Blogs Every College Student Should Read

Aside from my blog you are reading now, I think it is important to read a variety of content. Reading widens your imagination and broadens your knowledge on topics you probably didn’t know you wanted to know about. Today, I have compiled a list of 7 blogs that every college student to read. I had to do a little research beforehand as some of these blogs were ones of which I have never read. I am so happy that I stumbled upon some as they are filled with very useful information. From anything from study tips to fashion tips, you can tailor your reading to exactly what you want! 

The Makayla Lynn

While looking through my Pinterest board, I stumbled upon this gem of a blog, The Makayla Lynn. The thing I love most is how easy her page is to navigate. By clicking the blog tab located at the top of her blog, it drops down many sections such as lifestyle, blogging, college and wellness. I love this feature because although she is a very well-versed writer, it allows readers to quickly find the information they are looking for easily! It is very user-friendly and I love that! Her blog is laid out very well, and the color scheme and font gives it a sophisticated look! 

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Eyeliner Wings $ Pretty Things

Just like Makayla Lynn’s blog, I specifically love the format of Eyeliner Wings $ Pretty Things. It has a very clean design, and is again, very user-friendly! Paige, the writer behind Eyeliner and Wings $ Pretty Things, is a college graduate from New York. She has had a passion for writing and started her blog in her sophomore year of college to really put her passions into play. Writings from her blog have even been featured in POPSUGAR and Seventeen Magazine which is really awesome and another major reason to check out her blog!

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Her Campus

I have been a frequent visitor of Her Campus for as long as I can remember. What I find so awesome about them is that their content is written by more than 7,000 contributors. I would consider this site more of an online magazine than a blog but I still think it should be included in this list for just how awesome it is. Its main purpose is focused on empowering college women, which I find so amazing and think it is just what the world needs right now!

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Jessica Slaughter

AHHH, one of my favorites and one of the inspirations of this blog you’re reading now; Jessica Slaughter! I have been following Jessica on her journey for quite some time now. I have always admired how open and honest she is with everything she writes. Her writing has inspired a lot of my writing as well! 

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College Fashionista 

The funny thing is, when I first started this blog, I intend to base it on College Fashionista. I started using this blog even before I was enrolled in college. I think that is something that makes them so successful. Even though their target audience is college-age students, her blog appears to more than just that! The blog has a great aesthetic and the content is out of this world!

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Intern Queen 

And last, but certainly not least, Intern Queen. This site allows you to put in your industry you’re looking into for an internship and a location. It then generates internships around the area and you can directly apply. Not only that but the site offers perfect advice on information on how to acquire knowledge and tips for real-world stuff!

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I hope you check out these awesome blogs! Be sure to let me know if they helped you in any way! Keep reading and as always, GO COUGS!

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