I love to read. I have read a lot of different kinds of books, and newsletters. But there are certain newsletters I love reading the most. They are informative, thought-provoking, and educational.
It is often difficult to know what to read, especially if you do not follow any specific schedule. There are millions of websites and newsletters out there. It can be hard to narrow down to a handful that is worth reading in your free time. Here is my list of the 5 newsletters I enjoy reading the most and why?
I have found five newsletters that I enjoy reading. Hopefully, you can find something useful here.
1. The Brit Co.
I've been subscribed to this newsletter for over a decade. And it has always been one of my favourites. On Saturdays, they send out a short email with the subject line “ Your Weekend Scroll”. Yes, I am filled with excitement while opening their newsletter. It is like flipping through a beautiful magazine which caters to all my likes and interests. It has decor ideas, relationship advice, interesting stories to read, shows to binge on, the recipe of the week and so much more. The newsletter is artistically designed with boho-chic vibes.
This is another newsletter I've been subscribed to for over a year—and it is pretty great. Alex sends out newsletters once every week. Each week he shares insightful lessons learned from a new book. He also shares actionable ideas to improve your life. The thing that I like about his newsletters is that they are full of value and resources. I never miss reading his newsletters. They are worth opening.
It is another newsletter that has become one of my favourites in recent months. It's full of wonderful resources for parents. Sami from Sunnyseed believes in a holistic approach to motherhood, combining science and research with a mama's heart. She aims to help new parents to find more joy, intention, and confidence in parenting. She believes parents deserve simple, accurate information to help their children - practical advice that works. And she delivers the same with her newsletters.
This newsletter is as interesting as its name. James Clear, author of Atomic Habits is behind this newsletter. I read Atomic Habits a couple of years ago. It was mentioned in the book about this newsletter. I was very inspired by the book and immediately enrolled on his newsletters. As the name suggests, it talks about 3 ideas from the author and 2 quotes from famous personalities and it leaves you with 1 question to ponder upon. Trust me, it's one of the best newsletters out there. There are over 10,00,000 people subscribed to his newsletter.
5. Beth Kempton
I read her book Wabi Sabi last year and fell in love with her writings. Reading her work is like talking to an old friend who we get to meet only 3 times a year. Beth Kempton is a Japanologist, bestselling author, life coach and mama. Her newsletters are like love notes, one feels happy after reading them.
What are your favourite newsletters?
Share your favourites with me!
I was inspired to write this blog post because I love these newsletters. I wanted to share them with you all. I hope that something sparks your interest, whether it's the topic, the design or the people behind them. So many great newsletters have gone out of business over the last few years, but thankfully there are plenty of gems out there that we can subscribe to.