WEBSITES AND NEWSLETTERS ALL WOMEN SHOULD KNOW ABOUT
In today's digital age, there are countless news streams, websites and feeds to get information, feedback and ideas from. Some of these have proven to be better than others, whilst some have proven to be a little less genuine. The art of journalism has been given a whole new level in a time where anyone can start a blog and report on whatever is happening in the world and how they feel about it.
With so many options and so much noise, it is hard to know where to start and what you should be reading. Some news outlets are difficult to understand, some are incredibly biased, and some are just plain wrong. And let's not even get started on clickbait articles and 'click next to see the list'-style pages.
That's why we've decided to curate this list of websites and newsletters all (millennial) women should know about, for those who want to get your fix of fun, relevant articles and thought-provoking stories, while still staying just a little curious as to what the Kardashians are getting up to.
Websites and Newsletter Every Women Should Know About
Career Girl Daily
This website is made for millennial women looking to make the most of every aspect of their life. They share insightful articles about a modern woman's day-to-day life and struggles, and the website is worth a bookmark! With articles ranging from 'A 3-Step Process for Planning the Perfect Week' to '4 Things Successful Women Do Before 9am' they hit the nail with what every modern 'Career Girl' needs to know. Regardless of whether you are running your own business, freelancing or working a 9-5, Career Girl Daily has you covered to help you excel. You'll also find interviews with inspiring women and Career Girls, such as entrepreneur & TV Presenter Marissa Montgomery, Founder of Brit + Co Anjelika Temple, and Bumble Marketing VP Lousie Troen.
The Skimm is a savious for busy women. Have you ever been in a meeting, at a lunch, or even on the bus, and realised you don't know what everyone is talking about because you were too busy working/Netflixing/sleeping the night before? We've all been there. This is where the Skimm comes in.
Basically, the amazing women behind this newsletter will 'Skimm' the news for you, every single weekday. Then, they send out a daily email in the mornings Monday to Friday with everything you might have missed or need to know from the news from the past day. The Monday Skimm includes news from the weekend. How genious is that? And you're in pretty good company, other 'Skimmers' include Oprah, Shonda Rhimes and Sarah Jessica Parker!
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Their manifesto says it all; "Whether she is searching for her dream job or a new city to call home; is saving for a down payment or a ticket to travel the world; is learning to cook or speak another language, she needs a bit of guidance, she wants to be inspired. She is The Everygirl. This is for her." On this website you'll find articles to help you and inspire you for every aspect of your life, whether that's love, health, sex or work. They have a wide span of topics, and articles range from 'True Crime Podcasts That Are Incredibly Addictive' to 'How to Ask your Boss for a Raise'. Just be careful, all of a sudden you are in a 10-article deep worm hole and it's been 2 hours since you first turned on your computer.
The Pangea Dreams Newsletter
How can we write this list of newsletters and websites you need to know about without including our own? We love our email list, and treat our subscribers like the VIP's they really are. Once you are on the list, you'll get our weekly email with inspiration, motivation and retreat information, and you are also the first to know about anything exciting happening with Pangea Dreams! To give you an example, when we launched the first half of our 2019 retreats, our email list got notified that the launch was coming before anyone else, and THEN they were told about the retreats 24 hours before we announced them on Instagram and on the website. They were given links to the retreat pages before they were even public, and so they could sign up to the retreats of their choice first!
HelloGiggles was co-founded by no other than Zooey Deschanel, and their tagline is 'a positive community for women'. They are all about building each other up and helping other women reach their goals, which is something we can totally get behind. The cover everything from fashion and beauty to celebrities and entertainment, and the website seems to be on the 'lighter' side than the ones mentioned above. Still, they have a huge focus on self-love and empowerment, and we love the message they are sending out. HelloGiggles has articles like 'I froze my body in a -320 degrees fahrenheit cryotherapy chamber to get better skin' and 'Thoughts you have while shaving your legs', and will keep you entertained for hours.
Articles worth reading: Questions to ask during an interview to find out if you really want the internship - How I found self-love by dressing up for Caribana - Skincare Products a New York writer uses every day
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