Here is a list of 10 Best Lifestyle Websites For Women.
Babble is an online magazine and blog network targeting young, educated, urban parents. It was launched in December 2006 by co-founders Rufus Griscom and Alisa Volkman. It is a community for new parents with advice, recipes, news and resources.
BlogHer is a premier women’s blog platform founded by Elisa Camahort Page, Jory des Jardins, and Lisa Stone in 2005. In 2007, it expanded to included BlogHers Act, a political blogging network by and for women.
TheBloggess is Jenny Lawson blogs about sex, love and motherhood, and whatever else comes to mind.
4. The Boss Network:
BOSS is a community of career and entrepreneurial women who support each other through conversation, online and event-based networking.
5. The Bump:
The Bump, from TheKnot, is a community website for expecting and trying-to-conceive couples that offers support, advice and features to women and their partners. Get pregnancy information, baby advice and parenting tips at TheBump.com.
This website by Catalyst, Inc. (a nonprofit organization that promotes inclusive workplaces for women). Catalyst hosts research about women in business and an insightful blog, Catalyzing.
7. Chic CEO:
Chic CEO is a slick site for women with the entrepreneur bug. Advice covers almost everything from patents and copyrights to the pros and cons of buying a franchise.
8. City Girl Confidence:
A Grace Kelly’s blog – City Girl Confidence – provides articles and resources to rejuvenate career women, allowing them to achieve greater wealth and better health.
9. Colored Girl Confidential:
Colored Girl Confidential: This online community for women unpacks race and gender issues, providing thoughtful “career and life advice that is as fierce as you are.”
10. Daily Worth:
DailyWorth is a place for ambitious women who want more: money, success and personal growth. A personal finance and business site for women updated daily with money tips and blog posts. Their motto is: “We believe all women should be in charge of their financial health.”