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Many of us have been pushed closer to despair by the circumstances surrounding the Pandemic. Humans only lose their momentum from time to time.
The rat race of life leaves little room for us to recover or seek inspiration. We may forget that our most significant resources are a click away.
Here are our top five motivational sites and blogs to reignite the fire in your belly.
Next is Australian Entrepreneur and motivational speaker Joel Brown’s “Addicted 2 success.”. Starting in April 2011, the digital media and news company’s blog was initially created to share advice about success.
Over the years, it has become a platform of motivational content with over one hundred million views internationally. The site has been one of the most popular motivational websites for the last six years.
With a mission to empower and inspire, “Addicted 2 success.” aims to spread self-development information and motivation through life-changing stories from around the world.
The inspiring individuals from across the globe have gathered to share their stories. The site has a lot of motivational resources, from videos to interviews, articles, and audios featuring successful and well-known entrepreneurs, celebrities, and life coaches.
They even have a podcast available if you don’t have the time to sit down and scroll through the site for hours. Needless to say, this is the ultimate all-around package to buoy your spirits and motivate you to focus on your dreams, regardless of how unreachable they may seem.
If you’re over traditional motivation blogs and crave something a little different, we have just the site for you! “Not another young person’s website.” strives to stand out and undo the typically negative millennial stereotypes that float around the internet.
The creators of the blog started it to prove that the “Generation cry baby” had more to offer than just being able to get a job.
Sharing real-life stories and experiences, the blog offers real-world solutions, ideas, and examples to inspire you as you navigate life. It keeps it honest with glimpses into incredibly happy moments and painful, challenging experiences that brought the writers to their knees. Their site proudly boasts: “We’ve dealt with real life, we aren’t afraid of it, and we’ve learned from it.”
Finally, it promises to be for “adultier” adults, so you don’t need to panic. Using their specific expertise and experiences, the writers have filled the site with helpful tips to keep you motivated in the most practical sense of the word.
If you aren’t after open-ended motivation but rather a realistic and personal story to inspire you, then Stephanie Nielson’s blog, The dialogues of the NieNie., needs to be in your bookmarks.
Stephanie and her husband, Christian, survived a fiery plane crash over Arizona that saw their pilot die a day later. Left in a coma for three months, Stephanie underwent multiple operations, skin grafts, and physical therapy after acquiring burns on 80% of her body.
Years later, Stephanie is still sharing her journey to recovery and raising her family of five, despite her scars which cause constant physical pain some days. Her love of life will motivate readers to embrace her willpower and positive mindset that helps her push through her pain every day.
Our number one pick for motivation is AmoDays. The site, which is an AmoMama project, is precisely what you need at the end of a long day. The multimedia platform is overflowing with easy-to-read, heartwarming motivational stories to renew your faith in humanity.
The site encourages readers to embrace small moments of kindness and positivity with a team of professional writers.
The platform of “AmoDays” is to make the world a little better. This makes Amodays the perfect site to visit when you need a reason to stay positive and keep going.
Another unique yet surprisingly inspiring blog is Singapore-born Alden Tan’s site which boasts the jarring tagline: “Only Real Sh*t”. The slogan should tell you everything you need to know about the young blogger’s approach to writing.
Stephen Hawking died of the rare disease Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis as a child, and his father lost his disease as well. He learned a lot of life lessons.
Alden realized he was in a position to teach others like him different social and personal skills so that they could live successfully. In response to why he wrote, Alden explained.
“Why? I want to help. I know what it is like to be close to death. You don’t need to go through what I went through to know that you get to be happy doing what you love.”
“The writer, a online entrepreneur, and a blogger have created a unique and engaging style of their website that is immediately drawn into the readers’ minds.”
“A course on how to find happiness in 100 days and a guide to things that wouldn’t bother happy people are offered on his site.”
Alden makes it a point to show that every day will not be happy and inspiring; however, he urges readers to look for the meaningfulness in their most challenging days and use it as fuel to keep them going.
Hopefully, one of these sites will help you get back on your feet. Tough times never last; only tough people do.