Bloggers to follow in the New YearJade CravenProbloggerTina Roth Eisenberg Tina
Looking for some new reading material to enrich your online reading experience in 2013?
Problogger’s Jade Craven has been tracking the scene for the last four years, keeping an eye out for gems and this is her last, and hopefully best, roundup in the blogging corral.
Tina Roth Eisenberg
Tina started swissmiss in 2005 as her “personal visual archive.” It eventually grew into a popular design journal with an average of 1 million unique visitors a month. I love that she was experimenting with visual curation before such a term even existed…
This is the fourth year I have written this post. Every time, multiple people tell me that I should have included The Bloggess. I had read and devoured her blog, but didn´t know whether posts about taxidermied mice necessarily made someone worth watching. You guys would rather read about a hidden gem, right?
This year, after reading her book, I was able to realize why it is important that her blog gets acknowledged in this list. She helps normalize some of the icky stuff associated with mental illness. I have an anxiety disorder and, at times, it can consume my life. Jenny shows that brilliance can shine through, despite you feeling at your lowest. She shows that you can still leverage your power to amuse or help others despite feeling powerless.
Full story at Problogger.
Blogs to watch.
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