Career Girl’s can find inspiration anywhere and everywhere, from the morning’s news to an overheard conversation in your local coffee shop, so it’s hardly shocking that there are an abundance of magazines out there packed full of tips, tricks and Career Girl appropriate content. Here are a few you haven’t heard of…
Raspberry magazine is perfect for bloggers and business owners. This pretty digital magazine is designed to be a supportive community for women and has really interesting interviews with blog and business superstars, so you can get your fix of motivation and inspiration while flicking through a magazine on your computer! Read more on how to make your blog a success here.
Another one for bloggers! This magazine is available in both print and ebook editions and deals with all the ins-and-outs of blogging, from serious issues like Imposter syndrome to how ad blockers affect your blog. A must-read for all aspiring bloggers. There are some websites you should follow if you want to be a successful blogger, too. Check them out here!
Myslexia is for women writers and focuses on great new fiction, the trials and tribulations of being a female writer, writing tips, tricks and competitions and how to get published. If you’re passionate about writing and don’t mind the English writing style (we don’t use z as much as you Americans do!), you should pick it up! It’s seriously inspiring and available to subscribe through your phone, too!
Harvard Business Review
If you’re serious about business, you have to read the materials out there that can support you. Harvard Business Review is a pretty trusted source when it comes to start-up success, March’s issue looks at marketing in the age of social media – something that all Career Girls need help with. Check out our list of courses that will change your life!
Propel is designed for Women Who Lead, so if you’re wondering if you have what it takes to be in charge, or how to find your purpose, Propel’s got your back. Packed full with tips, q+a’s and handy features to inspire, you can climb that career ladder with a spring in your step!