365 Lucky Days: This isn’t your grandma’s embroidery. Cute and quirky new designs everyday. Inspiring amount of productivity going on here.
A Beautiful Mess: A mix of vintage inspired fashion, DIY crafts, recipes, and true stories about running a small business. Also a crazy amount of inspiring productivity going on here. She always makes me want to get up and get going.
A Cup of Jo: New Yorker mama and lifestyle blogger. Her posts are sweet, stylish, and short. And the hair tutorials and gift guides are to die for!
Academichic: Style blog by feminist scholars. Great styling advice and outfit posts with the added bonus of discussion of how we communicate through our clothes and gender issues.
Already Pretty: Style blog with daily outfits, body image discussions, and helpful styling tips. Sal is a great role model for using great style as a means for loving your body and yourself.
Atlanta Objectivist Society: My wonderfully awesome, fun, vibrant, local Objectivist community group. We have study groups, social outings, and ATLOSCon- the best minicon ever! (Okay, I’m a tad biased.)
Ayn Rand Institute: If you want to learn more about Ayn Rand and Objectivism, ARI is a good place to start. Beside basic information, the site also hosts essay contests, videos of speeches, articles on current issues, and a bookstore for Objectivism related materials.
Ayn Rand Lexicon: A great resource for looking up Ayn Rand’s stance on specific issues.
Bleubird Vintage: Another stylish mama fashion blogger. Definitely the place to go if you love vintage fashion and home decor. And her family is adorable.
Building Atlantis: My old blog about leaving college, moving to Atlanta, and figuring out the job market. I may or may not keep posting to this one.
College Fashion: It’s not just for college students. I get great inspiration from their outfits modeled after TV and movie characters. They also have great links to sales.
Erosophia: A blog about love, sex, and the ethics of both. Will challenge you to think about your position on the rights and wrongs of relationships. Also interesting dissections of swinging, gender, and multiple partners.
Gala Darling: A proponent for radical self love with bright hair, glitter, and a penchant for bedazzled Mickey Mouse ears.
Georgia Enrichment Program for Homeschoolers: The homeschool co-op I occasionally teach at!
Girl with Curves: Fantastic fashion blog by (you guessed it) a girl with curves! A great inspiration on those days I’m feeling meh about my body. Great style is possible no matter the size.
Hyperbole and a Half: Because I love anyone who can make a grammatical error into a lovable monster. And share crazy childhood stories through crude computer drawings.
Kendi Everyday: Another pretty fashion blog that inspires me. Particularly to mix patterns and wear scarves.
Mighty Girl: She makes me want to grow up to have Fortune 500 companies sponsor my life goals.
Philosophy in Action: Weekly webcasts about everyday ethical issues like dealing with irrational relatives, facing overwhelming emotions, being friends with philosophical opposites, and dealing with pessimism. You can submit your own questions too.
Questionable Content: Web comic about twenty-somethings figuring out life. Oh, and there’s sentient robots.
Ramen & Rand: My old old blog about being an Objectivist in college. It seems so far away.
Rational Jenn: Blog by my awesome friend Jenn about rational parenting. Also peppered with posts about CrossFit, knitting, and how to kick ass at life.
Reepicheep’s Coracle: Blog by my fabulous friend Kelly about rational parenting with posts about travel, grad school, and how to kick ass at life.
The Clothes Make the Girl: Ex-roller derby girl, current CrossFitter, and frequent poster of dino-chow (also known as paleo) recipes.
The Girls with Glasses Show: Two successful girls join forces to bring videos about thrifting, fashion, and food. And the design aesthetic is quirky but clean. Love it!
The Oatmeal: One of the few comics that will actually make you LOL. And ROFL. Also good if you like silly grammar tutorials.
The Undercurrent: A newspaper written by and for college students on politics, economics, and ethics.
Touching the Art: Great method for how to “read” art and connect it back to your own life. I’ve taken one of Luc’s tours and it was a great experience.
Very Mary Kate: So many great one-liners. And who doesn’t love the evil dragon?
Yes and Yes: Silly yet inspirational lifestyle blog about travel, style, and how to be an awesome lady.
Zenfully Delicious: Great resource for those with chronic illness looking to live a full, thriving, healthy life.