FreeAffirmations (who currently have the largest collection of free positive affirmations online - they have affirmations for over 350+ topics, which boils down to over 10,000 positive affirmations)
The Opening Post
The blog has opened with a post from the founder, Thomas Allan - a post titled "How Positive Affirmations Changed My Life" - the clue is in the title, but it is a lengthly post about how he has used affirmations for over 20 years and how they helped him to find financial success in business and in all areas of his life.
They say the blog will have 3 aims:
1. To provide inspirational stories to inspire their readers. They want to share personal success stories in life, business, social development, confidence enhancement - all areas of life transformation. A picture paints 1000 words, and an inspiration story can be the same - it can trigger ambition, drive and be the spark which ignites self belief.
2. To give "no-nonsense how to's". They want to provide step by step guides for achieving success. They want to show you how to go from A to B and all of the steps you need to take to get there. So many blogs offer hints and mini guides with the aim of pushing you to their product.. well Free Affirmations don't have anything to sell and believe that self improvement information should be available for free - and this is exactly what they will do; offer their How Tos completely for free.
3. To make it a personal space, run for YOU, by YOU. They will take requests, write about new developments and current trends in self improvement, they will answer questions and they are actively encouraging guest blogs - for people to write in with something to say and share their voice. It won't just be a static blog, but somewhere to hang out and interact.
Yes, they want to run the blog and actively feature inspiring self improvement bloggers - if you have a method to share or a story to tell then they want to hear from you and share your work with their growing active audience too.
They do have some strict guidelines as they want the blog to be high quality and real and give out real actionable steps to people, but if you are interested you can take a look at: