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101 More Women Bloggers to Watch for 2010

It’s that time again! Time for our Women Bloggers to Watch ~ Part 2 for 2010.

This list of inspiring and aspiring bloggers is one of our best yet. Most of the women bloggers to watch that made this list have been blogging for at least 2 years, but we do have some relative newcomers to the world of blogging.  Each blog has a style of its own with substantive content that is both interesting and targeted to specific demographics. This list is different from the last few we have published in that many of these women bloggers were nominated by others who read previous lists of our women bloggers and left a comment in our comment section mentioning their favorite blogs.  Blogs about business, life, motherhood, finance, religion, sports, fitness, food, lifestyle, coaching, mentoring, the arts, crafts, wellness, travel, beauty, fashion, writing, careers, going green, technology, sex, work at home and more. We even added a few health-specific topic blogs to the mix this year.

I am sure you will enjoy reading about these women and checking out their blogs as much as WE had putting this list of Women Bloggers to Watch.

If you do stop by their blogs, please let them know you heard about them at WE Magazine for Women. Our Mission is to Showcase Women, their talents, treasures and expertise focusing on Busy Women on the Move.


Heidi Richards Mooney, Publisher

PS. This list of women bloggers to watch is dedicated to my daughter Alexis Lee Richards. Today would have been her 31st birthday!

10 with Sarah Perez  is a place for people who want to use technology to change the world
2 Sets of Twins with Helene is Living proof that God has a sense of humor
About Freelance Writing with Anne Wayman is about freelance writing articles, jobs, product reviews and ebooks
A.E. Brain with Zoe Brain ~ Intermittent postings from Canberra, Australia on Software Development, Space, Politics, and Interesting URLs. And of course, Brains…
Allison Kelley Designs with Allison Kelley …jewelry to inspire your beauty from the inside out
The American Virgin with Therese Shechter is the devoted companion to the documentary-in-progress “How to Lose Your Virginity
AW WebBiz & Social Media Blog with Gretchen Glasscock offers Mentoring, tools and strategy to succeed
AuthenticOrganizations with CV Harquail is about the relationships between an organization’s identity, action and purpose, from the perspective of a management scholar
Baby Baby’with SandyCalico is about life with her two boys born 363 days apart
The Baby Boomers’ Network with Amy Sherman offers tips, strategies and inspirations for people as they travel through midlife
Bea’s Beatitudes with Bea Kunz is all about Herbs (and she grows them)
Bling It On! with Denise Yezbak Moore is about everything bling under the sun, especially girl gadgets
Branding Personality with Marieke Hensel is about expressing your personal and consumer brands online to generate profits by rewarding your loyal customers and attracting new ones
Business CoachTALK with Joyce K. Reynolds is about Business Discussions and Solutions
Christine Kane’s Blog ~  Mentor to Women who are changing the world
Courage Voices with Edie Galley ~ encouraging you to find your courage and live boldly
Craftin’ Caro with Caroline LeBel ~ a Stamper and card creator demonstrates “how to”
Creative Vision Boards with Jeannie explains how to create vision boards, and, most importantly, how to use them effectively
Cyber Dating Expert with Julie Spira is about dating, love, and romance in a Web 2.0 World
The Decade of She with Mrs/Dr. T  ~ The Art and Science of Female Reinvention
Decisive Minds with Michele Scism about helping business owners get the results they want out of their businesses and their lives
Deepika Baja’s Blog is  about women advancement and diversity
Denise Richardson Blog is a consumer friendly site with news, views and opinions with a focus on consumer financial protection
Deseyners Eye Creation with Lisa Raymond is all about graphic design
Dianne Sharma-Winter Blog about Meditations on a Paper Bag, Travels in India and more
Event Strategy Solutions with Daphne Bousquet ~ All about event planning and strategy
Executive Homemaker with Laurie Turk shows how to organize your life so you can get to the fun things about being a mother, wife, and woman
The Eye Journal by Dr Dawn Bearden is the visionary eyecare blog
Fat Burning tips 4 Women with Angie Schumacher a Certified Fitness Professional who helps women to lose weight, increase their strength and transform their bodies to continue on with a long, healthy life
Fibromyalgia Blog with Michelle ~ inspiration, information and education about fibromyalgia and one woman’s journey
Florida Keys Girl with Stephanie Goldberg Glazer is about All things Travel
Frances Cole Jones offers business advice and tips on workplace etiquette
The Get Organized Wizard with Michele Connoly is about getting organized, and in particular her interest in ‘happiness’
The Girls Guide to Diabetes with Sysy Morales is for any diabetic women who wants straightforward information about how to be healthy and stay fabulous, despite diabetes
The Girlz Korner with Cynthia Helowg has Witty & Informational Articles For Women Of All Ages
Gotta Little Space … to Fill with Rina is about food, events and life
The Happy Entrepreneur with Celene Harrelson  – Internet Strategies for the over 50 work at home entrepreneur
Hip Compass with Michelle Strashoon the place for travel news, tips, unique destinations and more
How to Become Successful with Martyna Bizdra a resource to give information about personal development and training
HR Bartender with Dr Janice is about careers, because she’s had a lot of them and giving back is good
Indie Foxx with Jen Wallace  is a lifestyle blog with a very healthy mix of indie design love, crafting and diy, some gardening and cooking with a healthy dose of joie de vivre
The IT Lists with Shelley Mantei helps busy women define their personal beauty, life and fashion style – vogue nirvana
It’s Not About The Weight! with Lucy Dove she talks about the food, the fun, the hard work and the friends that help make it possible
Jump off the Bridge with Frau Sally Benz is about activism, politics, social issues, random musings,  books, music, etc. through a feminist lens
Kandee Johnson’s Makeup Blog style seeker and happy heart maker
Kitchen Retro with Lidian is about making fun of kitsch and retro ads
La Marguerite with Marguerite Manteau-Rao offers a girl’s view of sustainability and social media
Life Makes Me Laugh with PollyAnna – There’s always a silver lining, even if you have to sort through a hundred yards of fabric to find it
Magnifeco with Kate Black  is a daily eco-fashion/eco-style blog featuring gorgeous products that are fair-trade, recycled, reusable, sustainable, organic, and/or vegan
Market My Words with Shelli ~ Children’s book writer offers book marketing/publicity advice to authors
Martha Giffin’s Blog is helping you through a maze of online marketing
Meanderings and Reflections with Susan Deborah are  personal reflections and observations from the daily life, its idiosyncrasies, false notions, pseudo highlights, and more
Menopause and Perimenopause with Izzy Muses ~ Sharing midlife experiences
Michelle Shaffer’s Blog about internet marketing, social media and more
Mommy Fuel with Kim Novak Proctor provides your woman-owned business affordable marketing services individually designed to fuel growth and produce measurable results.
Money Talk Matters with Dr. Taffy Wagner offers exceptional information to newlywed and engaged couples
Moomette’s Magnificents with Cindi is a multi-generational Baby Boomer Grandmom from New England, who writes about WAHM tips, blogging, parenting, grandparenting and more!
My Magnetic Blog with Sylvia is dedicated to helping business owners in different fields such as business branding
Natural as Possible Mom with Karen Bannan Because natural isn’t always possible — or easy
The New US Woman Entrepreneur Blog with Rosanne Ferreri-Feske focuses on combining entrepreneurism, activism and philanthropy
Not Martha with Megan posts about whatever she’s up to albeit working on her house, shopping for chairs, making pudding in jars, and trying to eat as many meals outdoors as possible
One Woman Marketing with Kelly Watson is one woman on a mission to show the world that marketing your small business doesn’t have to suck
Operation NICE with Melissa reminds us that a little NICE goes a long way
One Year. 156 Fears. Life Changing with Joy Choquette One woman tackles her fears
Passing Thru with Betsy Wuebker is a blog of thoughts and observations about all of life’s journeys
The Path of True Balance with Shann Vander Leek is dedicated to extreme self-care, personal development and creating a well-balanced life
Philobiblon with Natalie Bennet is about Green politics, history (mainly women’ history) science and books
Project Happily Ever After with Alisa Bowman offers Marriage advice from a recovering divorce daydreamer
Prudent and Practical with Kristin is about her adventures in her first home. Kristin conquers do-it-yourself projects, crafts, new recipes, and home maintenance
Reading the Bible in a Year with Shannan and sharing the experience
Ressurect Your Hero with Bianca Stella personal journey of finding inner peace and inner strength during chaos
Rippin Kitten with Liz Frazier all about motorcycles and female riders
Rosy Little Things with Alicia Paulson who loves to make things and write about the things she makes, cooking, entertaining and life
Run DMT with Denise is a mom on the run! Denise trains for marathons while raising a family
Salty Caramel with Jeni Britton Bauer  is about ice cream, adventures and events in Ohio
The Self-Empowered Woman with Marilyn Murray Willison is a look at the common characteristics that are shared by high-achieving women from a wide variety of backgrounds with a broad spectrum of accomplishments
Shrinking Violet Promotions with Mary Hershey and R.L. LaFevers is about Marketing for Introverts
Social Bling with Stephanie Michele is about best practices in social networking and relationship building
Southern Princess with Courtney is a blog about writing
Speaking of China is Jocelyn Eikenburg’s memoir about life, love and cultural understanding in China
Succeed as Your Own Boss with Melinda Emerson offers tools and insights to help you run a profitable small business
Success Strategies for Women Business Leaders with Zoe Routh helps conscious business leaders apply the principles of deliberate creation for more of everything that feels fabulous
The Succulent Wife with Audrey is for avid lifestyle and trend watchers highlight the things & practices that make life more meaningful, fun & stylish
Summer Tomato with Darya  is about her favorite healthy eating tips for busy urbanites
Table for One with the Single Black Female is an open candid discussion about, you guessed it, being single, black and female
Tea Cozy with Liz B. is a discussion of books, movies, and TV shows
Thirty Something Drama Queen with Sarah Champion is  all about Sarah’s adventures in the thirty something generation
Travels and Escapes with Wendy shares travel tips, photos, & general travel information
Trendle Ellwood’s Impressions shares Nature, Spirituality,The Divine in Everyday, Art, Hope, Inspiration
Through the Wardrobe with Janet Fox featuring interviews, musings and more about books for teens
Under the Tulip Tree with Julie is  a field study of life, gardening, crafts, sewing, family and love
Virtual Freedom 4 You with Corrie Petersen helps other work-at-home moms to enjoy more success with their business
Wanderlust and Lipstick with Beth Whitman ~ Women Travel: Tips, Tours, Information, Gear, Blogs, Articles and …
Wilmas Blog with Wilma Ham provides nutrition for the heart and quiet for the mind
Wine Blog with Jo Diaz – An easy way to expand your wine palate and your knowledge base
Women Lines with Charu is about Womenfolk and parenting issues
Women Wise Marketing with Kelly Watson is a blog and twice-monthly podcast with free resources to help women market their businesses and themselves
Women’s Hoops Blog with Helen offers Inane commentary on a game that deserves far better
Wordy Woman with Shelley Lieber is about Publishing vision, strategy and social media for authors
Your Success Network with Jennifer Russell arms emerging adults with resources needed to achieve success in their lives and careers

By the way, if you are a woman blogger who has been blogging for at least six months, feel free to share your blog. Please leave your blog title, the url and a one sentence description in the comments section. My team and I personally review EVERY Blog that is on this list before listing it, and would love to do the same for your woman edited, published, or owned blog.

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) or email me at heidi (at) we magazine for women dot com (no spaces) with “Send me the Women Blogger Logo” in the subject line.

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  2. Thank you for including Cyber-Dating Expert in your 101 Women Bloggers to Watch for 2010. I am so very honored to be included in this esteemed list of women.

  3. Wow, thank you so much for including Baby Baby in this list 🙂

  4. Thanks for including One Woman Marketing on this list! I look forward to checking out some of the bloggers I haven’t heard of (and some old favorites that I haven’t visited in awhile.)

  5. Heidi Richards says:


    Thanks for a blog we need! Best of luck to you in all you do.


  6. Heidi Richards says:

    Sandy, the pleasure was all ours!


  7. Heidi Richards says:

    so glad we found your blog to include.

    Have a super day… and then some,


  8. Wow – I am honored to be included on this list. Thank you!

  9. Martyna Bizdra says:


    what a nice surprise:)
    thank you and I am honoured.
    also my company Success Supermarket…is still a toddler. it will bring so much more to many of us.

    it is thrilling to be surrounded by the action-takers!

    have a cute day

  10. This Baby Boomer is so humbled and honored! Thank you so very much for including Moomette’s Magnificents in your list of 101 Bloggers to Watch for 2010.

    I recognize several terrific bloggy friends here, and am off to check out the rest of your list!

  11. Heidi Richards says:

    Thanks Denise, for having a blog we loved and wanted to showcase!


  12. Heidi Richards says:

    A real pleasure Martyna, GREAT BLOG!


  13. Heidi Richards says:


    Love Moomettes Magnificents! Keep up the great work!


  14. Congratulations to all those listed especially Cindi @ Moomette’s Magnificents.

  15. Hi,

    This list is fantastic. I see some favorites and made some new discoveries too.

    Please take a look at a news and information site for smart, busy women including commentary on politics, career, current affairs, media, feminism and family.

    Thank you.

  16. Heidi Richards says:

    Thanks for letting us know about! Will check out for an upcoming list!


  17. Heidi Richards says:


    Our pleasure, really!


  18. Thanks for the list. I’ll definitely take time to check out the recommendations.

    It’s tough to track down bloggers on the web one by one.

  19. Dear Heidi,

    I’m humbled. Thanks. I’m so pleased to put your logo onto my wine blog site.

    Here’s to Alexis Lee… She’s a wonderful spirit!

  20. Heidi, it’s such an honor to make your 2nd list for this year — I feel truly humbled to be included in such a fantastic group of women bloggers. Thank you so much.



  21. Heidi Richards says:

    Dear Jo,

    So happy to share your blog with our readers.

    Thank you for your kind thoughts…


  22. Heidi Richards says:

    Dear Jocelyn.,

    We are delighted to share you with our readers…. Great blog!

    thank you for all you do to educate and inspire!


  23. Amp it Up!
    Author and speaker Kim Marcille Romaner shares the science of amplifying possibility into reality.

  24. Betsy Wuebker says:

    Thank you so much for including PassingThru in your list. We are honored to be in such distinguished company, and are delighted to promote this list within our community.

  25. Thank you so much for choosing my site for your list. I appreciate it very much.

  26. This is a fabulous list. It will be fun to check them out! I aspire to be on your next list of bloggers to watch out for!

  27. Hi, Heidi,

    This is a great list. I see some favorites and will definitely visit the others. Thanks for compiling good blogs for our benefit.

    I’d love it if you take a look at my blogs.

    The Dream Express blog helps women apply the Female Secrets in the Law of Attraction, supports your dreams and helps you live in self-love and purpose.

    The Dream Alchemist offers daily tips, meditations and inspiration to keep you strong in your dreams and goals.

    Maria Mar
    The Dream Alchemist

  28. Leesa Barnes says:

    Alexis Lee? Now I’m curious. Heidi, will you share more about her, what happened and what made her special?

  29. Heidi,

    What an impressive list!

    I am the founder of Mommy Fuel.

    Mommy Fuel provides your woman-owned business affordable marketing services individually designed to fuel growth and produce measurable results.

    I blog about helpful hints and tips to help small businesses gain more exposure, learn the ways of social media, and how to market a company on a tight budget, to name a few.

    Mommy Fuel’s latest blog:

    On behalf of women everywhere, thank you for what you do!!

  30. I’m flattered and will do my best to be a credible and hopefully, cheeky source of information pertinent to women’s health!

    Mrs/Dr T

  31. Heidi Richards says:

    Thanks Kim for sharing your blog!

  32. Heidi Richards says:


    Alexis was my daughter. She died in 2007 of a drug overdose. Her birthday was August 18th. She would have been 31.

    Thank you so much for asking. I appreciate you!


  33. author wanglili says:

    author wanglili’s blog at focuses on art of life in practice of author wanglili

  34. When it comes to ‘design’ whether graphic, web, or branding….

    Check out Patricia Saxton. She recently completed a 52 week series on ‘Peace’ using original peace signs developed weekly for 52 weeks plus one bonus week.

    Here’s the link.

  35. Hi Heidi.

    I am humbled to be included on this list. Especially since this installment was dedicated to the memory of your daughter.

    The blurb you have listed about my company is outdated. Could you please change it to the following? Thanks so much!!!

    Mommy Fuel provides your woman-owned business affordable marketing services individually designed to fuel growth and produce measurable results. Need helpful hints and tips to help small businesses gain more exposure, learn the ways of social media, and how to market a company on a tight budget? Mommy Fuel can help.

  36. Heidi Richards says:

    I have uploaded the change to your listing. We are only able to use one sentence to describe so I used the first one…

    Thanks so much for letting us know.


  37. Heidi Richards says:

    Dear dbvanhorn,

    Thanks for the heads up about Patricia Saxton. Will definitely check out her blog for the next list!

    Have a super weekend,


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  39. Thanks for including me in this list, Heidi. I’m honored to be in such great company. 🙂

  40. Sheila Atwood says:

    This is a great list. There are some really fun and informative blogs listed. It has been fun visiting their sites.

    My blog is – Beginners Guide to Internet Marketging.

    My thoughts are with you and Alexis.

  41. Heidi Richards says:


    The pleasure was ours… Love your blog and appreciate you stopping by! Glad our readers can find out about it.


  42. Heidi Richards says:


    Thank you so much for stopping by! Lots of reading to do, eh?


  43. Cynthia ~The Girlz Korner says:

    I had absolutely no idea and ecstatic over the nomination. What an absolutely, marvelous surprise. Thank you so very much for this most gracious opportunity.


  44. Heidi Richards says:

    Dear Cynthia,

    We are ecstatic to have found you! Thank you for writing your blog…


  45. Michele Scism says:

    Hey Heidi – Thank you so much for including me and my blog in this post. You are so awesome! I feel truly honored to be listed among these fabulous bloggers. Michele

  46. Wow, what an impressive list of blogs. I just started a blog on my website and it has been both a learning experience and very rewarding. If you like you can visit my blog at:

    Enjoy your day Heidi!!!!!!!

  47. Wow, what a sweet surprise to see my blog on this list!!! I’m honored to be included here!!!!

    Thank you so much for the recognition!! I can’t stop smiling!!!!!

  48. Thank you so much for including my blog. I have actually created a new Fibromyalgia blog at I had no idea I was listed until someone commented on my blog and told me. That is wonderful. What are we able to put on our blog to showcase this? Do you have an image or link or something. Thanks again.

  49. Heidi -THANK you! I am honored to be included in such an impressive list of women bloggers! Thank you SO much for the recognition. Though my blog is always a work-in-progress and often a time consuming task–it is without doubt, a labor of love. Having a nod of recognition of my efforts, from you and WE Magazine, is truly a genuine honor!!

    Thank you, Heidi!!!


  50. Imagine my surprise when I saw my blog listed here among all these other wonderful women! Thank you so much for the recognition! I feel like I have now “arrived!” Great magazine!

  51. Heidi Richards says:


    Thank you for writing a blog we feel good about so we can share it with our readers! Keep up the great work,


  52. Heidi Richards says:

    Dear Martha,

    Thank you so much for stopping by and finding WE! And for providing great content our readers find interesting. Congrats to one of our 2010 Women Bloggers to Watch.



  53. I really enjoyed your article and your list. I found so many interesting blogs that I now read thanks to you. I would love to be considered for your future lists.

    The Savvy Tourist – an informative (and often humorous) resource guide and blog for the savvy traveler

    Thank you in advance for your consideration!

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  55. Hello my name is Anna Cuevas I am the founder of the blog
    I have been blogging since January helping homeowners become empowered with information to save their homes from foreclosure. I am tge author of a soon to be published book as well and a blogger for The Huffington Post

    If I can be of service please let me know.

    Anna Cuevas

  56. Jane Komarov says:

    These blogs are awesome! Congratulations to all of the great women who have their blogs posted here!”

    I would like to nominate a blog written by a true female superstar and crusader:

    This site is run by Anna Cuevas, aka “The Loan Mod Guru.”
    Without Anna’s blog and her personal mission to help others, I would be homeless – honest. Anna provides totally free information and resources about loan modification (Obama’s government program) that I was not able to find anywhere else no matter where I looked or who I contacted. Anna is a caring, spiritual woman who helps people from all walks of life – families, singles, women, minorities, the unemployed, those suffering from longtime illness (that’s me), etc., save their homes from foreclosure. Please consider her site for inclusion!

    Jane Komarov

  57. Allison Camm says:

    I am writing to you to nominate a blog written by an incredible woman Anna Cuevas. Her site was set up to help those in jeopardy of foreclosure and losing their homes. She provides all the information needed to assist you in being successful in qualifying for this loan. Anna is a very personable woman who holds your hand throughout this process. She offeres her knowledge with inspiration and hope. When I discovered her site I was amazed and am so happy to share that I have been approved for the initial phase of this loan. Anna is a spiritual woman who will change your life! Thank you for this opportunity to nominate a truely deserving blog. Allison C

  58. You MUST include Anna Cuevas’ amazing blog at; This woman is total home-run hitting Miracle Worker.. she has made magic – and miracles – happen for many many people who were groping around in the darkness not knowing what todo. Her blog is wonderful – read it and feel the heartache – and relief – of subscribers as they share heartfelt tales of woe at the hands of the Big Banks.. with Anna’s saavy market knowledge, she shares how to prevail. Anna knows the system from the inside out and uses it to help ordinary people.. she makes a huge difference! If you are facing problems Anna’s blog is a must-read!

  59. Out to Lunch ( introduces authentic but unknown Chinese dishes in a fun and friendly way, and also includes occasional posts about favorite desserts and meals with cooking greats – recipes included!

  60. I am curious to see who makes to 2011 list.

  61. Thank you so much for including me on your list of women bloggers to watch for. I was surprised and delighted to find my name here in such fantastic company. I really enjoy blogging and I have met some fabulous women through my website. In fact, it’s being going so well that I changed the name of the site from ‘Menopause and Perimenopause’ to just ‘Izzy Muses’ so as to better reflect the broader range of topics that I am covering. Most of my content is geared towards midlife women and it’s wonderful to be able to engage and share experience with women from all around the world. I also purchased my own domain this year – It really means a lot to be included on your list so thanks again. Wishing all at WE magazine and my fellow women bloggers everywhere a very happy and prosperous New Year. May 2011 bring you happiness and joy wherever you may be.
    Best regards

  62. Thanks Heidi…for yet another year of wonderful blogs to enjoy and learn from.

    I found a few to promote to others as well while scanning the list.

    Thanks for all you do …over and over~

    You are such a Bright Star in the maze of information.

    Bea Kunz

  63. Hi Heidi. I’m hoping you could change my Fibromyalgia link to I moved my blog over to the other wordpress version.

    Thanks so much.

    Michelle Arbore

  64. Dear Heidi,

    We need to empower women, there is so much collective knowledge to be shared with society.
    I’d like to invite you to post as a guest in my wine blog site.
    Please let me know, thanks

  65. Thanks!

    I will check out Dare2Wine