9 Black Female Bloggers 2020 Who Make The World A Better Place
Blogging has become super popular; so much so that sometimes it’s actually hard to figure out which ones are worth reading!
Wherecan you find good blogs run by people you can relate to as a woman of color?
While this is far from a complete list, we’ve compiled a post showing some of the best black female bloggers around.
Letus know which ones you like in the comments at the end. 🙂
1. Oneika Raymond: Travel Blogger
Oneika Raymond will keep you captivated by stories of her travels.
Herblog, Oneika The Traveller, is where she shares her amazing experiences as she travels the world.
Althoughshe grew up in Canada, she’s been to more than 90 countries and she doesn’t plan to stop there.
You’ll fall in love with her passion for traveling and feel the need try some adventure yourself.
Ify youthought that black women don’t travel extensively, think again!
2. Abiola Abrams: Self-Love/Motivational Blogger
Abiola is an established author, motivational speaker, personal coach, internet personality and TV host. Her blog, Abiola Sacred Bombshell, contains all you need to help you find self- love, wellness and spirituality.
It’s filled with empowerment and motivation for black women. You’ll learn how to love yourself and be the person you’re meant to be.
Abiola has a way of infecting her audience with her positive energy and she has motivated many black women to love themselves as they are and live life to the fullest.
3. Erika Nicole Kendall: Fitness Blogger
What started as a bid to please her mom ended up being a life changer. Erika started her weight loss journey only to please her mom.
In her blog, Black Girls Guide To Weight Loss, Erika gives the details of her weight loss journey, her ups and downs and everything she learned along the way.
She’s also a personal fitness trainer and helps others lose weight and live healthier lifestyles. Hers is a truly inspirational story and it has motivated many black women to stick to their weight loss goals and make a change in their lives.