Living in today’s online world is a lot like a treasure hunt. I’m sure you ladies would agree that most of the content these days stir more insecurity rather than confidence. You really need to search far and wide to find ‘gems’ worth reading, which is why I’m all the more glad for the following sites…
I was first introduced to Set Apart Girl as an online magazine. I was in my early 20’s and felt that not a single magazine in the market really spoke to me. So when I saw this gem, it definitely felt like an answered prayer. With its main focus on Christ-centered femininity, each article is written to inspire women to live a life worthy of the cross. Beyond its pretty layout, this site has challenged me to choose convictions over compromises, to desire more of Christ, and to go for a life set apart for His glory.
TIP! You can still download some of their back issues for free on Issuu.
Purpose, passion, potential—such amazing words to include in a site’s mission. And for Propel Women, it does just that. It serves as a platform for women to be encouraged and empowered to be the person God has called them to be. It also enlists the help of godly men and women to write about leadership, family, faith, and life. Not much of a reader? Check out their videos and watch guests talk as they share their insights on a variety of topics.
TIP! Download the Propel Collective for free by signing up for an account.
It’s a rare thing these days to find unretouched photos of women on magazines. Thankfully, Darling is a true believer in authentic beauty. Part of their creative manifesto is to “never use Photoshop to alter women’s faces or bodies.” Instead, they choose to see women as who they are and who they could be. With articles on food, style, beauty, culture, and career, the Darling blog invites readers to discover the art of being a woman.
TIP! Darling Magazine is available here in Manila. Check out Heima for the details.