Top 5 Sites for Millennial Women

One reason I ended my fashion blog, Classy and Fab Girl is because I felt like the fashion blog world was completely saturated. Although I love reading fashion blogs, I just didn’t feel like I could contribute anything that wasn’t already out there. Hence the reason I started Influential Gal because personal/professional websites for millennial women aren’t as common and throw in a podcast, and well it’s a little different than what everyone else is doing.

Today, I thought I would share the 5 top websites for millennial women. These sites I’m recommending, I have either been going to for inspiration for years to they have become my new favorites. They all offer something just a little different but I have found all of them very valuable. Feel free to leave your favorite inspirational websites for millennial women in the comments below.

Top 5 Sites

1. The EveryGirl – This is hands-down one of my all-time favorite websites for millennial women. I actually had the opportunity to hear one of the co-founders speak last year, which made my “fan girl” experience all the more sweeter. This is a website that I go to for all sorts of inspiration but my two favorite things they offer are home tours of absolutely beautiful (not super expensive) spaces and career profiles of women who are totally rocking it in their work. I highly recommend this site if you need a creative pick-me-up.

A few of my favorite articles include:

2. Levo – I recently came across this very interesting website. Levo is community for women looking for mentoring, jobs, career advice and peer networking. What I was most interested by is the mentors they have for you to ask questions and get an inside scoop on how they reached success. They have everyone from Chelsea Clinton to a few big-time bloggers that you can ask for their advice.

A few of my favorite articles include:

3. Career Contessa (Honest conversations about work and life) – Career Contessa has everything from inspirational profiles on women who have killer careers to articles analyzing the latest health trends. What I think makes Career Contessa unique is that it lists some great job openings by city and industry.

A few of my favorite articles include:

4. theCEOffice – In this case CEO stands for Chief Encouragement Officer. This group’s purpose is to encourage other entrepreneurial women in their journey to grow their business and left’s be honest, that is something we all need while starting a new venture. They feature monthly meet-ups in cities like Chicago and Kansas City. I haven’t been to an event yet but have heard good things.

A few of my favorite articles include:

5. She Is Fierce! – This is one of the newest websites I have ran across and I am intrigued by their goal of empowering women. She is Fierce! is a social movement that gives women the tools, inspiration and community support to make their dreams happen.  They feature contributors from all around the world that cover a robust amount of topics. I love that they have a Fierce Women section where they profile women who are leading awesome lives.

A few of my favorite articles include:

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4 Comments on Top 5 Sites for Millennial Women

  1. Kelly Youngs
    April 22, 2015 at 2:30 pm (3 years ago)

    Thank you so much Lauren for including SheIsFierceHQ.com as one of your Top 5 sites for Millennial Women! I am so honored to be the founder of this incredible community of Fierce Women sharing and helping each other grow. We’d love to have you as a Fierce Contributor too!

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  2. Melissa
    April 22, 2015 at 4:54 pm (3 years ago)

    Thank you for including theCEOffice in your list of sites. I enjoy empowering and encouraging women and can’t wait to check out the other sites you mentioned. Congratulations on your new venture! I look forward to having the opportunity to meet you!

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  3. Nikole
    April 22, 2015 at 6:15 pm (3 years ago)

    Such a great list. theCEOffice Creative Chics events are fab. Such an encouraging environment of women biz peeps!

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  4. Melissa
    April 26, 2015 at 12:29 am (3 years ago)

    Thank you @Nikole!! Appreciate your support. :)

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