Everyone is on social media these days! Being an influencer is becoming a normal job for people who want to inspire others by sharing their lives on the internet.
As human beings, we are naturally curious about common topics like college life, fitness, or even love advice.
Blogs are one of the ways people can share their advice on the internet and, of course, influence other people’s behaviors.
Here at BLENDtw, we’re bringing you the best 30 blogs for teenagers! Their content is a mix of various topics, from college advice to travel experience.
These blogs will help you navigate life more easily and look at everything with a critical eye.
In This Post:
- Just So Elina
- Anxious Lass
- We the Urban
- Dan Flying Solo
- The Barnes & Noble Teen Blog
- Teen Thoughts
- This Teenage Life
- Capturing Life on Camera
- Joli House
- Sea of Shoes
- Life Unfiltered with Alexa Curtis
- The Teen Runaway
- Save the Student
- Sincerely Students
- Celeste Lili
- Gretchen Rubin
- The Fit Habit
- High Street Beauty Junkie
- Jenn (across the pond)
- Student Minds Blog
- Jessica Slaughter
- Dani Dearest
- Tolmeia Gregory
- Her Campus
- Broke Millennial
- College Cures
- Spoon University
Eva Baker is a finance guru, and through her blogs, she teaches us, mortals, how to take a better hold of our finances. She has picked up the best tips and habits from trial and error.
TeensGotCents is the place you should go if you want to work toward your goals without being completely broke.
From Australia, Elina is a writer and chronic illness warrior that allows everyone to take a look into her mind. On her blog, she shares her advice on wellness and living with a chronic illness, a topic that is not commonly discussed.
Her main goal is to share her life, and she hopes that everyone who reads her blog will take something from it.
3. Anxious Lass
Somerset blogger Kelly Jean creates content that’s focused on mental health, specifically social anxiety.
Kelly was inspired to start her blog after hours of scouring the web and finding only articles that seemed to be written by a robot rather than a human.
She started her blog with the goal of being relatable so her readers don’t feel alone.
4. We the Urban
This blog quickly got its fame in 2009 when Tumblr was at its peak, and now it’s more famous than ever with more than 3 million followers on Instagram.
With its trendy content and motivating vibe, its main goal is to inspire and empower today’s generations with posts that push boundaries and make you think of the world in a different way.
This guy is crazy and a genius. Dan is a Londoner who started this blog as a newsletter for his family to keep updated on his world travels after he quit his job as a restaurant manager in 2014 to follow his love to Bali.
At the time, he didn’t imagine his blog would grow to a million views per year. Now, as an ambassador for the famous travel guide Lonely Planet, he shares his experiences as a traveler of the world and shows us how life can sometimes take you to unexpected places.
As a reader myself, I think it’s awesome that one of the biggest libraries on the internet has a blog. However, even if you do not share my passion for reading, this blog is perfect for you too.
It includes podcasts, interviews with famous bestselling authors, and all resources for a teenager to avoid getting bored — you can switch those two hours on TikTok for a good YA podcast.
We are the next generation that will be in charge of the world; however, it is no secret that the youngsters before us are the future too, and with social media being so ingrained in our reality, it is time for a reality check.
We need a space where we can express ourselves without the fear of being subjected to a specific social trend, which is why Teen Thoughts’ goal is to give you a voice, to give you a space where your thoughts can be expressed, and to give you a safe haven to be yourself.
This youth empowered podcast/blog is a space where you can hear stories about what it feels like to grow — to not say, “I am the only person in this world that has this problem,” and to feel heard within a community.
This Teenage Life gives you the opportunity to hear perspectives about common topics from other teens and to belong to a community.
Natalie Park is a high school senior, traveler, and writer. She shares photos of her life in NYC that will convince you that living in the Big Apple is the best idea you ever had. With her dreamy aesthetics, you can almost feel New York at your fingertips.
10. Joli House
Knitwear designer and blogger Lily brings you everything you need to know about knitting content. With her own patterns on sale, she’ll teach you that knitting is an experience in itself and that it could be your new fall hobby.
Her trendy patterns and dedicated blog posts clearly display that knitting is a ball in the park, so hurry up and buy some needles! You have knitting to do.
11. Sea of Shoes
Dallas blogger Jane Aldridge created this blog to share her love for all things vintage and as a tribute to her love of extreme shoes.
However, since 2007, the blog has grown into its own brand, with Jane collaborating with brands like Gucci and Marc Jacobs.
If you need an outfit that will defy the border between vintage and modern, Sea of Shoes is right up your alley.
On her blog, lifestyle influencer Alexa Curtis discusses her feelings on topics that she encountered as a teen, such as mental health, handling social media, body image, and other sensitive topics.
Her content is focused on talking about challenges young people go through, and she provides the stories that come from experiences that they may need to navigate day by day.
13. The Teen Runaway
If you are as clueless as I am when navigating fashion, this blog is for you. With her beauty and fashion advice, and with experience such as being part of the press at fashion week, Lauren’s tips are invaluable.
She shares her advice on how to be a fashionista like Barbie and how to not look like a clown when you brave a full face of makeup.
Angela describes herself as that awkward and shy kid in the back of the class; however, I find myself thinking she is completely endearing and a genius fashion connoisseur.
She has her own portfolio on the blog where she showcases her work in fashion, and her videos are filled with content like “sewing 5 dresses in 5 days,” which I find mind-blowing because I can’t sew for the love of my cat!
This blog is entirely focused on teaching you how to learn. Kind of confusing, right?
However, its resources and services will help you figure out what your best learning style is, and why it’s important to find your particular style. Give it a go. You won’t regret it.
16. Save the Student
Money is what every college student worries about because the amount of debt that is left after you finish school is astronomical!
But Save the Student will save you from paying this amount in the future, and it provides you with tips on how to invest and protect your money, so it’s a no-brainer why you should visit this blog.
Not all of us love school and studying, and that’s OK, because Ellie, the writer of Sincerely Students, shares her advice on how to be more productive in school, how to find school coupons, and she even has a section on how to help our community!
18. Celeste Lili
This blogger is an undergrad at UC Davis, and she’s sharing her advice on all things a first-generation student might go through.
As a freelance SEO writer and content creator, she shares her advice on the marketing world, and also on how to navigate college if you are the first one to go to school.
19. Gretchen Rubin
Gretchen is a best-selling author on subjects like happiness, habits, and human nature. On her blog, she shares her advice on the pursuit of happiness and her personal experience in finding it.
As one of the contributors to the happiness factor, we can assure you she is the one you go to if you feel unmotivated or uninspired, and with her witty humor, she will make you feel like you are talking to a friend.
20. The Fit Habit
Being a strong, independent woman is hard. Creating habits that are productive but at the same time good for your health is something our generations are struggling with more and more.
That is why CarenHigh Street Beauty Junkie, the writer of The Fit Habit, shares her advice on living a happy, healthy, and long life, and how to make time for things that make you feel good.
If you want to look good when you apply makeup and look like the people on reality shows, where their hair is all shiny and their makeup looks good 24/7,this blog is your first step.
Charli, a U.K. blogger, shares her tips on all things beauty and hairstyle and gives a look into what’s going on in her life.
Writing from Denmark, Jenn gives a look at what it’s like studying abroad and her adventures and misadventures.
Jenn is from Colorado, and she shares what it’s like being out of her comfort zone in a whole different culture, and she gives advice on how to manage life in another country.
If you are thinking of studying abroad next semester and want to see the world, this is a great blog for you!
This blog is one of the greatest in terms of mental health and university life in the U.K.
That being said, it is a place where you can read and share experiences and get a sense that you’re not alone and that mental health is important.
As a kind of journal, Jessica shares tips about all kinds of topics, from studying to brand reviews. You won’t get bored reading through her wacky adventures and experiences.
25. Dani Dearest
A graduate of California, Dani tells us everything there is to know in her mind. From tips on how to take care of yourself to organization and planning, she writes everything there is to know so that you can be an organizational and self-care queen.
26. Tolmeia Gregory
As you may know, a climate emergency has arisen, and it is on a critical level. However, what can you do to make a difference?
As a climate activist, Tolmeia will educate you on what it is that you can do to stop this emergency, and she’ll make you think about the what, why, and how on social issues.
27. Her Campus
A 100% women-owned company, Her Campus shares stories and advice from the perspective of a woman. As Harvard undergrads, they started this project due to the need for more feminine influences on campus.
From there, it grew through various campuses across the U.S., and now it is one of the most influential media companies.
28. Broke Millennial
This blog started from a Krispy Kreme donut sale, and it has grown to be a financial advice blog for teens.
She basically gives you the answer to every question — How do you pay your student loans? How to bare your financial soul to your partner?
With this blog, you can go from flat-broke to financial guru!
29. College Cures
This blog is your go-to college guide. From parties and hangovers to tips on being productive with your studies, this blog makes your college experience stress-free and pain-free by giving you resources, tips, and advice to navigate college life better!
30. Spoon University
Are you a foodie? Maybe you don’t even know how to make a toast! Either way, this blog is for you! Spoon University’s main focus is to help you figure out how to handle your cooking at college.
By providing you with easy and healthy recipes, you will get all your nutrients and avoid the Freshman 15.
THAT’S A WRAP! THIS POST WAS ALL ABOUT BLOGS FOR TEENAGERS! WAS THE POST USEFUL? SHARE THE LOVE ON SOCIAL MEDIA.
PIN FOR LATER!