I hit 3000 unique visitor mark in June without writing a single blog post.
Turned out more and more people are entering things like “millennial blogs in the uk”, “best millennial blogs uk” and “millennials uk” into Google.
Google thinks that I’m the best millennial blog in the UK. Fair enough and thank you.
There’s clearly a growing interest in understanding the millennial mindset in the UK and I was able to experience it first-hand through my site stats.
Interestingly, a year ago, when I started this blog, nobody even knew what “millennial” was.
Now, the UK’s national press is all over it and you know things are getting serious when the BBC, Telegraph, Independent or the Guardian write about millennials more than they should.
Google also thinks I’m pretty good at millennial work stuff. Grand!
My initial thought for this blog post was to put together a list of all the UK millennial blogs, but since there are not many of them/us (just me, pretty much), I decided to create a resource of “The Best Millennials Blogs Overall”.
Here it is:
#1 Y Pulse
Y Pulse is New York based agency providing strategic insights to marketers via their tools, data and research about Millennials.
Their blog is my go-to-site anything stats and research related.
#2 GEN Y GIRL
Probably my favourite one-man-band blog.
Gen Y Girl is Kayla Cruz. Twentysomething. Annoyed with corporate bs. Obsessed with Gen-Y. Letting current leadership know what Gen-Yers want. Not bratty. Just opinionated.
#3 Levo (previously known as Levo League)
Levo is an empowering movement for Millennial women, that grants its members digital access to mentors, a community of professionals, job postings, and live chats with prominent business role models.
Since it was founded in 2012, Levo has attracted a community of over 9 million users.
To date, the start-up has raised over $8 million in funding, adding $7 million from its last round of Angel funding in early 2014. Prominent U.S. investors in Levo include Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook.
Millennial Marketing team provides insight and commentary on the latest Millennial consumer and marketing trends.
Editor JEFF FROMM is known as the “Millennial Marketing Guy”™.
“Because every job is temporary“ – not just a great tag-line.
Packed with practical advice on anything career-related. With millennials in mind.
#6 Elite Daily
Massively popular among the millennials.
The Voice Of Generation-Y; news from your world delivered the way you want to hear it.
Elite Daily feels like Buzzfeed without pets, or Millennial Huff Po.
Belgium-based blog by Joeri Van den Bergh and Mattias Behrer (Manager at MTV).
Their blog is all about latest marketing trends and brands that millennials love.
Mic is a media company focused on news for a generation known as the “millennials”. The company reaches 19 million unique monthly visitors and has a higher composition of 18- to 34-year-old readers than any other millennial-focused news site, includingBuzzFeed and Vice.
#9 THE UNLOST
It is a blog about the issues that young adults think about and sometimes don’t think other people are thinking about. Especially when you have an older generation telling us that what we consider are problems don’t count.
Why it’s OK not to know exactly what you want to do with your life — and you can, in fact, use this uncertainty to your advantage.
“A blog about what you’ve been thinking but had no way to say.”
“A community of people trying to find WTF is going on in life!”
#10 Amanda Abella
Amanda Abella is an online business coach, speaker and author of the Amazon bestselling book “Make Money Your Honey: A Spirited Entrepreneur’s Guide to Having a Love Affair with Work and Money”.
She is committed to helping millennials have a better relationship with work and money by means of entrepreneurship, online marketing and abundance mindset.
This girly millennial blog looks scarily like mine, with the huge difference – with their 50 writers, they write 3 articles a day, which makes it 21 articles a week and 84 articles a month (more than I’ve written in a year and a half).
#12 Chelsea Krost
Chelsea is one of the best-known millennial advocate in the US. She is a public figure, radio host and media personality.
Over the past 7 years Chelsea has partnered with a multitude of brands in various capacities. Chelsea is dedicated to create activation for brands to attract and engage Millennial’s in innovative and exciting ways by using her radio show and social network.
#13 Generation Y
Seeking change in your working life? Looking to retain GenY staff? Well, it’s time to ‘Wake up and smell the coffee’ because we’re in a new age of working!
Generationy.com is a blog about productivity, remote working & lifestyle design advice for Gen Y.
#14 Wait But Why
Wait but who? The blog I don’t quite get. It talks about all kind of weird things. It’s definitely millennial. Or anti-millennial.
Work Smarter. Live Better. Pants Optional.
Living entrepreneurially is about working smarter and living better. Life Without Pants is itself a metaphor for living without restrictions.
A self-made entrepreneur, Matt spent the past several years living the “new” American dream, one that doesn’t involve climbing the corporate ladder or holding out for that gold watch and retirement plan – instead, paving my own road, learning new things, living fully, and taking on new challenges each day.
#16 The Gen Y Blog
The Gen Y Blog that is redesigning the workforce.
“Eat sober, write drunk.”
“Never, Never Move Closer to Work.”
“Doing Things is Not the Same as Getting Things Done.”
“The Gen Y email signature.”
#17 Under 30 CEO
Since graduating from school six years ago, Matt and Jared have been on a quest…
A quest not to get a real job.
A quest not to listen to what society tells us to do.
And a quest to have a sh*tload of fun instead of being chained to our desk somewhere.
Then they started to travel… and things got REALLY interesting.
#18 Broke Millennial
The journey of a 26-year-old Erin learning to be a fiscally responsible member of “Generation Me.”
“Since my fateful first lesson in economics I’ve become fascinated with building wealth and understanding money. Unfortunately, some of my fellow millennials don’t find money so empowering.
I started this site to increase financial literacy — mostly through telling funny financial tales from my own life and sneaking in an actual money lesson.”
Samantha studies people for a living. She is a marketer.
For the last few years, she has been focused studying Millennials. Recently, she expanded the focus to include GenZ, because they have rapidly become a highly influential demographic, one that is having a significant impact on marketing and branding.
Sometimes, she talks to the press about Millennials and Generation Z.
#21 Growing Leaders
Growing Leaders offers events, tools and comprehensive programs that promote healthy character and leadership development in the next generation.
Dr. Tim Elmore is a leading authority on how to understand the next generation and prepare tomorrow’s leaders today. He is a best-selling author and international speaker.
#22 Hello Giggles
Positive online news. Never serious. Always pop-cultur. Always smiles. In a satirical – very millennial – way.
Hello Giggles have 3 million fans on Facebook, btw.
Jenny Blake inspires you to WAKE UP to your life – not to sleepwalk through it, or live it based on others’ expectations.
Jenny wants you to LIVE BIG – to go all out, to take great leaps, and to take big risks even if you are afraid of failure…especially when you are afraid of failure. Finally, she want to help you to live the life of purpose and greatness.
Miss Millennia Magazine is for millennial women who are transitioning from college to the real world.
Michelle Ward is a career coach. She helps creative women get out of their soul-sucking, energy-draining jobs and into work that feels like play (while still being a grown-up).
If you’re wondering what you wanna be when you grow up – and how to get there – When I Grow Up Coach is the good place to start.
#26 Generation Meh
Generation Meh is focused on providing practical personal development tips, tricks, and guidance for twenty and thirty-somethings, who are skeptical of the traditional American Dream.
GenMeh promotes self-actualization for slackers, offers up post-modern pep talks and tough love beat-downs and serves as a not so subtle soapbox.
#27 Lindsey Pollak
Lindsey Pollak helps organizations attract, engage and train our global leaders of tomorrow.
A New York Times best-selling author and internationally recognized millennial expert, Lindsey offers keynote speeches and training sessions that inspire multigenerational collaboration and foster individual and organizational success.
#28 Y Working
A blog about the new generation of work by Matt Elliott.
yworking.com was created as a response to every person, who has ever claimed Generation Y lacks ‘work ethic’. It has been born not to refute that statement, but instead to question the very premise of it.
On this blog, we’ll work under the assumption that ‘work ethic’ does not really exist and has never existed.
Insightful blog I discovered via podcast.
A toolbox for young leaders.
What did I miss?