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100 Awesome Blog Posts You Should Read

  • May 6, 2013

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There are thousands of blog posts written every single day. Here are a 100 awesome blog posts you should read that caught my eye today, and I hope you’ll read them.

About this list… It is in absolutely no order whatsoever, so don’t get upset if you’re number 100, and don’t get too excited if you’re number 1. It’s completely at random, and follows no specific theme. If your blog post didn’t get mentioned, don’t worry; I had only room for 100. If you know of a good post that deserves a mention, simply drop me a line, post a comment below, or mention it to me on Twitter.

  1. There Is Something Mesmerizing About The Old That Brings Out The Youth.
  2. Jade’s Diary: Behind these Brown Eyes
  3. Hello Asshole! How The Fuck Can I Help You Today?!
  4. My Past Is Not Who I Am, It’s Only Where I’ve Been
  5. Making The Most Of Your Dreams In Writing
  6. Hayley Green On Being Creative With Your Opportunities
  7. What You Call Yourself When No One’s Listening
  8. Post-It Poems: Falling Star
  9. Fear Of Being Exposed
  10. Why You Should Read Jane Austen (And Everyone Else)
  11. Is Cursive Handwriting Dead?
  12. For The Love Of Playing On The High-Voltage Electrical Transformer Box In The Front Yard
  13. UK, Ireland, Russia, And Malawi
  14. The Cult Of Individualism: I’m Special And You’re Not
  15. My Mind Is My Battlefield
  16. Should You Write For Free?
  17. Of Cigarettes And Swing Sets
  18. Fumbling For The Truth: The Freelancing Author, Or Will I Ever Be Paid Again?
  19. Introvert Fairy Tales: The Princess And The Pea
  20. Notes on Experience, Story, And Voice
  21. Dogs Are Boys, Cats Are Girls
  22. When To Write — Advice From The Past
  23. Lady And The Lake Series
  24. Tips On Having A Successful Writing Career
  25. The Madness Of Black Friday
  26. The Cruel Goddess Ana
  27. The Siren’s Song (What It Means)
  28. Witnessing Abuse
  29. Good Riddance, Facebook
  30. The Death Of Blogs? Or Of Magazines?
  31. Jamey.
  32. Yesterday
  33. Because I Am Messy
  34. What’s In A Name
  35. Penmanship And Personality: An Ode To The Handwritten Note
  36. Chains
  37. Reminiscing
  38. Pieces Of Me
  39. Letter #54
  40. More Philadelphia Stories
  41. Beware These Scummy Vanity Presses
  42. That One Time I Was Saved By A Llama
  43. We Are All Travelers Here
  44. Who Stole My Life?
  45. An Unsent Letter To The Person That Changed My Life
  46. Wounds That Barely Heal
  47. I Dream Of Pooh Bear
  48. Rediscovering The Dictionary
  49. 10 Things I Wish Weren’t Replaced By Modern Technology
  50. The Sound Of Shutters
  51. Random Childhood Memories
  52. What And Why To Write
  53. Inaccessible Places
  54. Selfies Are Not Self-Expression
  55. The Writers’ Persona
  56. A Couple Of Unrelated Items
  57. The Media Has Not Failed Us — We Have
  58. When People Kill People, Does It Matter Why?
  59. Why Little Black Books Instead Of Phones And Computers
  60. The Man Who Owns His Own Ghost Town
  61. The 14 Essential Differences Between Writers and Storytellers
  62. Is Fiction A Waste Of Time?
  63. The Gift.
  64. Avoiding ‘Truthiness’ When Writing Your Life
  65. “The Other”
  66. The (Not So) Pretty Truth
  67. Breezy Point In Ruins
  68. Where My Blog Posts Start
  69. I’m Sorry For My Generation
  70. “Your Story Is Not New”: On Attending A Memoir Retreat
  71. Real College Classes Have Writing Assignments And Required Reading.
  72. Over The Wall
  73. Revisiting Old Memories
  74. Dear Damned Diary
  75. Unconventional Writing Tips
  76. To Lori Anne
  77. Everything About My Life Is A Cautionary Tale
  78. For The Love Of Reading
  79. Strangeness And Beauty
  80. Rock Pee-ers
  81. Diary: April [20]13
  82. Why? Oh Why…
  83. Creative Non-Fiction
  84. Why I Write
  85. What Teachers Forget To Tell You
  86. The Kid Stays In The Picture
  87. Tide Pools
  88. Laugh Until Life Makes Sense
  89. I Can Write.
  90. What Hemingway Can Teach You About Web Writing
  91. From Tolstoy To Twitter
  92. Documenting Syria
  93. Challenged To Be Me
  94. How Much Does Random Chance Account for a Writer’s Success?
  95. Ship-Creators Of Mighty Bangladesh
  96. The Man Who Wrote A Book With A Ridiculously Long Title That You Absolutely Must Read, By Jonas Jonasson
  97. This Is How
  98. So Why Journal?
  99. Life Story
  100. On Letting Go
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11 Comments on 100 Awesome Blog Posts You Should Read

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  • Mary Norton-Miller says:
    May 20, 2013 at 8:33 AM

    I nominate Nun Cake. This funny post explains why skinnyuz2b became an art major instead of a nun.

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    • Thomas says:
      May 20, 2013 at 11:33 AM

      This blog is great!!! I’ll have to read more.

      Reply

  • The Grumpy Giraffe says:
    July 1, 2013 at 10:40 PM

    Thank you so much for your support! 🙂 Cult of Individualism was what propelled me onto Freshly Pressed.

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    • Thomas says:
      July 2, 2013 at 8:05 AM

      That’s awesome, and you’re very welcome!

      Reply

  • Pen says:
    July 2, 2013 at 4:33 PM

    What an unusual blog to link me 🙂 I’m flattered though, thank you muchly. That whole Freshly Pressed thing is such a strange thing to have happened to my little corner of the blogsphere.

    Warm thoughts,
    -Pen

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    • Thomas says:
      July 2, 2013 at 4:46 PM

      Just between you and me, Freshly Pressed is where I find a lot of quality blog content!

      I have had a few of my posts go viral, but none have ever turned up there. 🙁

      Reply

      • Pen says:
        July 3, 2013 at 1:34 PM

        It may still yet. My blog was not a hugely popular one before that post at all. And it floored me when they picked it. I think it was just because my subject was in relation with a NEDA’s week of awareness.

        I’m not sure how the heck they pick them. Sometimes it seems so off-the-wall.

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        • Thomas says:
          July 3, 2013 at 7:00 PM

          Fuzzy logic, perhaps. My blog runs a lot of things that rely on it.

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  • Merilee says:
    September 5, 2013 at 9:15 AM

    Thank you very much for including me in the list. I am honored.

    Reply

    • Thomas says:
      September 5, 2013 at 10:13 AM

      You are very welcome!

      Reply

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