10 Black Lifestyle Blogs to Add to Your Reading List

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Are you looking for the perfect black lifestyle blogs to follow? Are you interested in fashion, drinks, vegan dishes, or the latest about the black community? Several intelligent Black bloggers have continued to serve us with entertaining and invaluable information regarding food, beauty, fashion, mom life, and all things lifestyle. 

In this article, we will show you ten (10) sound black lifestyle blogs you can follow for anything lifestyle.

10 Black Lifestyle Blogs You Should Add to Your Reading List

  1. Scout the City
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Source: https://scoutthecity.com/category/lifestyle/#/

Lifestyle blogger Sai De Silva runs Scout The City. Sai writes about everything related to cooking, women’s fashion, exercise, and travel. She also tries various styles on herself and her daughter, London Scout, whom she named the blog after.

You can also find her on YouTube, where she gives general life tips. 

  1. One Girl, One World
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Source: https://www.onegirl-oneworld.com/

As a high-spirited and self-love advocate, Francesca uses her blog to inspire and educate Black women on skincare tips, the best skincare products to travel with, how to take care of their natural curls, and how to enjoy traveling solo for the first time.

Having been featured in Washington Post and Forbes, Francesca’s One Girl, One World is one blog you can’t resist.

  1. The Gentlemen’s Standard
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Source: https://gentlemenstandard.com/

Glenn Antoine Palmer founded The Gentlemen’s Standard in response to the need to alter the narrative media outlets present about men of color and how some of these men also see themselves. 

Palmer uses his blog to reframe how Black men and other men of color view culture, life, and fashion, demonstrating that black men also had a hand in slaying fashionably. 

  1. O. Christine Blog
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Source: https://ochristine.com/

Olivia Christine is an Afro-Latina travel and wellness expert. She uses her blog to share resources that can help you unlock a happy, healthy, and traveling life. Things to look out for:

  • Travel guides and tips for your next adventurous getaway
  • Outdoor and wellness guides for self-care
  • Remote work tips to help you reach work-life balance
  1. Where Did U Get That
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Source: https://wheredidugetthat.com/

Karen’s “Where Did U Get That?” blog is ideal for getting a street-style outfit. As a witty fashion and street-style blogger, Karen combines her writing and photography talents and offers advice on street-style dressing through her interviews with subjects in which she asks, “Where did you get that?” 

  1. Raven Elyse 
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Source: https://ravenelysetv.com/

Raven Elyse started blogging in high school about simple hair hacks and make-up tutorials. As a young single Black mom, Ryan shares her journey raising her daughter alone, experiences, challenges, adventures, and some fashion tips on her blog.

  1. Sweet Potato Soul
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Source: https://sweetpotatosoul.com/

Are you trying to begin your vegan journey? Or have you already gone a long way? Sweet Potato Soul makes your vegan journey easier. Founded by vegan chef Jenné, this blog updates weekly with delicious, healthy, and, most importantly, simple vegan recipes. 

Do you need vegan cookbooks? She has got you covered as well!

  1. Mater Mea
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Source: https://matermea.com/

Mater Mea (pronounced mah-ter may-uh) is Latin for ‘my mother.’ It was launched in 2012 by Tomi Akintunde to help Black mothers balance work and family. Through the content and community, black moms and soon-to-be moms can share and ask questions concerning anything relating to motherhood and career. Think of Mater Mea as the “Black Mom Google,” as you can count on them for every stage of motherhood. 

  1. Cuisine Noir
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Source: cuisinenoirmag.com

Cuisine Noir lauds itself as the “first digital magazine that connects the African diaspora through food, drink and travel” and “a culinary publication that complements readers’ lifestyles and desire for a diverse epicurean experience.” A surf through the blog proves they are not bluffing.

The recipe section combines traditional dishes from the African diaspora with contemporary ingredients from the culinary world. A special section of the cookbook features Black-owned wineries, breweries, and distilleries worldwide. 

The blog also adds reviews of products and cookbooks, interviews with chefs and businesspeople, and coverage of vacation and luxury tales.

  1. Trendy curvy
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Source: https://trendycurvy.com/

Christine’s Trendy Curvy is one of the best Black lifestyle blogs for plus-sized women. As a fashion blogger, Christine’s mission is to prove to curvy women that they can be as stylish and fabulous as every other woman. She shares lifestyle, fashion, beauty, clothing, and travel tips.

Several other Black lifestyle blogs address various issues in the lifestyle niche. However, you can go ahead to add these to your reading list while you dive deeper for others.

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Shalom Ngbala-Okpabi
Shalom Ngbala-Okpabi
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