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101 Women Bloggers to Watch for 2009


Welcome to our 2009 list of 101 Women Bloggers to Watch for 2009!  We have scoured the internet to find these amazing women bloggers and are delighted to present them to the readers of WE Magazine for Women (over 40).

Like the other Women bloggers to Watch we have honored, these women come from very diverse backgrounds. There are business blogs, personal blogs, relationship blogs, hobby blogs, travel blogs, blogs about kids, pets, travel, food, health, women, men, shopping, fashion and more.  These women represent many parts of the globe. 

When you visit these amazing women, be sure and tell them where you found out about them. Feel free to share this list with your circles.

And if you happen to be one of our bloggers to watch, congratulations! You can download our new logo by right clicking and saving to your computer).

Pink Heels with Jennifer Moore

Pathway To Presence Blog with Gina Rafkind

Women Xplore with Bela

Say Yes Institute with Carrie Stack, M.Ed. 

Prosperity is Now with Donna McAlister

Financial blog with Tawra

Freedom Blogging with Jan Norman
Writer’s Eye Advisory Service with Lael Johnson
Vanilla Sage with Eleisia Whitney
Conventional Wisdom Institute with Rebecca Staton-Reinstein
Advantage Virtual Assistant with April Jones

Poder Interior with Norma Cruz

Almost Smart Cookie with Dr. LeslieBeth Wish

Marcom Interactive with Linda Zimmer

Smart Woman Guides with Vicki Flaugher  

Women’s Work with Susan

Bari J with Bari J Ackerman

Arizona Home Talk with Becky Wyatt

Tech Coach for Coaches with Sandra DeFreitas

Belle Vivir with Julie

Rain’s Authentic Blog

Virtual Book Tour with Nikki Leigh

Isaac Business Services with Cheryl Isaac

Andrea Dean’s Blog 

Diane Kennedy’s Tax Loopholes

That Crazy Mom with April
Orange Soda with Janet Meiners Thaeler
Women Entrepreneurs – The First Year with Jo Anne Cohn

Becoming Something with Natasha

Fast Wonder Blog with Dawn Foster

Great Adaptations with Suzanna
The Get Smart Blog with Bridget Ayers
Julie Yack’s Blog
Tammy Tailor Nails

The Best of Marbella with Maria Petrak

Denise Mabilog Photography

Madalyn’s Music Biz Blog

The Chronicle of Coaching with Linda Ballew

Communication Bridges with Mary Schnack

Supernatural Botanicals with Robin Feltner

The RebelWoman Show with Jann Taber

Wealth, Success and Women with Heather Juma

Women Entrepreneurs Secrets with Deb Bailey

Dawn at Your Service with Dawn Lawson

Success in Bloom with Colleen Johnston

Girls Getaway Guide with Casey Wohl

Mommy Revenue with Rhonda White

Savvy Doula with Darlene MacAuley

SheEO Blog with Jennifer Dalitz

The Productivity Queen with Lorraine Pirihi

The Bulletin Board with Eydie Stumpf

Quick Moments with Gayna

Rachel’s Place with Rachel

Women Wise with Kelly Watson

Tax Tips Blog with Gina Gwordz

WorldChangingBusiness with Coco Fossland 

Not Just Pretty with Erin Ferree

NextSteph with Stephanie M. Cockerl 

The T-Shirt Lady with Sandi Myers

PKS Miami with Jane Zucker

Cherie’s Profit Blog with Cherie Ang

Online Business Woman with Roxanne

Technical Projects with Sara Isenberg

Viva Visibility with Nancy Marmolejo 

Your Design Biz Blog with Mary Larsen

Yielding Wealth with Miranda Marquit

Work From Home Momma with Laura Spencer

Workerette with Melonie Murray

Words of a Broken Mirror with Alina Popescu 

Wise Women Investor with Lisa Moren Bromma

The Next Women with Simone Brummelhuis
Startup Spark with Shannon Cherry

Speak Schmeak with Lisa Braithwaite

Small Business Boomers with Jean Murray

Sisters In Biz with Monica Flores

Real Thinking with Patricia Hewitt

Randa Clay Design with Randa Clay

Pajama Professional with Sara Christensen

Origin of Brands with Laura Ries

Mingle with Beth Brodovsky

Leader Notes with Bridget Wright

Leader Networks with Vanessa DiMauro

Interview Chatter with Darlene McDaniel

Help Desk Notes with Linda Marie

Greener Assets with Allison Boyer

Green Gigs with Lori Stewart

Funny Business with Elana Centor

Everyday Networker with Jennifer Gniadecki

Customers Are Always with Maria Palma

Corporate PR with Elizabeth Albrycht

Chiefette with Fiona Powell

Behind The Buzz with Rachel Clarke

I live in Dallas with Jennifer

Advergirl with Leigh Householder

Chicas Emprendedoras with Paola Cristina Diaz

Tulips Talk with Heidi Richards Mooney

Melissa Seymour with Melissa Seymour

Media Relations with Jeri Cartwright

Making Strategic Sense with Patti Dragland

Let’s Get Down to Business with Pam Wolf
Betsy Aoki’s Blog

If you know of a Woman Blogger we need to highlight on WE Magazine for Women, drop me a line or leave a comment below.

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  1. The Glass Hammer is an award-winning blog and online community created for women executives in finance, law, technology and big business.

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  3. Wow. Thank you for including me with this wonderful group!

  4. Hi Guys,

    Thank you so much for including me in your list. It’s an honor to between so many others talented bloggers.

  5. Thank you for including my blog on your list! I am truly honored to be here with such wonderful ladies!

  6. Hello and a Big Thank You For Including Me on The List. Very Much Appreciated and I hope that people will visit and that it is worth the watch.

    Elana

  7. Congrats to all the Bloggers especially to Colleen Johnston and Success In Bloom. Nice work ladies!

  8. Take a look at http://savegainstax.blogspot.com by Paula Straub.

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  10. Wendy VanHatten says:

    My nomination for a women blogger of 2009 is myself. Daily postings with tips, photos, and destination ideas are made to my travel blog, http://www.travelsandescapes.blogspot.com and weekly posts are to a newspaper, http://www.thereporter.com in their blog section.

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  13. Jackie Mikami says:

    I nominate myself – I love my blog and keep it informative and useful for my readers and always try to add value.

    http://joltconsulting.com.au/blog/

  14. Like Jackie, I want to nominate myself! My blog is focused on paring down, saving up, and getting started on your big dream. I’m planning on traveling around the world, but your dream could be totally different. Either way, it takes money, relationships, and planning to reach any big goal, and I write about these things 5 days a week.

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  17. Hi, for some reason I’ve only just found this. Thanks for the mention honoured to be on the list. Just one minor change; I’m no longer blogging at Behind the Buzz but have started a new blog at digitalstuffing.com.

    Thanks again, Rachel

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  20. tracy reinhardt says:

    Im a woman with a blog and you should probably be watching out for me…. is that a good thing?
    http://crazysuburbanmom.blogspot.com/

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  22. Congrats to all the women! I hope to be in next year’s list! :)

  23. Thank you for including me on your list. I am thrilled to be included in the company of so many talented women. I look forward to finding new gems to follow.

    Beth Brodovsky

  24. Maria Petrak says:

    Hi ladies,

    Thank you so much for including me on your list. I am very happy that you found my blog. It is my passion and I love it…
    I hope I can transmit this energy to all of you.

    Without Sharon Havenhand this blog would not exist. She is the blogger no. 1! her websites are: http://www.comarni.com, http://www.es-preso.com

    warmest regards and please keep in touch

    Maria
    p.s. I would love to promote your website on my website… let me know if i can include your info in any way… are you based in Spain??

  25. Maria Petrak says:

    Dear Heidi and the WE Team,

    I am very honored to be a part of such an amazing group of women bloggers. Thank you very much again!

    Even thought the Best of Marbella website/blog is my first “pilot project”, it will become the franchising site. I will apply the same concept for many different places on the Costa del Sol in Spain and connect with other existing “The Best of” places in the world. If you know any owners/founders of other similar websites/blogs, please let me know.
    Thank you very much in advance!

    Maria

  26. Pemo Theodore says:

    I am sure there are more than 101 Women Bloggers to watch. There are so many men that it is a blessed relief when you find a good woman blogger. For all you women who are looking at your relationships or wanting a partner please check out my blog @ http://www.astramatch.com/blog. I am a Matchmaker Extraordinaire & post regularly on relationships, matchmaking, Love, Life, online dating & social networks. I aim to support women in having better matches & better relationships. Please leave comments or ask questions and I would be happy to address them. Thanks Pemo Theodore, AstraMatch.

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  29. I have a natural living blog, based in the UK, which highlights lots of great products that are either organic, natural, fair trade, made in the UK etc. We also do reviews and give our honest opinions of what we think, feature newsy posts and lots of great info on how easy it is to make a small change, which will help if we all do it!
    Love the list, found it on The Best of Marbella Blog.

    brenda’s last blog post..Review: Cath Kidston Rose Shower Gel

  30. Nice Post!

  31. Thank you so much for including my tour and promotional blog in this list of awesome women. It is indeed an honor to be included :) It also means a lot because I work with many women in business and who are working to make this world a better place – its a tribute to these women as well. They give me wonderful products and services to share with others.

    Nikki Leigh

  32. Too much to read in one night. Thanks for a very interesting list of blogs and women.

  33. Sonia Vivar says:

    Kudos to all the ladies that made the list and those of us hoping that when we grow up….one day, we too may “make the list”

    svivar9087

  34. Thanks for the great list. Hopefully I’ll make it on the list next year.

  35. Heidi Richards says:

    Sandy,

    Thanks for suggeting your site! Will check it out for the next issue.

    Heidi

  36. Jim Morgan says:

    Here is one that I think you should check out. Roberta Hart has written several articles for WE and some of you may be familiar with her work. She writes on a variety of topics including politics, parenting and there are some humor pieces that are bound to make you laugh.
    http://welcometowords.blogspot.com

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  38. Brian Hersh says:

    I’d like to suggest a blog called The Self-Empowered Woman. It’s at http://www.marilynwillison.blogspot.com/. Marilyn Willison has spent over 30 years in journalism interviewing hundreds of famous and powerful women (and men) for major publications, and she has distilled her conclusions into a forum that examines in detail the relatively few characteristics common to virtually all modetn successful women. Her subject-matter is strikingly diverse, and makes for an instructive yet quick read. And her own story is perhaps the most interesting.

  39. Heidi Richards says:

    Thank you so much for sharing Marilyn with us! WE will definitely check it out!

    Heidi

  40. I read your article and wanted to point you to the SeriouslyShannon.com blog. It’s run by a mom, wife, and fitness instructor. Yes, she’s my wife, but after watching the number of visitors grow on a weekly basis, wanted to point it out. The blog focuses mainly on the latest women’s topics such as entertainment and fitness. It’s actually a pretty funny site. So, if you’r looking for a blog where you can.. well have fun visiting, that’s the blog for you.

    Thanks!

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  45. I’m always impressed to see all the different bloggers and writers do out there. Thanks for posting this reference, it will definitely help!
    -Kate

  46. It’s a great list – I’d love to follow each and every one of the bloggers mentioned here. Women bloggers rock, and they’re breeding to success all over the world. I follow Harleena Singh, a freelance writer, who runs the popular family blog http://www.aha-now.com/. Check it out, and may be you can include it in your revised list. All the best.

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