Top 5 Blogs By Men
If I had a type I would say at the top of my list is honesty and kindness. To add to all of his wonderful qualities to push me over the edge is his modest intellect in reasoning and his emotional stability. It is one of the reasons I favor male bloggers. You can gather some insight into the type of man he strives to be. Last week, I did a little blogging research to bring you my top 5 blogs by men and honorable mention.
“Don’t be ashamed of your story, let it inspire others”.
Fashion, Travel, and Lifestyle by Men
This blog has style written all over it. The site is informative for men and it's an intriguing read for women.
2. The Modest Man
Brock started The Modest Man for the not very tall guy. " I believe that a man should dress for the occasion and always look his best." Ladies, you can get some inside advice on how to style your man, product reviews for gift ideas and much more.
3. Men's Fashion Magazine
MFM is a lifestyle blog for men. It has articles on grooming to self-improvement. The fashion section is extensive with great style tips. The best part of MFM is Paul McGregor. Paul’s Blog is about his life and his struggles in his journey. He is truly inspiring.
4. Effortless Gent
Effortless Gent is for the modern millennial man. This site includes YouTube videos, style content for men of all shapes, style, and sizes. My favorite aspect of Effortless Gent is it addresses fashion for a man's skin tone. Which is rare in most blogs and especially, a blog for men.
5. He Spoke Style
Last year, Brian Sacawa was an up and coming blogger. This year he made his way to the top. His blog has stunning photography and he is consistent in engaging his readers with impressive content. Brian's articles are for men and women, but mainly his blog is for men.
6. Nomadic Matt
“Over the past several years, I’ve helped millions of people answer those questions and travel more with tested and proven tips and advice. This way, you can spend less time searching the Internet and being overwhelmed with information and more time doing the one thing you want to do: travel more. “
Check out his Q & A with us in Mindful Living. “I never set out to become a ‘Digital Nomad’, I set out to see the world and discovered a skill which would let me do so. I am definitely not rich… I have slept rough to save money, do not own much, and always choose cost over comfort (leading to some pretty long layovers and interesting journeys to airports in the dead of night).”
“The Good Men Project® is a glimpse of what enlightened masculinity might look like in the 21st century,” the press raved when we launched. We had set out to start an international conversation about what it means to be a good man in the 21st century. “
“I started this channel to share my own journey of becoming a better man. The Distilled Man provides practical tips on social mastery, self-development…and what I call the gentlemanly arts.”
“I started this blog because I want to turn my dreams of becoming a professional writer and building my own tribe into reality. No more sitting on the sidelines. No more excuses. It’s time to get in the game. “