just but a piece of cake..No absolutely not..As in that is not the case..According to my perception,,I think you should reconsider your thoughts..For sure I am not critising your ideas but I think there is a lil bit of drawbacks in your ideas💯..In fact it was better that you found something worthy to do which in turn assisted you to curb your loneliness.

  16. Hi there,

    I’ve recently started writing with intention to put my work up on a blog site. I was wondering could I maybe send you one of my ‘entries’ to see if my writing style is interesting and what type of genre you think it would fall into? I’m sort of think along the lines of self improvement, as I am currently on a journey to improve myself. Please let me know if it’s possible.

    Thank you


    • Being an amateur does not mean that you cannot make it in writing blogs,,,in fact it simply means that you will certainly make it because this is where it all begins..For sure,,I think that you should post your blogs so that we can frankly evaluate your skills.

  17. Hi there, I am a very recent widow and was looking for someone with which to share my most innermost feelings. Looked around and read The Saturday Night Widows which was very helpful but since there was no parte I am feeling a bit stranded. While I do have many friends there’s not one of them who truly understands or would even have the time for me. So I have started journalling kind of making myself the listening ear, and now it seems that I can’t shut off my head!

    They say it takes a year to recover from a loss of a spouse, so I was wondering if you thought creating a blog of my first year might be of interest to others who are going through the same thing? I think it would help me in the process and maybe I would find others who share the same emotions as I do. Right now I feel like I am on the inside of grief and would hope to exit on the outside at some future date. (Perhaps a year from now?) So I would like to make this a year long journey.

    I’m very unsure about using our real names because the content might alter certain perceptions that people who knew us might have. And same with pictures, don’t know what sort of pictures would be appropriate. Can you help with that? What do you think of my idea?

    • An excellent idea. This will not only help and comfort others who are experiencing the same thing that you’re going through but also to give you an outlet to express your feelings. Getting this stuff out of your head and onto a page will work wonders for your mental health and to come to terms with your loss.

      You don’t have to use real names. You can make up your own character and write under that name. Please make this a reality. I’d love to read it and maybe add it to this long list of blog examples.

      Good luck! Keep in touch!

  18. Thank you so much for the great and very beneficial stuff that you have shared with the world. You may already have changed lots and lots of people’s life just from your experience and skills. In fact, I wanted to start my own blog to raise awareness of family breakups and the loss of many children who got involved with the gang and drugs dealing. I want to teach, support and empower the young couples and parents in order to prevent them from family failures and breakups.

    • Love these ideas. It’s not just about making money from blogs. Start a blog to help create awareness and change. Help to make a difference in peoples’ lives.

  19. Since I quit drinking alcohol I have done all kinds of personal development. Wanting to start a blog not sure where to go. As I don’t know exactly how to really write. I’ve started working on a blog in my Microsoft word trying to get use to the writing. I don’t want to turn a potential reader away due to my lack of writing or knowlage there of help me please if you can.

  20. Hi, hello, well my blog is kind of this personal story one but also directed to like, share things I’ve learned, my inspiration, how I got through things, etc to help others and I have a lot of content but layouts and titles etc are a little of a struggle. Anyways, I have no idea how to get the word out for people to read it. Do you have any ideas? Thank you!!!

  21. Thank you so much for the great and very beneficial stuff that you have shared with the world. You may already have changed lots and lots of people’s life just from your experience and skills. In fact, I wanted to start my own blog to raise awareness of family breakups and the loss of many children who got involved with the gang and drugs dealing. I want to teach, support and empower the young couples and parents in order to prevent them from family failures and breakups.

  22. Hello Jamie!

    I designed a Health and Physical Education Curriculum around Awareness, Prevention, and Promotion, supported by Physical, Mental & Emotional, and Social Health. I’m certain I can make a successful blog because of the great deal of content. But I have some questions.

    I’ve installed Bluehost and WordPress.org What should be the first thing you do after that? focus on designing website or gathering content? or both?
    Is this too broad or vague for a blog?
    What niche should I target?
    Do I need a web designer to start a blog?

    I know these blog examples are established and have taken years to build their brand. Seeing the “Finish Product” is overwhelming, I don’t know if the authors provided ALL the content and information? I’m curious of what their first website design and blog looked liked?

    Thank You!

    • The first thing I would do is to pick a niche. Health, fitness and wellbeing is pretty good as there’s so much content you can create that will appeal to a large audience, plus there’s an angle to monetize the site through affiliate programs. Example: you could create a Best Supplements For Working Moms guide and add in links to products on Amazon. I would look at content that does well on Google and social channels and look to better it with your own version.

      Don’t worry too much about design, as there’s many WordPress themes out there that are pretty well designed already. All you have to do is add your logo / branding to the site and populate with content.

  23. So I have read over the 19 examples of Blogs but still unsure what to write about. I have a wide variety of what to write about, like poetry, I like informational stuff, I love hearing the previews about new movies coming out, comedy and jokes.

    But what I keep seeing in some of these answers in the comments is to start with one Niche. I am passionate about all those topics but to many on one blog is too much right? Could you help me out? I also love traveling to but I dont feel that I can put a good stance on it right now, since I cant travel alot at this time!

  24. I have been reading for the last two days about topics and blogging, still on the fence! Was wondering about blogging about starting over after 50ish due to death or divorce, the emptiness you feel, trying to get back into the dating seen!!! Having to live with your children, etc!
    What do you think?

  25. Hi
    I’m just starting a blog of live music events I go to, it will share reviews on bands, venues & places to stay for the gig goers up & down the country.
    It has a background to it which is how music has been my “go to” since losing my Son. It’s either going to be just cathartic for me to write down experiences I’ve had in the 10 years since losing Tom & maybe just it will give some help to anyone else that sadly maybe in a similar position to me.
    Any thoughts on this idea would be gratefully appreciated.

  26. Hi!

    Thank you for the great article. I also appreciate your responses to the questions posed.

    What I have to offer is conversation about my life journey. Im 59 and feel like I have a lot to offer. I’m divorced, the mother of a child in recovery, an artist (according to dear friends), spiritual (according to me), I love to talk about dreams and what they could mean (I’m not an expert, I just go by intuition), I believe in angels, I am in love with a dear friend who is unavailable, etc. Is this blog material?? My thought is to pick one topic and write about it. My hope is to offer advice/conversation according to my experience.

    Also, do I have to use my real name when blogging?

    Thank you.

    • Hey Georgine

      This sounds like a great blog and an even better book!

      It’s up to you if you want to use your real name or not. I think you’d be more liberated in your writing if you were not to use your real identity.

      Good luck.


  27. Hey…first of I want to say your write up has been wonderful and a real eye opener!!

    The thing about me is..I recently started getting thoughts about the world we live in..our society..the mad rush of being like someone else …people issues…and all that

    So ever since …I got a diary and started putting them in words. Then I stumbled upon the idea of starting a blog. ..but I don’t know how to categorise these writings and if they are audience worthy..

    Can you put in a word or two for me Please😊

    • I wouldn’t worry too much about how you categorise your work. Just write. You can sort all that out at a later date when you have a larger body of work. Categories will show themselves to you in your pattern of articles. You may find that after 20 or so blog posts, the majority of content is about Womens’ Rights or American Politics or whatever. Then you can create categories to put your blog posts into.

      The main thing is to do and don’t think too much about if you should or shouldn’t start a blog. Please let me know how you get on.


  28. Hey,
    So I don’t know where to start with the questions so here goes…I’m 17 years old,I left school last year and I am currently doing an engineering apprenticeship – few days at work, few days at college.If I were to be completely honest I want to thrive for something new in my life so I feel like a blog will be great but I have no idea where to start.I have a couple of ideas for what the blog could be about,either ‘life after school’ or ‘women in engineering’. Although I have these, I feel like I don’t have a clue about blogging.Like do people my age even read or write blogs? And do people who write blogs become successful from it?

    I really want to start writing one ASAP because I know I will really enjoy it.I tried writing a book before but gave up because I felt like it was too ‘fake’ for what I was trying to achieve,I want people to read my blog and relate to it or learn from it.Please help….

  29. Hi Jamie, Good selection of blogs.. didn’t go through all of them lol, when I took a look at gaps.com it had some interesting stuff, but the posts were so damn long. I got tired of reading about half way through… Anyways nice article

  30. Hey,
    I was told to start a blog by my teacher to help my chances at getting into my digital journalism apprenticeship i applied for. The only problem I have is I don’t know what topic to do the blog on and how to manage a blog and make it become known to at least a few 100 people. This is because the position I’m applying for is a competitive position which by having a blog would increase my chances in getting a position.
    So could you please leave some tips on what topics to choose and how to manage the blog?

  31. Hi

    I am writing my experiences on bringing up an autistic child and would like to share the same with people. Do you think it would be a good idea?

    Also I am passionate about Ladies Fashion, and would like to give tips on dressing up for occasions, where to source things from and how to present oneself. Will two parallel topics in the same blog work?

    • hi Rekha

      I think it’s better to have one focus – but if you’re planning a lifestyle blog then it could work. Personally, I try to stick to one set of topics for each blog.

      Good Luck


  32. I want to start a blog of travel and tourism to add my experiences with certain tours and travels that i had in past few years. I just wonder if this would be a good idea? Also I haven’t any clue about blogging, how and from where to begin, before surfing your website, but once i get viewed this website everything get come to ease. This really helped me to start and drilling into blogging world.
    I appreciate to your job and the idea that is really helping the peoples.

  33. Hi, I’ve been wanting to start a blog.. but I don’t have a clue how it works..
    I was thinking about the topic I wanna work on, and its big.. at least for me..

    I’m a Dentist.. People might feel sad to hear about my topic..for us Dentists.

    I am from India.. I feel sometimes people look down upon someone’s job whether its small or big.. I wanna write something about Inspiring and respecting people.
    Well, some might think its because I am a Dentist. I just graduated and I love my profession and yes its true its happen to us too.. and too all.. for example.. a waitress, or taxi driver, or sometimes people leaving their education or an old job to start a new job (example: an engineer leaving his or her job to be a photographer)..

    All I am saying is people judge far too quickly. Because of this judgement, some are afraid to pursue what they actually desire to do in their life. So I want to write something that might change people’s mind and see the bigger picture..I know its a big word.. changing billions of people’s mind is not an easy thing.. at least i can try and write how to treat each other and impart love and respect one another’s profession.

    The thing is, If we didn’t have one another in our lives doing the best we are at. Life may have not been this easier and brighter.
    So, I am truly writing this from my heart.. I don’t know if writing like this can make my blog interesting to people and i would really appreciate any suggestion to how to write and any correction. this was short summary to what i wanna write the blog.. thank you.

    • Hi Victoria

      Sounds like an excellent idea. At no point in your summary did you mention about making money from your blog. You’re obviously doing this because you truly believe in your blog idea and you want to help people and create a resource that becomes an essential read for your audience. Stuff like this builds audiences. I wish you well in your project.

      You can find out how to build your own blog by reading my guide on How to start a blog which will get you up and running in no time.

      The main this is to write down a few ideas for blog posts or guides and start writing. Promote them via Pinterest and Facebook and via organic traffic from Google.

      Good luck.


  34. I became a stay at home daughter to my mom and I really struggle with the day to day lack of socializing and being in adult company. I was a professional chef until it was necessary for someone to look after my mom and I just happened to have the opportunity at one point to do just that.

    I also have several hobbies, sewing, quilting, crafts and I’m thinking that there are many people out that are in the same boat that I am benefit from my experiences on a day to day. So I’m thinking of blogging to maybe chronicle my days of what life is like to be home with mom those struggles but also that it can be fulfilling also if you make the best of that time.

    • Excellent idea! Please make this blog. People love reading about people and their experiences in something that they may be going through. It will help people that are also in your situation and provide them with comfort in the fact that they are not alone. Good luck. Please send me the link once you’re live. If you need help, please refer to my guide here.

  35. I know absolutely nothing about blogging or where to begin or if my interest will even be appropriate to be classed as a blog, but I want to somehow tell my story of a rare disease I contracted and the affect it has on my life and just to make people aware. I will appreciate any information.

  36. Hi Jamie
    I love your posts and thank you for sharing your knowledge.

    My name is Faith and I have never posted a blog before. I wanted to ask if you think anyone would be interested in my daily journal challenges. I look after my disabled husband who is getting worse with every passing year. Facing the challenge of seeing someone I love fading away has aroused so many emotions within me. I am also battling my weight which brings its own problems. All in all, life is heavy right now but I have overcome so many issues that I want to share with others so that I can help them. I don’t have any support well, not what I really need anyway. Do you think people would be interested? Faith

    • Hi Faith

      As I have mentioned to other comments on this thread, people love reading about real life. You will be touching on a subject that a lot of people are going through and experiencing. It’s your duty and obligation to speak to these people and show them that they’re not alone. Share with them your experiences. Create an excellent resource and community with your blog and you’ll be doing something truly wonderful. Good luck! Jamie

  37. I am willing to write a blog that would include everything, as in food, recipes, movies, soft skills, books; and intend to specifically target an audience of the age group 20s to 40s.

    Can I create something like this? I would really like some suggestions from you.

  38. I know next to nothing about blogging, seeing as that instagram, Snapchat, Twitter etc. seem to override my age demographic I’ve never been introduced to the idea. Now upon seeing how many people have been successful with it I’m beyond tempted.

    I think I’d be most successful sharing my beginning of life/highschool story and relating with others who’ve experienced the same inevitable situations. I’m confident I have heard enough opinions and formed enough of my own to have valuable insight on the many ways and things to be done to enjoy and make the most of this life contrary to the trials becoming more common by the second- future expectations, depression, anxiety, social expectations, familial issues that seem like the end of the world, etc. would this be a substantial stance to take?

    • Hi Jenna

      I think it’s important to be passionate about what you write. Blog for the love of blogging. Grow and audience first. Then once you have an audience, you can then think about monitizing the traffic.

      Good luck.


  39. Hi Jamie,
    Thank you so much for the great and very beneficial stuff that you have shared with the world. You may already have had changed lots and lots of people’s life just from leveraging your experience and skills even though you have not requested directly exchange for money and that is beyond imagination.


    In fact, I wanted to start my own blog to raise awareness of family breakups and the loss of many children who got involved with the gang and drugs dealing. I want to teach, support and empower the young couples and parents in order to prevent them from family failures and breakups.

    So I wish if you could help me out on how to develop that blog which at end of the day will bring change to perhaps many families and save many children from drug dealing and at the same time generate some revenues.

    In that way, I may become free from the modern slavery of 9-5 job cycle and enjoy having a quality time with my wife and children. Is there any way to start that kind of blogs and if yes what kind of blog, themes I may need to use it?

    I would definitely be very grateful to you.

    Thanks again.


    • Great idea for a blog. I can’t see how you’re going to monetise this type of content. Maybe you should not think about making money from this site and just concentrate on helping people. Build up an audience that trust you, that finds your content resourceful. Then you can think about getting charities and organisations to sponsor your site, maybe sell ad space on sidebars, headers etc.

      Good luck.

  40. I would love to start a blog about my grand babies rate condition and other conditions that relate to her condition. We were so lost and scared when Bella was born. I don’t want other families and the children to go through all we went through out of not knowing what to do or who to go to for information. I want to offer resources for information, supplies. Assistance that is out there but not advertised, and teaching as even a lot of doctors had no idea what her diagnosis was or what or how to do for her? I believe I could also make money to stay home with Bella and care for and advocate for her and still have income while helping others in our shoes. I am just not very tech savvy and have no idea where or how to start a blog? Does this idea even sound like its potentially a good blog?

  41. I am trying to find an agent to get my book published. It is a collection of very funny short stories written in a narrative, memoir style as they are based on my life experiences. Other than friends and family I have no following.

    One agent said having a following would be a great asset as book publishers want profit on their investment and authors with substantial followings as well as a good book give them a better chance for lucrative book sales. Would a blog help me gain a following? If so, what type of blog? I would appreciate your advice. Thanks, Joel Tanner

    • A blog would certainly help you generate a following of people who love your work. A simple self hosting blog with do that says a little bit about you as an author and perhaps some stories that you can publish on your site, to give them a taste of what you are about. Maybe put some illustrations to the stories and publish those images on Pinterest? Set up a Facebook fan page to gain an audience through social.

  42. Hello,

    For sometime, thoughts of becoming a blogger have interested me. In short, I am an accomplished musician. My instrument is guitar.

    I would love to teach children the basics of playing the guitar. Age is a concern but more and more Children are fascinated about instruments, especially the guitar.

    Starting a blog for kids would be my way of giving back what was freely given to me.

    Love to hear your thoughts…

    The Fretman

  43. I’ve always loved writing. When I was younger I worked for two different magazine publishers, but I didn’t do any writing for them, I was in the finance department. I was not able to earn my degree as I stopped going to school to get married and have my children.

    I always said I would go back to school, but we all know how that works out (it doesn’t). We have good intentions of going back, but then somehow life seems to take over and we put everyone else’s needs before our own. Well, I’m divorced now for 13 years, and after being in a verbally abusive marriage for 13 years, I ended up loosing myself and knowing who I am and what I want from my life.

    Now that I’m 50 and my kids are 26 and 17, I would like to start my journey on finding out who I truly am and what it is that I want for myself. I was thinking maybe blogging would be a good place to start, and that by writing, I might actually figure out who I truly am and what I want. My problem is, I’m not quite sure on what to name my blog, or what to actually start writing about.

    I’m not really an expert in any field. I know about being in an abusive relationship, raising two children on my own (with some help from mom & dad), finding myself in a relationship that I’m not sure is right for me. I always said I would love to write like Carrie from “sex In The City”. Start with a question that many people often think about and start writing some hypothesis on the topic.

    How would I begin to start a blog like this? where do I start? Do I start with being in an abusive relationship, being a single mom? Then what do I call my blog that is not about any one specific things, but about a variety of things. Any help or suggestions you can offer I would greatly appreciate. I would love to be able to write and help people through my writing while earning money doing this.

  44. I want to start a blog to raise the awareness of mental health and to add my experiences with certain mental illnesses. I just wonder if this would be a good idea? Also I dont know the first thing about blogging, or where to begin, but this website has helped me to understand it better, thanks.

    • Thanks Andy for your comment. Your idea for a blog is brilliant. This would provide people with an excellent resource from someone who has experienced such mental health issues. You would be coming at the subject from a different angle and people would appreciate your honesty and frankness.

  45. Hi, your tutorials are excellent and understandable, my question is, I have already installed word press, before I came in contact with this your write up and I want to build a blog, and also pay for hosting, I have also installed XAMP so how do I go about this ?? Thanks

  46. These are all well and fine examples of Blog categories, but I do not see any examples for Writer Blogs.

    I would certainly like to see come examples.

    • Me too! No writer blogs. No story telling blogs. In view of the popularity of THE MOTH on NPR I don’t understand this.

      Nancy De Mars.

  47. I would love to start a blog and help parents learn about teaching their children how to read at a young age. I developed a reading program about 7 years ago and used it in my preschool. My last year teaching, I ended with 98% kindergarten and first grade readers that were only 3-5 years old. Do you think a blog would be a place to talk about helping the parents teach their children and have them purchase pdf’s of my program?

    • Hi Donna

      That’s a great idea you have, and yes this would make a wonderful blog. There’s lot’s of education WordPress themes out there that can help you with developing a paid subscription service that you can offer to your readers.

      Check out this theme. It’s one of the best education themes on the market, which has the functionality to be able to sell your courses.


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