For all those times when your well of creativity has run dry, find your inspiration in the blogs of these entrepreneurs whose success and passion will leaving you feeling energized and ready to start something new.
Herriott Grace– A father-daughter duo living on opposite sides of Canada, Herriot Grace is an uniquely inspiring story of a true craftsman and a gifted visual storyteller coming together to create something special. Lucky for us, the pair share even more on their blog.
Jane Reaction – A huge creative force in the graphic and web design industry, Erin Jane (goes by Jane) created the look for widely-recognized, contemporary publications like Kinfolk and continues to produce beautiful, modern designs today. Follow her blog for glimpses of her life, projects, and sweet little family for pure design inspiration.
El Camino Travel – For those who pore over travel blogs for hours on end to get a taste of someone else’s nomadic life, El Camino Travel’s blog will have you hooked. This unique travel company is dedicated to providing authentic travel experiences to clients and has a blog full of content to prove it.
Wit & Delight– Brand consultant and dynamic creative entrepreneur, Kate Arends has created a website that not only offers constant inspiration but health and wellness tips. After struggling to cope with her own mental illness, Arends reminds all of us that being self-made also requires a healthy dose of self-care.
Artifact Uprising– Photographers and printers, Artifact Uprising can print your social media images on eco-friendly materials and even turn them into a beautifully bound book or frame them with handmade beetle wood to boot. While they’re not preserving your memories, they run a blog on which to share them and build a community around. All the while, encouraging their users to contribute and #TellOn.
Dear Coffee, I Love You– If you’ve ever wanted to know what it was like to sit in cafés around the world and drink coffee from the perspective of a true caffeinated expert, this is the blog you’ll want to read. While giving you a detailed description of the places they sit and sip, the gang behind this effort will also kindly remind you that behind every bean is a farmer and their family worth knowing too.
The Selby– Few other photographers have captured an audience’s attention the way that Todd Selby has. His candid collection of people in their places around the world not only inspires some serious design envy, but gives us a look into the intimate spaces of both the homes and hearts of his subjects.
Savvy Studio– For a peek inside the minds of a fully loaded creative studio, check out Savvy Studio, whose skills span a wide range of everything from package design to interiors. Read their blog for detailed descriptions of both their creative and decision-making processes for each client.
Pop-Up City– Inspired by the fast-paced evolution of the way life is lived, the folks behind Pop-Up City began a blog about where it’s being lived. With a focus on urban and city life, here you can read about the ways in which people are influencing and creating change on both a micro and macro level.
Casey Neistat– After successfully convincing Nike to give him complete creative freedom while filming their commercial, Neistat garnered a huge following for his quirky and irreverent behavior. Follow him on his YouTube channel and try to spot him on the streets of New York City while he films his day to day on Snapchat.
Written by Katherine Oakes a health and lifestyle writer and dedicated hatha yoga instructor based in the New York City area.
Featured image by El Camino Travel