I love all things personal growth. I enjoy reading personal growth blogs on how to be more calm, mindful, and productive.
I enjoy discovering new ideas and finding new ways to look at things. I embrace the concept of learning and growing as a person.
I love the thrill of reading a great book or blog post and implementing a new habit, process, or improvement in my life. It’s great to experiment with new things to see what works for me and what doesn’t.
Pinterest has been a great asset in discovering some excellent personal growth blogs. With this in mind, I thought I would share some of my favorite personal growth blog posts with you. While you are here, make sure you come over and join me on Pinterest.
With each website, I have picked out a couple of my favorite posts for you to read.
I hope you enjoy these personal growth blogs to help you be calm, mindful, and productive.
Rachael writes about mindfulness. She’s all about mindfulness inspiration for a better life.
If you are new to the idea of mindfulness, this could be a great starting point.
Your first thought when it comes to mindfulness might have been – I don’t have time for all that! Well, this post can help with that too.
There are some important lessons to be learned from these 6 mistakes though for me personally, the most important thing is to always be kind to yourself.
As someone who is struggling through a tough time at the moment, I’m keen to embrace more self-care in my life.
There has been a bit written lately about morning routines and I’m personally starting to experience their power and importance.
This one doesn’t have a lot to do with mindfulness but I thought it was a brilliant and lovely way for a blogger to connect with their audience and share a little bit about themselves. I think I might have to steal this idea and write a post like this myself!
Nadalie from It’s All You Boo writes primarily about goal setting and productivity (two topics very near and dear to my heart).
There are a lot of posts I love on this website, so picking favorites will be difficult but here goes.
I absolutely adore this guest post because it’s informative, lighthearted, fun and interesting and shows that personal growth doesn’t have to be so damn serious. Love it!
As a Game of Thrones fan, I couldn’t resist this one. Very clever and a great way to turn binge watching television into work!
The more we are aware of our individual motivational killers the more we can limit them in our lives.
Yep, these 3 will get you every time – but only if you let them. Read how to be prepared for these obstacles and rise above them.
Less planning, more doing. Couldn’t agree more. Sometimes I can be guilty of getting stuck in the planning stage, so I need to focus on the 80% instead.
Catherine from The Blissful Mind is your guide to finding calm in the everyday.
There are some very important points in this post.
Personally, I have been struggling with a lot of anxious thoughts lately so I found this post very comforting.
I’ve been a scheduler for a long time now but it’s important to make sure we are scheduling the right things. Schedule in your priorities first, then put in the rest.
I think it’s fascinating how different things can bring out people’s control-freak side. I think for me uncertainty at work (like not knowing if I will have a job next week or not) is definitely a control freak trigger.
We live in the age of digital distraction. As an older person, it makes me feel sad to see friends (and family) sitting together but no one is talking because they are all too busy on their mobile phones.
As individuals, I think we all need to set boundaries on how technology including our mobile phones, impacts (not to mention) invades our lives.
I’ve been reading Jennifer’s work over at Simply + Fiercely for a while now. Jennifer is passionate about helping women build lives they love through simple and intentional living.
It’s important for me to point out that sometimes we do put our lives on hold for something important and that’s okay as long as it’s totally our choice and not something forced upon us or worse something that we are not even aware that we are doing.
Love this one. Such a pure but powerful notion.
I can so relate to this one. As a blogger, our to-do list is constantly growing, changing, and evolving but mostly growing. It’s important to take the time to step back and re-evaluate what really needs to be done.
If you have ever thought of simplifying your life or becoming a minimalist, this is a scorcher of a post to get you started. Lots of great stuff in here.
Advice for when our reality doesn’t match our expectations (which let’s be truthful, can sometimes be often).
Put The Kettle On is run by Yolanda from Canada.
I am always striving to live with more intention and this post has some interesting insight.
As someone who loves to journal, it’s always nice to find a comprehensive self-love journal prompts list.
I love this one because I believe that happiness can be found in the little things (as well as the big-ticket items). Sometimes when we have suffered a huge setback and the big happiness markers seem too hard to reach, it’s the little things that provide us with the most joy and comfort and get us back to happiness again.
Bonus – Write Change Grow
If this is your first time here at Write Change Grow, I thought I should include some of my own posts as well –
If you are looking for an online personal growth course, I have 10 of the best covered in this post –
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I hope these inspiring personal growth blog posts help you to be more calm, mindful, and productive. I hope you learn a new habit that improves your life. Enjoy!
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