Every October, The Nester conducts a 31 Days linkup where hundreds of bloggers commit to blogging for 31 consecutive days about a particular topic. Well, we scoured the World Wide Web and chose twenty one 31 Days series that we thought would appeal to you. You can check them out below.
Ann Voskamp of A Holy Experience has a way with words that tugs at our heart strings. In this series, she blogs about God’s presence using scripture, stunning photographs and music.
Missional Women is a site dedicated to world missions and portrays content from a variety of contributors. In this series, they share the various aspects of living a missional life.
Caroline Collie of With Love, From Here is on a mission to seek out God’s glorious goodness in the mundane. Her real-life stories and spiritual takeaways are truly an encouragement.
Business & Blogging
Leigh Ann and Nikki of Christian Mommy Blogger are passionate about helping Christian women become better bloggers. In this series they share a variety of ways you can make your blog more reader friendly.
Trine of Creative Pink Butterfly is in the process of revamping her blog planner. She shares the entire process on the blog along with free printables to help you create your own blog planner.
Beth Cranford is passionate about helping women find their ideal business. In this series she shares a step by step process to help you choose a viable business idea.
When it comes to online business and blogs, SEO is a necessity. Connie of Small is Enough shares SEO tips during this 31 days series that are especially geared towards beginners.
Edie of Life in Grace and Ruth of Living Well Spending Less are on a life changing quest for the next 31 days. You can find the “Less” posts at Life in Grace and the “More” posts at Living Well Spending Less.
I love the tagline of Mandy’s blog – From Lukewarm to Zealous Pursuit. And for the 31 days she shares how we can actively work towards having greater self-discipline in our lives.
There are so many things we’d like to do if only we had the time for it. Sarah of Plain + Small shares how we can unplug the television and have more time for the things that truly matter.
Jolene Engle of The Alabaster Jar has brought together a team of women to share their personal stories of how God worked in their marriages. This is a great series to follow if you want to have a better marriage.
Crystal Brothers of Serving Joyfully is not exactly blogging 31 days in a row. Instead, she has an ongoing challenge where she posts different ways wives can do something to intentionally love their husbands each day.
Ashley of The Christian Wife Life is writing 31 days straight about respecting her husband. There are excellent tips there on how we too can respect the various aspects of our husbands’ lives.
Ashley of Domestic Fashionista shares on her blog 31 different ways we can serve our husbands through the good days and the bad.
Health & Fitness
KM Logan shares on her blog practical tips and ways to lead our families towards healthy living. She shares her own practical experiences about how she is eliminating toxins, eating healthy and developing a healthy lifestyle for her entire family.
Joan Kerrigan of Fit Journey 50 is a runner, certified personal trainer, nutritionist, and fitness writer, and she’s over 50! In this series she shares valuable insight on how to lose fat, gain endurance, flexibility, speed, and strength.
Delia of Confessions of a Semi-Domesticated Mama uses the 31 Days series to share how she’s been organizing her entire home over the last few months.
Heidi of Operation Organization is posting on her blog, organizing solutions that are easy to implement. These will help you create an orderly and peaceful environment in your home, and a simpler lifestyle.
Crystal of A Well-Feathered Nest is creating one free printable a day for 31 days. These printables are free for now, but may be taken down and added to her Etsy shop in the near future.
The Mad Minx is sharing 31 free printables on her blog. There are printables for a variety of things such as finances, daily routines and homemaking.
Laura Jane of Super Sweet Life has some colorful and really pretty printables on her blog. You can get a variety of them for free during her 31 days series.
This is not an exhaustive list, just a few dozen that caught my eye. If you want to see the complete list (it’s gigantic), you’ll have to visit The Nester.
Are you doing a 31 days series on your blog this October? Leave a link in the comments below and we’ll come visit.