Why I Love My Competition- Women Supporting Women

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Yes, a woman can make a living from blogging. There are approximately 19 million women who write blogs, and many of them are making a substantial living from their blog writing alone.

Why I Love Blogs Written By Women

I love seeing so many bright women using the art of writing to express themselves. I’ve read blog posts from other women on their experiences as a mother, or career goals, or perhaps relationship struggles. There are so many remarkable stories and words of wisdom that I have read from my fellow female writers.

I can’t tell you how many hours of my precious life I have spent reading the stories and advice that my fellow females have shared from across the globe. #femalebloggers

I can’t tell you how many times I have read a blog post written by a woman and thought “Thank God Someone Understands Me”.

There are so many bloggers out there that have got me through tough times. Times where I thought I wasn’t a good enough mother. Times where married life was looking a little blue.

Bloggers helped me fight through my first pregnancy and then my missed miscarriage. My financial struggles. My anxiety attacks and so much more.

Take Note:


The words you publish do make a difference in the lives of others. One shared story can impact multiple lives.

As a female blogger, mother and working mom who was once also a stay-at-home mom I fully support #womensupportingwomen ♥♥♥♥. 

Remember That You Need To Do You In Order To Make A Difference 

As women, we all need to work together to lift each other up instead of bring each other down. Part of the key to success is living your true self (which means doing what makes you happy).

That’s why recently, I decided that I wanted to assist some of my fellow female bloggers in their blogging efforts. As a writer, I know that my fellow writers put their heart into their work. They give it their all.

Any blogger knows that getting high quality external links is the most important factor in blog ranking. This is why I decided to partner with other bloggers who, like me, love to empower women.

female bloggers that are making a difference

I’ve made a section on my website just for female bloggers titled “Women Bloggers Who Are Killin’ It” and I included strong females who I believe are excellent bloggers. Their drive is to make a difference in the quality of life for women.

You know, there’s nothing damnable about being a strong woman. The world needs strong women. There are a lot of strong women you do not see who are guiding, helping, mothering strong men. They want to remain unseen. It’s kind of nice to be able to play a strong woman who is seen. -Ginger Rogers

I Like Being A Strong Woman

And I also like supporting the strong women around me. The world needs strong women.

Some of my favorite female role models the have changed the world:

  • Marie Curie- Scientist who discovered Radium and Polonium. 
  • Amelia Earhart- First lady to fly solo across the Atlantic. It is believed that recently her bones were discovered in Nikumaroro. 
  • Helen Keller- Against all odds she was an impactful humanitarian. 
  • Esther- Biblical brave Queen who saved her people.  
  • Joan of Arc- Led the french army to victory only to be burned at the stake a year later for her beliefs. 
  • Sacajawea- Led Lewis and Clark with a baby on her back. 
  • Venus Serena Williams- Strong tennis players that have each won numerous titles. 
  • Mary Magdalene- An important figure in the Bible that gave proof that women could be just as close to God as men

It’s time we tag team and work together to promote the beauty of womanhood. Who is with me?

Who is your favorite #StrongWoman?

Share below.

-Holly, the imperfect momma.

The Christian Working Mom Blog



  1. Hi Holly! I am a new blogger! I built my site and added content all by myself (not perfect yet) My niche is women empowerment and reaching all your goals. This is a great post! I love content from other women. So inspiring!

    Keep it coming!


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