We are nearing the end of the year, can you even believe it? 2020 is just days away.
Hopefully, you are enjoying a little down time before you hit the ground running into a new decade. Although, who am I kidding? It’s the holiday, hustle and bustle season! On the off chance you’re looking for a place to visit during the holiday break, we’ve found some of our favorite websites for women from all walks and seasons of life. Check them out.
Babble – Babble is a fun website full of articles and tips on parenting, pregnancy, lifestyle, baby names and more. There is so much to explore here and your sure to find some helpful advice and life hacks if you are in the throes of motherhood.
The Mighty – If you find yourself in the position of caring for a special needs child or even an adult member of your family, The Mighty is where you’ll want to find amazing support and advice from people going through similar circumstances. Handling chronic health conditions can feel so isolating and alone. You will be sure to find comfort and respite in the many pages of this website, with others going through similar experiences.
Blogher – Are you a career woman, an entrepreneur? This website has a great blog and a line up of conferences you can attend, all geared to help you in starting or operating your own business. There are lots of great articles on networking, financing, writing content and more.
Common Sense With Money – Are you the money guru in your family? Trying to stick to a budget in a world of growing demands? This is the website for you. Lots of great ideas on managing money and stretching the dollar.
The Pioneer Woman– Have you spent any time with the Pioneer Woman? She has some of the best, down to earth recipes your family will love. She has a great website, uplifting and wholesome.
Tiny Buddha – You don’t have to look very hard to find all of the discouraging news you want. If you are tired of the rhetoric, check out Tiny Buddha. It’s one of my favorite websites for uplifting content. They offer everything from healthy habits to mindfulness.
What are some of your favorite websites you have discovered this year? Share them over on Facebook!