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  1. Sewcialists

    Sewcialists is a collaborative, worldwide blogging community of people who love to sew and share their creations.

    Crafts
  2. Little Grey Box

    Phoebe Lee and Matt Turk are the team behind Little Grey Box, a travel and lifestyle blog where they report back from their adventures — and give back to the community with resources and tips for new bloggers.

    Exploration
  3. haiku.blog

    Web developer Ben Dwyer has published a new haiku every day since March, 2015 — more than 1,000 days. Visit his archives at haiku.blog, where his march towards 2,000 haiku is already underway.

    Inspiration
  4. The Well-Thumbed Reader

    Mikaela, the high-school student behind The Well-Thumbed Reader, publishes book reviews and reading-related posts, as well as helpful guides and tips to help other aspiring book bloggers.

    Books
  5. My OBT

    Every day, blogger Donna Kramer publishes a post to inspire her readers, featuring “one beautiful thing” — or OBT — whether it’s a photo, artwork, a piece of jewelry, or some other object that catches her eye.

    Art
  6. The Renegade Press

    Chris Nicholas is a popular blogger and fiction author based in Brisbane, Australia. At The Renegade Press, he publishes posts and longer essays on the joys and struggles of writing and blogging.

    Essay
  7. Caterina.net

    Caterina.net is the personal blog of Caterina Fake, an entrepreneur, angel investor, founder of Findery, and co-founder of Flickr and other projects. She blogs about tech, culture, women, poetry, books, and more.

    Culture
  8. From Away

    “We don’t even own a decent knife. We believe, however, that anyone who cooks, regardless of skill level, can make interesting, inspired, delicious food.” At From Away, you’ll find global comfort foods and stories from two nomads who settled in Maine.

    Food
  9. The Green Study

    “I started a blog to force myself out into the open, to make a commitment, to learn how to take criticism and most of all, to stop being comfortable.” Explore the personal musings of Michelle at The Green Study.

    Personal Musings
  10. Live to Write — Write to Live

    Here, a community of writers covers the business and craft of writing. Topics range from inspiration and goal setting to personal branding and selling, with posts by regular contributors as well as newcomers and guests.

    Inspiration