Last Updated November 10 2023
In this collection, we share a whole variety of blogs — variety in terms of:
Check these blog examples to start your blogging journey!
Related: We discuss the designs of most of these blogs in our blog design examples.
Deem is an online journal and blog that’s explorative of all topics related to design. They feel that design is everywhere and cover topics that combine design with people, brands, and the world overall.
The One Magazine blog is focused on fashion and design but in an ethical and green way. You can find posts reflecting the modern woman and her simplistic lifestyle.
Janna Bishop and Shira McDermott started Flourist in 2013 to celebrate grain and beans in their purest form. They sell fresh flour free of chemicals through a beautiful Shopify store. This is the ecommerce brand’s blog.
Eric Bandholz started Beardbrand to build a community. He started as a blogger to share his knowledge on growing and styling a beard and has since grown to become a Shopify DTC merchant.
Joanna Goddard created A Cup of Jo as a hobby many years ago while she worked as a writer for Glamour magazine. Due to its’ popularity, it became her full-time job, and she now writes about anything she wishes, from relationships to travel. The site has evolved over the years, though: Jo now has a team writing alongside her for the blog.
Ali Abdaal talks about productivity everywhere, including on his very popular YouTube channel, his podcast, his course, his newsletter, and his blog.
Mikaela Reuben publishes to-point recipes on her simple yet colorful-looking food blog. She uses an unusual 6-column grid for the blog landing page, but it never feels overwhelming because of simple food photos, 2- word titles, and needed whitespace.
Benedict Evans is a tech blogger with educational articles on a variety of sub-topics. You can subscribe to his newsletter for weekly updates and notes on his recent posts.
Meiwen is a professional designer and photographer who features travel, people, editorial, and interior photography. We have included Meiwen’s website in multiple collections, including photography website examples, service website examples, Squarespace portfolio examples, and more. Here it is once again due to its excellent blog design.
Kelsey is a copy and brand messaging consultant who also provides done-for-you copywriting services. She started as a newspaper journalist and has borrowed the interview-inspired writing style from there in her copywriting career.
CONCEPTKICKS showcases the latest developments in the footwear industry. They spotlight different artists’ designs, concepts, and samples throughout their social media and other communication channels, including blogs.
Brooklinen is a beautifully-designed Shopify store through which they sell bedding, bath, decor, and loungewear items. They publish relevant listicles, guides, etc., with beautiful photos and click-to-a-store-product-focused content on their blog.
Babish Culinary Universe, more popularly known as Binging With Babish, is a popular (almost 10 million subs!) food recipe YouTube channel by Andrew Douglas Rea. They also have a blog where they publish recipes. The blog posts are well-executed — they are concise yet in-depth, with everything written step-by-step.
Austin Kelon is famous for his non-fiction trilogy Steal Like An Artist, Show Your Work, and Keep Going. Unlike most authors’ websites, Austin puts his blog at the center because that’s what made him famous in the first place + most people visit the site to read the blog.
The company called TED is one that focuses on new, forward moving ideas and educational content for its community. Among the blogs you will find a little bit of everything ranging from women’s rights all the way to finances.
The Zion Adventure Photog website shares the best that Zion National Park and Southern Utah offer. It’s primarily a website of a team of photographers showcasing their work and selling their photography services, but they also have a blog where they share about their hikes and adventures.
Unheard Voices: Narratives of Migrant Women of Mumbai is a storytelling platform aimed at highlighting the aspirations of migrant women workers.
AAKS is a Squarespace ecommerce store. They publish the latest news regarding their company, products, and collaboration on the website blog.
Traveling Mitch is a travel blog created by Christopher Mitchell. You can find posts featuring tips, stories and beautiful photography of the places he visits which include many locations in Canada.
The Good Trade is a lifestyle brand born in Los Angeles in 2014. You can read a ton of their articles on the site that all revolve and echo living an intentional lifestyle.
Kate is a vegetarian foodie who’s been cooking up a storm and sharing her recipes with others since 2010. Her blog, as well as her cookbook, focus on whole foods and having fun when exploring the art of cooking.
Sharleen is an opera singer and a blogger with separate websites for both. She is originally from Canada and now resides in New York and blogs about beauty, fashion and other topics like her appearance on The Bachelor.
Flowrite sells an AI productivity tool for email writing. To attract their target audience, they publish SEO content about writing and productivity to get organic traffic.
This is an online platform specifically for career-focused women. Any topic you may want to read about from growing your company to branding ideas, they have it all. The founder, Jaclyn Johnson aims to create an online conference for any woman that needs support growing her brand.
Lili is a travel blogger but different from many of the others. She writes deeply and skips the advice on how you should travel too. More of a psychological approach on how her travels allowed her to really slow down, and feel the moment and reflect.
A Dad’s blog all about his family, tech related posts and photography. You can find reviews on youtubers that are worth tuning into, phone hacks that make family life easier and more!
Website created by a woman who decided to quit her day job. She now blogs about her personal life, and her fashion choices. You can also purchase items from her closet via the site.
Hubspot sells a range of software and tools for marketing, sales, and customer management. And they publish expert-written content around the same topics on perhaps the most popular marketing blog in the niche, the Hubspot Blog.
Whether you have anything to do with marketing or not, you must check out this great blog to see how a successful blog looks and functions.
Content marketing company that provides all the tools, coaching and information needed to have a successful media presence. You can purchase a variety of packages as well as free resources from them.
SPI stands for Smart Passive Income and was created by a man named Pat Flynn. His company and blog aims to offer entrepreneurs education, support and ideas that will help their business flourish.
TechCrunch subscribers get an insiders look and analysis of new tech ideas, software launches and more. The company focuses on small start up companies that they can assist in being successful.
GeekTyrant is a movie and entertainment news website. They discuss everything from trailers to behind the scenes of movies and games.
Jeremy is a writer, editor and photographer currently based out of Brooklyn. You can find articles on these topics in addition to pop culture and music.
Helen in Wonderlust is an Africa-focused travel blog managed by Helen, who embarked on a life-changing journey to Africa in 2009, leaving behind a corporate job and the conventional 9 to 5 routine.
Tom is the man and writer who speaks openly about his long journey with the adoption process. His experiences and posts have since branched far beyond just adoption and he’s collaborated with many big companies like Amazon.
Stock photography for women building their brand. You can find high quality images that match your business vision. They place an importance on visual content in today’s society, and understand how this can make or break your plan.
Diane Comer writes about finding God throughout her posts and experiences. She has also written a book called “Finding Intimacy with God by Learning to Listen.” The book is a unique perspective being that Diane is now 100% deaf and is forced to hear God differently than most.
Ben Thompson is based in Taiwan and highly educated in his writing in business tech and marketing analysis. He’s previously worked for companies like Apple and Microsoft before branching on his own. There is a wealth of information available for subscribers and non subscribers alike.
Mr. Money Mustache is exactly what it sounds like! How to be more wealthy. Find tips on doing it in a laid back and fun teaching manner. They are direct and to the point, but worth it if you have enough discipline to follow their tactics.
Supernatural is one of the most beautiful Squarespace ecommerce stores. They sell plant-based products. They share recipes that are vibrant in color, better for you, and fun to use in the kitchen through their blog!
Jessica Manning is a personal trainer who, as her website mentions, “will get you spending more of your life feeling confident, strong and empowered” with exercise schedules, meal plans, sleep habits, and more. On the website, she also mentions, “I AM NOT A STARE-AT-A-CLIPBOARD-AND-COUNT-REPS TRAINER.”
She also maintains a public journal on the website, where she discusses workouts, recipes, wellness, motherhood, and more.
Tieka is the blogger behind Selective Potential and she’s located in Michigan. She is a Graphic Designer during the day and traveler/blogger by night. Her posts consist of trips to various Michigan locations with a focus on lighthouses.
West Coast Aesthetic is an artsy blog written but Allison Wagner. She is a colorful blogger focusing on fashion, travel excursions and lifestyle. By day, she is an Art Director for Amazon.
Joanne Portia is the blogger and coach behind Go Fit Jo. Her posts are a reflection of her values in self love and feeling liberated in all aspects of the female psyche. You can find a variety of posts from beauty to her adventures as a Mom.
Rachael Kable is an award winning blogger for her content on mindfulness and the management of stress. She offers coaching on her practices as well in addition to a successful podcast.
Alyssa Rivers is the foodie behind the blog that was launched in 2012. You can find recipes for just about every meal, snack and dietary need in her recipes. You can even browse recipes by ingredients.
GoSquared is a software program that helps businesses grow in a variety of ways. The blog itself has tons of good reads about customer service, engineering and marketing to name a few.
Kris Smith is a former preschool teacher who is now the writer for the blog Pheasant Run. Based out of Idaho, she and her husband have a love for farmhouse style and share blogs reflecting just that.
We Heave Ho is a blog and vlog organized by Anita Devlin. Her goal is to improve and organize your life regardless of what the project is. Believing this makes room for new opportunities and overall happiness.
Spencer is well-versed in marketing, business, cars, technology and more. This website and blog shares knowledge and experience in all of those fields, in addition to personal blogs as well.
Jennifer Durbin is the author of the book series “The Clueless Chick.” These books are all about the confusing times of pregnancy and motherhood in general. Likewise, her blog posts support this view point.
In 2014, The Littlest Studio was created by Melanie. The entire site is about sewing, styling and clothes in general. You can read tips and tricks or watch video tutorials as well.
OpenAI is an AI research and deployment company. They publish news about their products and more on their simply designed blog.
Marissa Cox created the blog Rue Rodier which is named after the first street she lived on when her blogging began. She currently writes about fashion, Paris, better life and more.
Cover Mum is a blog from a busy mom living in London that features style, travel, kids and mom life. The vibe for her readers is to write about being a busy mom while maintaining your other passions as well, and to of course look great doing it.
Blender Guru is a blog about Blender, the free and open-source 3D computer graphics software toolset used for creating animated films, visual effects, art, 3D-printed models, motion graphics, interactive 3D applications, etc.
This simple-looking Squarespace blog gets an estimated 180k visitors monthly.
The Sorry Girls is one of the most beautiful Squarespace websites overall. And this website’s blog page and post pages are as well-designed as any of its other pages.
Bethan Woollvin is an award-winning children’s book author and illustrator based in the North of England. On her blog, she writes quick notes alongside photos/graphics. Her notes are generally a paragraph or two, so she doesn’t even have blog post pages. Everything is on the 5-column grid blog landing page.
Michael Girdley is an investor and entrepreneur. He writes quick articles on business thinking, making money, and his work in general.
This blog is by engineers for engineers. They share about system design and software architectures through the blog as well as in their newsletter.
DuckDuckGo’s Spread Privacy blog shares device privacy tips, privacy research, opinions around privacy, and updates on the DuckDuckGo search engine.
Brittany Watson Jepsen is behind this beautiful-looking interior design and decor blog. I love every design aspect, from color choice and images to fonts used, of this blog.
Luise and David started Green Kitchen Stories to share healthy and easy vegetarian recipes. Now, they also share other things like travel stories on the blog, plus they sell apps, books, and supplements through the website.