30 Top Women Bloggers of Aha!NOW

Aha!NOW blog community is full of vibrant women bloggers who help and influence other women. This post is to honor the top 30 women bloggers of AhaNOW.
A smiling woman blogger with laptop

Hey! Happy International Women’s Day to one and all! I thought today was the perfect day to celebrate the top women bloggers that are a part of the Aha!NOW blog community – something new I’m starting at my blog.

It’s my way of thanking these wonderful women bloggers for being a part of the blog and my blogging journey.

If you remember in my earlier post I’d written about understanding women in today’s world to highlight how empowered and influential women have become around the globe.

Of course, when I say the world, I mean all the countries. Women might fare better in some countries, but my concern also goes to those in the developing and the third world countries.

Today’s post is about the wonderful women bloggers you might have come across on my blog, and to share a little about them with you.

Men, don’t be disheartened! Don’t worry, there’s something for you wonderful men too at the end of the post – so keep reading!

one of smiling women bloggers working on laptop

Women Bloggers & Their Life

Blogging today is helping women in a big way.

Blogging has become a boon for the disadvantaged, unprivileged, suppressed, oppressed, as well as the talented woman – apart from the enterprising and liberated woman.

There are so many women bloggers in the world today, and they are writing about anything and everything under the Sun.

I read somewhere that according to the Pew Research Center, there are nearly 18.9 million women who write blogs! Isn’t that commendable!

Times are tough for everyone. However, with these tough economic times, the ability of women bloggers to earn and contribute to their household’s income cannot be overlooked.

A woman is the full circle. Within her is the power to create, nurture and transform.

Diane Mariechild

How Blogging is Helping Women Bloggers

As a woman, I can definitely say that blogging has provided me a voice of my own. It’s also a great way to connect with people, make new friends, reach out and help others too.

Blogging is helping women bloggers, as now –

  • They are able to earn a living through their blogs by blogging and the work they do online. This has helped them to be financially independent.
  • They have the freedom to choose the life they want to lead by working on their terms.
  • Women bloggers can choose to express themselves and their feelings when they wish to, without having to wait for anyone’s permission.
  • They are more committed, determined, and focused in their goals. Blogging gives them a purpose in life to be happy.
  • They can help others in the Blogosphere by sharing their lives and experiences.
  • Besides being homemakers, wives, mothers, daughters, sisters, and grannys, these women bloggers are making a name for themselves by working online also.
  • It’s helping them develop and evolve.

This list is endless, and a lot more can be added to it – so, do share your thoughts in the comments.

So, if you are a woman and have a story to tell, or you feel you have a voice, there’s absolutely NO reason you shouldn’t blog about it.

Take up blogging if you feel you’ve a flair for writing, marketing skills, or any other ability that can achieve its potential through blogging. You can always tap on the Aha!NOW blog community for help.

Go out and start blogging – women bloggers rock!

A woman is like a tea bag: you cannot tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water.

Eleanor Roosevelt

Top Women Bloggers of Aha!NOW

This is a little surprise for all of you – isn’t it?

I’ve been wanting to give back something to the awesome women bloggers of Aha!NOW who make it what it is today.

It is because of YOU that the blog exists, so you all have a major role in the making of Aha!NOW.


Being the International Women’s Day today; let me showcase the top women bloggers of the blog to all of you.

Though it’s just another day, but sometimes you and me need such days as reminders to appreciate and recognize the efforts of people who matter.

I did have a list of factors as criteria for choosing my best ladies, and I’ve mentioned them at the end of the post.

All of these are vibrant readers of Aha!NOW. They’ve spoken out, shared their views, conveyed their opinions, and become the second voice of Aha!NOW.

All of these ladies have contributed greatly to the posts. They’ve narrated their experiences and given suggestions with the sole aim of helping people learn and improve.

Here are the ‘wonder ladies’, and each one is an inspiration in herself. They’ve strong integrity and personality along with a strong belief in the self or the inner power.

They are complete persons and good human beings, rather than just being women.

You might know most of these women bloggers, and if you don’t, DO check them out –

(Note: The following list is in no particular order other than being in an alphabetical order.)

1. Adrienne Smith – Affiliate and network marketer: One of the most helpful people you’ll come across. Always there, very open-minded, and she’s with Aha!NOW since almost its beginnings.

2. Alice Chan – Inspirational author, speaker and coach: Inspires and helps others to reconnect with themselves.

3. Amandah Blackwell – Freelance, and creative writer and a young wise woman: Wears many hats, online and offline.

4. Anne Lyken-Garner – Published author, freelance writer, blogger & editor, and even a model: She’s a multi-faceted personality.

5. Annie Andre – Seasoned world traveler, mom-preneur, budding travel writer: A courageous and determined lady who knows all about travelling!

6. Betsy Henry – Authored many books, and a positive thinker: Loving mom, wife, aunt, and daughter – overall, a Zen woman.

7. Brenda Lee – Passionate about pit bulls & spreading awareness: Loves dogs and talking of girls!

8. Carol Biederman – Traveler, shopper, wife, and mom: Finds the best deals for you! A blog-entrepreneur woman.

9. Carolyn Nicander Mohr – A polygadgetist, lawyer, wife, and mom of 3: ‘The wonder woman’ and master of tech. Very compassionate and a true friend who reaches out in time of need.

10. Corina Ramos – Consultation and bookkeeping: She’s the one to contact if you ever want to know about working from home.

11. Corinne Rodrigues – Writer and motivational speaker: Helps in inspiring and helping others. A true friend to all women in need, and she expresses herself through ‘everyday gyaan’.

12. Debbie Bills – Professional Happy Maker: Helps you find happiness in everyday life. Her seasoned and practical wisdom will help you lead a happy life and improve your relationships.

13. Donna Merrill – Intuitive life coach and social media specialist: Makes personal development and online marketing pretty simple.

14. Galen Pearl – Published author: Helps you find your happy place. A woman known for her pearls of wisdom.

15. Hajra – Writer and great connector: You will find her everywhere – a psychologist by profession and a good friend as a person.

16. Ilka Flood – Network marketer and Internet Entrepreneur: Compassionate person with a flair for quotes, awesome graphics and pictures.

17. Jodi Lobozzo Aman – Author & international teacher: Heals all the way- a boon for abused children and women.

18. Lisa Buben – Social media, blogging & SEO expert: Inspires you to thrive. Your best teacher to be a blogger.

19. Lori Gosselin – Author and talks about life: Anything you want to know about happiness and life.

20. Makeba Giles – Inspiration, lifestyle, culture & family blogger: Doting mom & lover of all things.

21. Mary Stephenson – Writes about self-improvement, pets, and parties: Necessity of change that we all need. Meet her to change your life.

22. Ntathu Allen – Author, speaker, yoga teacher: Encouraging working women lead stress free lives.

23. Sally Brown – Writer in making: Helps you live and love with passion.

24. Sapna Kumari – Computer technology expert: Awesome at infographics and cartoons, & doting mom. An aspiring Indian blogger.

25. Shalu Sharma – Writes about guide to India travels: Loves travelling, and is a loving mom and great cook. Talk to her before you plan to visit India.

26. Shelley Lundquist – Business coach, speaker, entrepreneur, writer & poet: Has lots to share – She moves you!

27. Sue Neal – Lover of books, awesome writer, and learning Internet marketing: Weaves words and showers wisdom.

28. Sylviane Nuccio – Life coach & freelance writer: Helps you understand your subconscious mind.

29. Vidya Sury – Freelance writer and a wise Indian woman: Loving mom and daughter, with an ‘A-musing’ blog.

30. Viola Tam – Network Marketer: Passionate about helping mothers earn from home.

There you have it! It was sure very tough for me to make this list, and it was with a lot of deep thought that I came up with it.

As I said before, this is a wonderful resource list for every woman who either aspires to be a blogger, make a living online, or needs help in any aspect of her life.

Top Bloggers Selected Each Year

Hereon, each year you will see the top women bloggers of Aha!NOW on International Women’s Day! However, the number might increase depending on the number of women bloggers visiting this blog.

Isn’t that something wonderful!

Hey guys! Don’t get disheartened because YOU too matter, and I appreciate each one of you for being a part of the blog as well.

There would definitely be a special post on the ‘30 Top Men Bloggers of Aha!NOW’, which shall roll on International Men’s Day! (Update: This post was uploaded on 19th Nov)

Yes, you heard it right – there IS an International Men’s Day too that’s celebrated in most countries on the 19th of November each year – so that will be the day for you guys!

However, ladies and gentlemen there are some criteria, which I’ve come up with that you need to qualify to be the top bloggers of the Aha!NOW blog community.

It could be one, two, or a combination of the following-

  • Quality of comments
  • Frequency of comments
  • Length of comments
  • Social sharing
  • And, of course you need to check the Aha!NOW blog community page for more. 🙂

If you’re one of the recipients and you wish to put up the award banner on your blog, you can contact me through the contact form or email me to send you a smaller banner. However, if you feel like using the one on this post, you’re free to do so!

Woman is the companion of man, gifted with equal mental capacity.

M. K. Gandhi

Here is wishing all of you women bloggers – a very Happy Women’s Day! Rejoice, for you are a woman! For the men, rejoice for the women in your lives – they make your life complete – don’t they?

Over to you

If you are a woman blogger, what has been your experience in the Blogosphere? For men and women, how do you assess the role of women bloggers in today’s world? Share in the comments below.

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  1. Nice concept. Very enthusiastic and motivating move. Loved the way you cared for each of your writer and put down all of their names including their intros.

    Loved reading it !

  2. I’m seeing a lot of familiar faces in this crowd, Harleena.

    Of course, I have my favorite/s — 🙂

    But they’re all pretty incredible.

    Thanks for taking the time to recognize some of the women who have really taken blogging to a high level, and have contributed so much to their readers and followers.

    And, of course, that certainly included you, Harleena!

    1. Welcome to the blog David – good to have you over!

      Oh yes…you must be knowing most of them, though one must be standing out from the rest 😉

      All these women bloggers have been an integral part of my blog and this is just a small way to honor their contributions – my way of giving back shall I say. They are an incredible lot, aren’t they? Ah..thank you for adding me to this list too!

      Thanks for stopping by and sharing your thoughts with us. Happy weekend 🙂

  3. Thanks for the list Herleena, I hope one day I would be recognized as a famous women blogger. I will check the list you have provided.


    1. Welcome to the blog Nermeen!

      Glad you liked the list of these top women bloggers of Aha!NOW 🙂

      I’m sure one day your name would be counted among the famous women bloggers as well and I wish you all the best for that also. It would be great if you check the list and connect with these wonderful women.

      Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

      BTW – Why don’t you grab yourself a Gravatar so that we know who we are talking to – just a friendly suggestion 🙂

  4. Hi Harleen,

    I came across this webpage today, and it feels really great to know that something like this is happening. Everything is so inspirational. I would really love to be a part of this community and contribute positively in whatever way possible.


    1. Welcome to the blog Vandana!

      Thanks so much for your words of appreciation, and yes, this was one way to give back something to the loyal readers of my blog, who have always been a part of the blog. You are most welcome to be a part of Aha!NOW and the blogging community, and I look forward to seeing you around visit the other posts on the blog, commenting, and interacting with others too.

      Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  5. Congrats to all these awesome ladies. Most I know and many I didn’t know. Blogging for us women has become tougher and more competitive, but what I have discovered after the 3 years I have blogged seriously, is the friendships. We just really know how to come together as a community and women are a force in numbers. You chose some really awesome ladies and I am glad to say I know many of them.

    1. Hi Sonia,

      Thank you for your wishes, and I think all of these wonderful women bloggers deserve to be here 🙂

      I’m sure you know most of them. It sure has, and especially more for women because whether we like it or not there are home duties all of us have to take care, which includes kids, family, and the house in general. I also wish things were a little simpler for us at times.

      Ah…friendships and connections we’ve made is what actually works for us, as we are online most of the time. I agree with you on that one!

      Thanks for stopping by. Have a nice weekend as well 🙂

  6. Hi Harleena,

    Very thoughtful of you to honor these 30 women in your blog. Indeed, blogging has opened a door of opportunity for women to not only express themselves, connect with like-minded women, find support, and inspiration, but also make a decent income from home. I hope the woman I marry loves blogging, like you Harleena, and become a successful online entrepreneur!

    1. Hi Matthew,

      Absolutely! All of these amazing women bloggers are a very vital part of the blog and there’s just no question not to honor them here 🙂

      Blogging has all the plus points we can think of – the best being it’s made our reach Global and helped us connect with like-minded people, many of who have turned into good friends too. Ah..- thanks for the compliment, and I’m sure you’ll find your perfect match 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by and sharing your views 🙂

  7. Special hugs and blessings Harleena, finally able to create space, sit down and savour your blog and a Massive Thank You for including me in your list. WOW!! What an honour. Keep shining and spreading your simple message of family unity and togetherness. Thank you. And yes, I’d love to display an Award Banner for my website. Massive hugs and love always.

    1. Hi Ntathu,

      Nice to have you back after long 🙂

      You are most welcome and deserving to be here with all other women bloggers. I’m glad you found time to visit the blog, and I know you’ve been rather tied up and busy past few weeks.

      I’ll just email you the code for the banner in a while, though you could even use the one in the post or on the right side if you wish.

      Thanks for stopping by. Have a nice weekend 🙂

  8. Hi Harleena. First time reader! Great stuff! 🙂 very inspirational. Maybe we should chat sometime when you are looking to write a post about the top 30 male bloggers. Although I’m not on ahanow, I’d love to guest post.

    1. Welcome to the blog Brian!

      Glad you liked the post, and yes, it’s surely one way to recognize these wonderful women bloggers – isn’t it?

      Aha…you are absolutely right – there would be a post on Men Bloggers too, just as I mentioned in the post, though they have to pass all the criteria’s mentioned above to qualify 😉

      It would be nice to have you to guest post, though you DO need to be on Aha!NOW, and be a part of the blogging community here. No harm done – isn’t it?

      Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

  9. Hi Cynthia – nice to have you back 🙂

    Glad you liked the list, and yes – each one of them is incredible in her own way.

    It’s nice that you know most of these women bloggers. I agree, we learn and grow together by going through each others blogs and sharing the knowledge. I guess that’s what blogging teaches us too – isn’t it?

    Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

  10. This is a wonderful list of incredible women. I have been so lucky over the last year to have the opportunity to read a lot of their blogs. I feel that I have grown so much from yours as well as theirs. Thank you for sharing a list of all these wonderful people.

  11. Its great to know the number of lady bloggers are increasing rapidly. Thanks for the share.

  12. Thanks for sharing. I am just seeing this post for the first time. Very inspirational and informative.

    This is a BIG challenge for MEN. I love what ladies are doing in the blogging market.. I guess this is a THREAT for MEN? Hahahha.. It is time for all BLOGGERS including WOMEN and MEN to start working together so that we can archive more and help each other grow, to achieve our aims and objectives. This is a proof that Women can do what men can do, even BETTER!

    But what about 30 Top MEN Bloggers of Aha!NOW? I look forward to read this…

    Thanks again.

    1. Hi Seun,

      As you mention later in the comment, it’s not about men and women posing challenge to each other but about working together and giving space and respect to each other to grow as bloggers. Men and Women can together refine the blogging world and make it free of gender discrimination.

      In less than a decade there has been a phenomenal increase of women bloggers in the world. It’s no threat to men, but a signal that they should not underestimate women!

      As for the award to top men bloggers, it’s going to be out in November, so hang on till then!

      Thanks for stopping by and sharing the success of these wonderful women. 🙂

  13. Hi Harleena!

    I enjoyed this blog – first-timer, here. I completely missed International Women’s Day! Bummer.

    1. Welcome to the blog J.F!

      Glad you enjoyed the blog. 🙂 Ah…you surely did miss it this time, but am sure you would remember it the next time around 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

  14. Harleena,

    Thanks for including me in this wonderful group of women bloggers! It’s an honor! Can’t wait to take some time and visit the blogs I’m not familiar with or the ones I haven’t been to in a while.

    I have great gratitude to you! Glad we’ve connected!!

    1. Hi Betsy,

      There was just no question of not including you here! I’m sure you are familiar with most of the women bloggers mentioned, and yes, whenever you find time it would nice if you connect with the others too.

      I’m glad we connected too, and it’s been a pleasure knowing you. Thanks for stopping by, and for being a part of the blog. 🙂

  15. For me this article is a motivation. If women can work hard and succeed with their career why men can not. Those who have vivid goals and do a lot of hard efforts and be patients against handicaps they face they will get what they want. We can learn from each other. Those women are models we can reflect from and take the lesson from them. Thank you very much for sharing a good topic.

    1. Welcome to the blog Heru!

      Nice to know that the post motivated you in more ways than one. Yes indeed, if women can do it why can’t men. I guess women really have to handle a lot more than men, especially when she is also managing her home and kids, and if she still managed to work from home and blog or earn money, then she surely is something – isn’t it?

      We do need to learn from each other, and go hand in hand where work is concerned. These women bloggers are truly inspirational, and it would be wonderful if you can reach out and connect with them. There’s always something to learn from them. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

  16. Extremely inspiraional. thats what I can say about this post. I found great pleasure in reading it. It is nice to know so many women bloggers are out there making their own mark. kudos for such a post.

    1. Welcome to the blog Koyel!

      Glad you found the post inspirational, and I guess with such wonderful women bloggers mentioned – it just had to be – isn’t it? 🙂 Yes indeed, each one is special in her own way. I hope you manage to reach out and connect with a few of them.

      Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

  17. I’m always late Harleena.

    I just subscribed to your feed so may be, i will be the first next time, who know..Lol.

    I also know and love most of the women you mentioned here especially… Adrienne, Sapna, Lisa, Mary, Sue, Sylvianne and Viola. I really know a lot as you can see.. Haha.

    Maybe your next post will be… 30 Top Men Bloggers of Ahanow.. Haha.

    Thanks for sharing Harleena and have a great week too.

    BTW: Happy women’s day in alliance.

    1. Hi Theodore,

      Not to worry at all, you’re never late and always welcome anytime. 🙂

      Yes, you never know you might make it early next time! You surely must be knowing most of these women bloggers as each one is awesome indeed. Oh yes…I do intend having the top men bloggers in November, a treat for all the men on International Men’s Day, just as I mentioned in the post – so stay tuned. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by, and your kind wishes. Have a nice week as well. 🙂

  18. Wow Harleena, I am honored very much. Thank You! I love this quote “A woman is like a tea bag: you cannot tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water.” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt

    As the song says, “What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger.” I love the blogging world and how we can reach out to each other, help one another, share with each other.

    I have loved getting to know you and many of the other bloggers (ladies) you have mentioned in this list. Ladies let us keep growing the list and coming together to support and help each and everyone of us in this journey of life.

    Life is meant to live, love and enjoy. Enjoy all the little moments everyday bring and happiness happens.
    Thank you again Harleena. You always make people feel special.
    Debbie X

    1. Hi Debbie,

      You are so very deserving to be on this list 🙂

      Ah..that quote is a favorite of mine too and I hope I haven’t repeated it as I like it so much! Absolutely – blogging is what’s really connecting us to each other, and it’s through our blogs and social networks that we are able to reach out and help each other too, besides the work we do.

      You must be knowing most of the women bloggers mentioned, while the others you would get to know too once you visit their blogs – each one is different and empowering in her own-self. I hope this list grows and we keep adding more of such fabulous women in it. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by, and you make my day special too in more ways than one. Have a nice week ahead. 🙂

  19. Hi Harleena,

    I hope you had a good International Women’s Day!

    Wow, what a brilliant list of female bloggers. I recognised quite a few people on the list and look forward to checking out the blogs of those I do not know.

    I personally think women bloggers are making a huge impact in all kinds of domains and especially in the areas of personal and professional development, where my own blog lies in. I think this is quite evident on my own blog, as I probably get more women commenting (you included!) at my posts than I do men.

    Thank you.

    1. Hi Hiten,

      Oh yes…we all had fun with this post, and mine was special too as I had the chance to be with everyone here. 🙂

      I’m glad you know most of these women bloggers, and those of whom you don’t – I’m sure you’d love connecting up with. I think the Internet and blogging as such has given most women a voice of her own and the reach to go out and earn a living for herself – while sitting at home too. You rightly mentioned, women are making an impact all over, and personal and professional development is surely an area close to their hearts – I guess that’s why they flock on your blog. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by. 🙂 Have a great week ahead 🙂

  20. Thank you so much for including me on this list. What an honor! I am so grateful. I cannot wait to check out all of the other bloggers!

    1. Hi Jodi,

      You are most welcome and so deserving to be a part of this list of women bloggers, for the wonderful content you share. Oh yes…it would be wonderful if you are able to check out the others on the list, each one of who is awesome. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by, and have a nice weekend 🙂

    1. Hi Hossain,

      Glad you liked the post, and yes, I too hope many other women are inspired to enter into the world of blogging after reading this post and getting to know more of these wonderful women bloggers. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

  21. Hi Harleena,

    I am honored to be named as one of the women. I love your blog and so amazed at the quality and content of your writing. I always seem to learn something from you site. I wish I’d had this kind of thing when I was a young woman; it would have been so helpful.

    I am working had to get up to speed again this year after some health issues, and I feel good about some of the ventures I’m undertaking both online and offline.

    Thank you so much for this recognition. I’m looking forward to checking out the women I’m not familiar with and getting to know them and their writing. Sally

    1. Hi Sally,

      You are very much a part of the blog Sally, and I know you haven’t been around much lately because of your health reasons – but I remember you always and value our friendship. 🙂

      Thanks for your warm and kind words about the blog and my work, and that’s because wonderful friends like you keep inspiring me to go on and are always there. Aha…you are young – who said you weren’t? It’s all in our mind as they say isn’t it? We can feel as young as we want, or as old – it’s the way we think.

      Nice to know about your new ventures, and I can’t wait to check them out when they are online. It would be nice if you reach out and connect with the other women bloggers whom you might not know, as all of them are true inspirations in themselves.

      Thanks for stopping by, and for being a part. Happy weekend. 🙂

  22. This is such a honor especially when it comes at a time like this. I have not been blogging for over two months now and wonderful people like you still remember me! I am glad that you thought about me. I am so very thankful Harleena!

    A wonderful compilation of bloggers here, I think I might have to come back soon and check out their works, quite a few new names on the list!

    Hope you are having a wonderful day. Happy women’s day! 🙂

    1. Hi Hajra – nice to have you back,

      Firstly, I hope your dad’s feeling better now and I guess that might be a major reason for your absence from the Blogosphere. Oh yes…I know things aren’t going all that well at your end, but I don’t forget my old friends, and you were on my mind – even when you don’t blog 🙂

      Glad you liked the list, and you are well deserving to be a part Hajra. You surely would be knowing most of these women bloggers, and those you don’t, am sure you would connect up once you are back online. Take care in the meantime, and be where you are needed more – all of this can wait. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by, and Happy Women’s Day too. 🙂

  23. Hi Harleena,

    Wow, what a surprise! Thanks so much for including me! And thanks so much for letting me know. I may have totally missed it as I had such a busy day yesterday that I didn’t even get a chance to be online.

    What wonderful company I’m in. Congratulations to all my fellow nominee’s! What an incredible bunch! I know quite a few of them, but not all. So I will definitely go check out the lovely ladies I have yet to meet.

    Thanks again, Harleena, I’m touched and humbled and very honored!

    Be blessed,


    1. Hi Ilka,

      Glad you liked the surprise, because that’s what I wanted – to really surprise all of you and make your Women’s Day a special one. 🙂

      I can understand how busy things can get sometimes for all of us, and that’s why women rock! They have the ability to do a lot of things together – isn’t it?

      I’m sure you know most of these awesome women bloggers, while those you haven’t met as yet, I know you’d love connecting with them too. Your warmth shines right through. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by, and you most certainly deserve to be placed on the list for the wonderful person you are- so, the pleasure is all mine. Happy weekend. 🙂

  24. Waow! Harleena,

    Very nice way to gift all these 30 women bloggers on women’s day. I know few of the awesome bloggers from the list. Happy women’s day to all of you ladies.

    P.S. You should include your name too in the list Harleena!

    1. Hi Atish,

      Glad you liked the list of these amazing women bloggers, and yes, my gift to them for being a part of my blogging journey, and the blog of course. I’m sure you would know most of them, while the others too are worth visiting and saying ‘Hi!’ to. 🙂

      Aha…include myself in the list too…that would make it to 31 women bloggers then- but thanks for your kindness. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by, and have a great weekend 🙂

  25. Hi Harleena,

    Well you have truly started something! I just found you today. Great blog, great idea to honor these special women bloggers for their achievements. Hope you take a stroll to visit Authentic Woman soon:)


    1. Welcome to the blog Clara!

      Glad you liked what I started, and Women’s Day just seemed like the right day – isn’t it? Nice of you to have reached out and connect, and it’s never ever too late I feel. 🙂

      I shall surely visit your blog really soon as well. Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

  26. Oh, thank you so much, Leena. I’m so thrilled to have made this list. I know that a lot of the other women here have remarkable blogs and I’m honoured to be mentioned here – and in the same company as them.

    This is a fantastic way to celebrate women’s day!

    1. Hi Anne,

      You are most welcome and deserving as you are very much part of the blog. 🙂

      Nice to know that you already know most of these women bloggers, while the others I’m sure you’d love to connect with. All of them are an inspiration in themselves – a true tribute to womanhood – isn’t it?

      Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

  27. Hi Harleena,

    Congratulations to everyone!

    That’s really awesome 🙂 I’m happy to see my friends in your list of women bloggers and oh… more to explore. I’m sure you have made their day with the mentions.

    Absolutely, as a man, my life isn’t complete without women 🙂 My mother comes first in the list.

    What I really love about you that you always very kind enough to spread the love for everyone and show the power of gratefulness 🙂 I know, Mothers are source of love. You are indeed an inspiration for everyone.

    Actually when it comes to writing and blogging, I do see women taking the lead as I’ve seen so far.

    I know there are many number of men do blogging and most of popular bloggers are men too. But I mean real blogging and couldn’t able to see a woman blogger copying someone else’s content and trying to make money out of it 🙂

    Especially when a women bloggers have to deal with family, that’s a lot of effort and need lot of focus 🙂 Gosh… How busy? Remind me of the last post of yours about women.

    You have a wonderful weekend Harleena 🙂


    1. Hi Mayura,

      Thanks so much for your warm wishes and constant support always. 🙂

      Oh yes…you would surely be knowing most of them, while the others am sure you would love to reach out and connect with. Ah…I knew your Mom would always come first, and there I would say my Mom too means the world to me, as you already know – so we share those common feelings.

      These words of appreciation make me reach seventh heaven Mayura! But the more you give the more you get, isn’t it? And I love getting back all the love of people in return, and all of this doesn’t cost me anything – it only makes me feel more happy and content that I was able to appreciate all these awesome women bloggers for being a part of my journey so far. And each one of you matters and have made the blog what it is today – so, it’s not because of me the blog exists, but because of all of YOU dear. 🙂

      I also read somewhere that there are more women bloggers as compared to men, but I wasn’t sure about the source so didn’t mention it in the post. But yes, they are doing very well for themselves, and most importantly, they’ve found a way to express themselves through their blogs and reach out and connect with people too.

      Men, I think know more of the technical things than women, and are able to rank much faster (that’s what I feel and I may be wrong), which makes them stand out from the others in the Blogosphere, while such is the case with very few women as compared I feel. Oh yes…a woman blogger, with a family, and work, and if she’s a single parent – nothing to match her courage for sure.

      Thanks for stopping by, and always being a good friend – I appreciate you. Happy weekend as well. 🙂


    I got two surprises today; one it’s international women’s day and two I was nominated for your list of women bloggers.
    Thank you for thinking of me. It really is such a generous gesture.
    I would be honored to place your badge my own blog.

    Thank you made my day.

    1. Hi Annie,

      Aha..that’s wonderful then – two surprises together! Oh yes…for some people it sure was news that it’s Women’s Day as no one really celebrates it as such, and though it’s yet another day, I just thought to make it a special one for the women bloggers of the blog, and you surely had to be here. 🙂

      It would be wonderful if you place the badge on your blog, and if you wish to have a smaller one, just email and will send that across.

      Thanks for stopping by, and being a part. Happy weekend 🙂

  29. Hi Harleena, Happy International Women’s Day to you as well. You know when I first saw the title of the post, I was wondering if I was in it or not and was more than happy to see that I was listed. Thank you very much for the inclusion.
    I know a few of them and I will make it a point to visit each and every one of their blogs.
    Thank you for this excellent post and highlighting these women bloggers.
    Hey Michael, thanks for the wonderful comment.

    1. Hi Shalu,

      Happy International Women’s Day to you as well, though a little belated – but I feel each day should be celebrated – isn’t it?

      Of course, you had to be listed as you are a well deserving women blogger, and very much a part of the blog. I’m sure you know most of these amazing women, while the others who you don’t know – I feel you would love reaching out and connecting with.

      Thanks for stopping by, and for being a part. 🙂 Happy weekend 🙂

  30. Harleena, I’m deeply honored to be chosen by you and to be in such good company! You certainly are on the top of my list of favorite bloggers!
    I don’t know all of the people you’ve listed, but I do look forward to connecting with a few more cool bloggers! Thank you, again.

    1. Hi Corinne,

      There was just no question of you not being on the list, and the pleasure is all mine to have met and known such a wonderful person as yourself. 🙂

      Thanks for your warm and kind words, and am sure you would love catching up with the other women bloggers you don’t know yet as each one of them has something special about her.

      Thanks for stopping by, and for being there 🙂 Happy weekend 🙂

  31. Thank you very much for the mention, Harleena. What a nice way to celebrate International Women’s Day. Wishing you a great weekend. Best, Alice

    1. Hi Alice,

      You are most welcome, and thanks for being a part. Glad you enjoyed the post, and Women’s Day was one day I thought most women would connect best with this post as it would be a chance to appreciate them and their efforts. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by, and have a great weekend as well. 🙂

  32. Hi Harleena,

    What an amazing gesture and a stupendous inspirational post..!

    You have proved time and again that you get more when you give more.

    I believe that this article becomes a source of motivation and also will help women to improve their self-confidence and come out of the shells…!

    1. Hi Rafi – nice to have you back!

      Thanks for your warm and kind words, and it’s been something I’ve been wanting to do for a long time now. I guess Women’s Day was one way of giving back to these awesome women bloggers and thanking them for being a part. 🙂

      Absolutely! The more you give the more you get, and the love of the readers is what I look for here – nothing else. I agree, the woman of today has arisen and if she finds someone who hasn’t, I feel she now has the power to take her hand and lift her up too. Just hope more women would realize their hidden powers and use them more. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by. 🙂 Happy weekend 🙂

  33. Hi Ma’am,

    Aha-Now is really a Great Blog .I am a first timer visitor of this blog !! Really enjoyed reading entire article.It is good to see That Women are Giving a Tough Competition in every Sector.You May observe they are Crossing other Taking the top spots in Ranking!!Really This Post Helped to Find Top and Great Blogger !!

    Thanks For Sharing!!

    1. Hi srikanth,

      Thanks for your words of appreciation, and am glad you like the blog. 🙂

      You have been here earlier, though just once to comment on a previous post but I welcome you once again. Yes indeed, women are doing amazingly well for themselves in all spheres of life and that’s commendable as well. I guess they are taking up challenges coming their way and have learnt to make a mark for themselves.

      Glad you could find more women bloggers whom you can reach out and connect with through this post. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

  34. Ah, Harleena,

    I’ve promised to myself as I stared reading your post that I was not going to scroll down and look at who was on that list.

    So, I read wisely the whole post and discovered the names as I got there.

    I know some of these ladies for the most part, but not all. I’ll have to check them out!

    So, now, I want to thank you so much and wanted to tell you that I am honored to be on your list. I wouldn’t have got mad if I didn’t because there are so many women out there!

    I know we’ve been knowing each other for over a year now. I remember that I first landed to your blog because I was seeing your picture avatar everywhere.

    It’s been so nice knowing you and again thank you for thinking of me and happy women’s day!

    1. Hi Sylviane,

      So, weren’t you in for a surprise to find yourself very much there! And you just had to be, there was just no question. 🙂

      Yes, making the decision to choose only 30 women bloggers from the ones who visit the blog was a tough one, but once I made those criteria’s, things fell into place as it helped me decide.

      Oh…I didn’t know it was my picture avatar that got you here – I guess there are benefits after all of being in a lot of places then, because you get to know wonderful people like yourself that ways. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by, and it’s indeed been wonderful knowing you too. 🙂 Happy Women’s Day, which we should celebrate everyday- isn’t it? 🙂

  35. Hi Harleena and thank you for including me with these fabulous women bloggers, including yourself! 😉 I’m truly honored and am humbled. Aha!Now, like yourself, is such an inspiration to me. Thank you again and do know, you are a fabulous women yourself who deeply inspires those around here! Much love my friend! Muwah!

    1. Hi Bren,

      You are most welcome and deserving to be on this list of women bloggers. Ah…everyone seems to add me to the list too – that’s so kind of all of you indeed. 🙂

      I gather my inspiration from all of you and the other wonderful people I meet and have met in the Blogosphere. So, here’s to ALL of us – isn’t it?

      Thanks for stopping by, and I appreciate you being a part of the blog. 🙂 Happy weekend 🙂

  36. Wow! Thank you so very much Harleena for including me in this esteemed list. I am beyond honored that you consider me one of your Top 30. I find you so inspirational, and look forward to reading your posts. You are the true inspiration.

    And now, with your list, I have many more blogs to explore! Some I already know, many are new to me.

    Thank you once again, it is truly an honor that you have bestowed upon me. Happy International Women’s Day, and have a great weekend!

    1. Hi Carol,

      You had to be included among these wonderful women bloggers as you are surely a part of the blog 🙂

      Thanks for your warm and kind words, and you all inspire me instead and help me carry on doing what I do. Oh yes…you are surely going to love everyone else on the list, so reach out and get to know those you don’t!

      Thanks for stopping by, and for being here 🙂 Happy weekend as well. 🙂

  37. Happy Women’s day to you all ladies. You have our (we men) full support today (and always).

    Ok Harleena, let me add you to the list too. You are very well an inspiration too. So they are actually 31 on the list

    1. Hi Enstine,

      Thank you so much for your warm and kind wishes, and all of your support. )

      Aha…that would indeed be something – to add myself to these wonderful women bloggers and make it to a list of 31 bloggers!

      Thanks for saying that – you just made my day too. 🙂 Happy weekend 🙂

  38. Harleena – what can I say? I still feel like a newbie, so I’m overwhelmed to be included here – thank you so much.

    My experience in the blogosphere has been wonderful to date – I think I’ve been very fortunate to find such a friendly, supportive network of bloggers – like Mary, this was really thanks to discovering Adrienne’s blog, and following people from there.

    Thanks so much for this lovely gift to us on International Women’s Day – you definitely deserve a medal yourself!


    1. Hi Sue,

      You are such a warm person that it doesn’t feel like you are a newbie – and you aren’t all that new here. It seems like I’ve always known you somehow. 🙂

      I agree with you there. I think when we have good, friendly, helpful, and supportive friends, our online lives become all the more enjoyable and worthwhile. I think Adrienne’s blog has surely been the place to connect a lot of us with each other, so we need to thank her in more ways than one – isn’t it?

      Thank you for your kind words Sue, and for being a part of my blogging journey as well. 🙂 Happy weekend 🙂

  39. I should have known you would write some type of post around this wonderful occasion. You always seem to come up with the most awe inspiring content Harleena.

    Okay, I’m honored and for once I’ll have to thank my Mom for naming me this because I ended up at the top of the list because the way my name was spelled. I love that and I’m just smiling.

    Thank you so much Harleena for recognizing us all and I’m so honored to be mentioned here. You definitely know how to make my day.

    I know quite a bit of these lovely ladies you’ve mentioned so will have to make sure I check some of the ones I’ve yet to meet.

    Thank you again Harleena for this wonderful post and mention and I sure hope you’ve had a fabulous day as well.


    1. Hi Adrienne,

      You knew! What a coincidence, and yes, I did want to make this day special for all of you for sure 🙂

      Ah…absolutely! Your mom sure needs to be thanked for naming you with the alphabet ‘A’ as you stand well above all the others, which otherwise too you do.

      You are so very deserving to be placed right on top here, and elsewhere too, for you are a true inspiration to all of us – more than you would know. I am just honored myself to have such wonderful friend’s that are part of my life and my blog – so the pleasure is ALL mine 🙂

      I’m sure you would know most of these women bloggers, while the others are awesome people too who I’m sure you’d love connecting with.

      Thanks for stopping by, and always being there. I appreciate and value you more than words can express. Happy weekend as well. 🙂

  40. Harleena, that is a great list and I am familiar with about five of them. I like the fact that they have different topics which is normal for the blogosphere.

    If I made a list I would definitely include you. Shalu is a good friend of mine, Sylviane and Adrienne are great fellow bloggers.

    You helped me discover new content. Thanks.

    1. Hi Michael,

      Glad you liked the list and know some of these amazing women bloggers, and yes, each one is different in her own way. 🙂

      Ah…that’s so sweet of you! Yes, I’ve seen a few of these bloggers over at your blog too, and am sure you would love the others once you get to know them too.

      Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

  41. Hi Harleena,

    Wow, thank you very much for including me in this list of amazing bloggers. I am truly honored to be in such impressive company and named by such a talented blogger as you!

    What a lovely way to celebrate International Women’s Day, by celebrating women and blogging. You’re right, the blogging platform is such a wonderful resource for women. Many women are able to earn a solid living from blogging and provide valuable information to others.

    Blogging has provided me with a voice, just as you said. I am able to share my exciting tech “finds” with the world and establish myself as someone who knows a bit about tech.

    You share such warm and important advice here, Harleena. Aha-Now is a true gift to your readers.

    I’m off to my About page to post your award banner. After I share this post, of course! 🙂

    Have a fantastic weekend, Harleena!

    1. Hi Carolyn,

      There was NO question of not including you in the list – you are more than deserving to be one of the most wonderful women bloggers that I know. 🙂

      I was wanting to give a surprise this International Women’s Day, and had planned it out well in advance, though making the list was surely a tough task – it always is tough choosing just a handful – isn’t it? But I guess that’s why they are ‘THE BEST’!

      Absolutely! Blogging is providing women a voice of her own, and she’s able to earn and help others too. You are a wonderful example, especially of all the knowledge you share with all of us- and that kind of tech knowledge is made simple for the kind of us, which we won’t find anywhere other than on your blog.

      Thanks for stopping by, and for putting up the award banner on your page. I always appreciate you, our friendship, as well as your constant help and support. Happy weekend as well. 🙂

  42. Hi Harleena,

    What a wonderful list of awesome women bloggers, really these are inspiring women bloggers! 🙂

    You’re also an awesome woman blogger and doing excellent job on your blog! Thanks for sharing the list!

    Happy Women’s Day!

    ~ B. Ahmed

    1. Hi Bashir – nice to have you back after long 🙂

      Glad you liked the list of these fabulous women bloggers, and yes, each one is an inspiration 🙂

      Ah…thanks for your kind words Bashir, and I am trying to make the blog better every single day, though I know it’s because of all the wonderful people who visit the blog that makes it what it is today.

      Thanks for stopping by, and for your kind wishes. 🙂

  43. Hi Harleena,

    Thank you so much for including me in the “30 Top Women Bloggers of Aha!NOW!” I’m honored and honored to be among such great woman bloggers. I love reading Aha!NOW! and usually have ‘Aha’ moments after I read a blog post and after I’ve posted a comment.

    I had no idea there was an International Women’s Day. We (the world) needs to do more to promote it. Schools could get the kids involved. Communities could plan fun events and activities. Businesses, especially large ones, could plan something too. There’s so much that can be done.

    I am grateful for the internet and blogging because it is a way to share my voice. I’m trying to encourage my sister to start a blog, but she’s hasn’t done much with technology. She’s starting small with her iPad and Twitter account. I can always sit down with her and we could have a blogging and Twitter lesson. 🙂

    1. Hi Amandah,

      You are so very welcome, and the honor has been all mine. It’s been a pleasure to be acquainted and have the opportunity to learn from so many wonderful women bloggers like you. 🙂

      Aha…I’m glad you like the blog posts I share, and like you, I love your comments that are so complete and well written. More so, when I reply to your comments, it’s almost like we have had our little conversation about the post too – isn’t it?

      Though it’s just another day, but International Women’s Day is celebrated – more so a way to recognize women and their lives. I wish more people would join hands to create more awareness about this day, but all of this really doesn’t happen, or perhaps they think about the men as they might feel we aren’t being ‘equal’!

      Yes indeed, the Internet has opened many options for men and women both, though for women there is more scope if she has to work from home. It would be a nice outlet for your sister too, if she starts her own blog. I guess once she gets the know-how of things, it will be smooth for her too – I can understand the initial hesitancy, as many people my end face the same problem. Ah…with you there – she really doesn’t have to worry. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by, and being a part here 🙂

  44. Thank you so much for the recognition Harleena and to put me in a list with all these fabulous ladies including yourself is indeed a big honor for me.

    I’m really enjoying this new journey I’m on and there have been challenges along the way. Lisa and Brenda have been helping me out since I first started and through them I had the pleasure to connect with other great ladies like yourself Adrienne,Donna,Sue and Sylviane and like I’ve said before I so want to be you all when I grow up 🙂

    I’m definitely going to make some time and check out the other ladies you’ve mentioned.

    Thank you again for including me on this list. Made my weekend!

    1. Hi Corina,

      You are so very welcome, and surely deserve to be on the list – along with these fabulous women bloggers. 🙂

      Challenges are a part of our lives, though just as you mentioned, it’s our friends and fellow bloggers who are always there to help each other out when there’s need – isn’t it? Nice of Lisa and Brenda to be always there for you, and thanks to them for connecting us as well. Aha…we need to learn from YOU instead Corina, and not the other way round you mentioned!

      Hope you check out the other ladies mentioned as each one is an inspiration in herself.

      Thanks for stopping by, and for being a part of the blog. Happy weekend 🙂

  45. Hi Harleena Di,

    Thank you so much Di for including me on to your list. I think bloggers you mentioned are doing an awesome job, balancing personal life and their career.

    I wish everyone here very successful career ahead.I’m not aware of many bloggers you mentioned here, will be visiting their blogs as well.

    Thanks once again Di for this great share and for the mention.


    1. Hi Sapna,

      You are most welcome, and certainly deserving to be on the list 🙂

      Yes, all of these women bloggers are doing an awesome job, and so are so many others in the Blogosphere. I think they have risen finally and realized their place in the world of blogging. If they are able to strike the right balance between their work and personal life – they can do wonders.

      I’m sure you would love connecting with the other women bloggers mentioned once you visit their blogs. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by, and have a nice weekend as well. 🙂

  46. Hi Harleena

    Well I am honored and thank you for adding me to your list.

    You asked about the experience on blogging. I found Adrienne and with connecting on her blog have gone from a trickle of visitors to an active audience. It has been very inspiring and rewarding ever since.

    I started my site to find my voice and with it I have gained a greater knowledge of myself. The more you write the more you find out about yourself, it helps build a new you. That is probably the most rewarding thing of all. It is even more fantastic if someone else finds help with the words we write. I think we have so much to offer the world, it would be selfish to keep silent.

    Thank you again and have a great weekend.


    1. Hi Mary,

      You are very deserving, and most welcome. 🙂

      I am with you there – I too met Adrienne and have made many friend’s through her – I guess she is the ‘entertainment superstar’ after-all! She is a wonderful person – isn’t she?

      Nice to know more about your blogging journey. Like you, I too had started out to share my views with others, and once I knew I had somewhat a flair for writing – thereon things just picked up one after the other. You are absolutely right – the more you write about your life and experiences, the more you get to know yourself, and if this helps anyone else’s lives get better – it’s almost like your blogging journey has become worthwhile – isn’t it?

      Thanks for stopping by, and have a great weekend too. 🙂

  47. Happy Women’s Day to you, Harleena!

    What a generous post. I am honored to be included in your wonderful list of fabulous people!

    Much love, Vidya

    1. Hi Vidya,

      Happy Women’s Day to you as well 🙂

      You had to be mentioned Vidya – there was absolutely no question! Hope you are feeling better now – been missing you around. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by, and for being an important part of the blog. 🙂

    1. Welcome to the blog Roopz!

      Nice to know you too are a proud woman blogger. I would soon be visiting your blog and would love to get to know you better. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by, and do come again. 🙂

  48. Was I surprised when I came to your post Harleena and seen my name mentioned. I am honored!

    I see a lot of women there I know, and the one’s I don’t I will be checking out!

    Being a woman in the blogging arena does have it’s challenges. I know so many young moms that do a great job in managing their business and raising children at the same time. Now that is a challenge.

    It does take strength to start your own business and be at home at the same time, especially if you have a family to raise. I have done that with my off line business so I could raise my daughter until she went off to college.

    Since the internet came into our lives, it is so much easier than having a brick and mortar business. But don’t get me wrong, it is still hard work.

    The best advice I would give any woman is to keep in mind how strong we are: just like the quote you have put above – “A woman is like a tea bag: you cannot tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water.” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt

    Once again thank you Harleena!

    1. Hi Donna,

      Ah…I DID want to surprise all of you with this post, especially being Women’s Day today – a small token of my love for all of you. 🙂

      I agree, being a women blogger isn’t easy, especially when you are working online and you really don’t know the person on the other side of the screen. But yet, as you mentioned, we women bloggers do take up such challenges just like the men, though we are forever multitasking with our kids, family, and work – isn’t it? I guess that makes us a little more special 😉

      Yes indeed, working from home has given a lot of us the freedom to be with our kids and families, and take care of our work as well. I salute those single moms who manage everything so well. I like your advice to remain strong, and glad you liked that quote that I’ve always loved right from the day I read it long back.

      Thanks for stopping by, and for being a valuable part of the blog. 🙂

  49. I’m honored to be included among these bloggers, many of whom I already know and admire. I look forward to meeting the ones who are new to me and will be visiting their blogs soon. Thank you!!

    1. Hi Galen,

      You certainly deserve to be part of these wonderful women bloggers. I’m glad you know most of them and must have seen their comments on the posts here. Hope you visit the others whom you don’t know and get to like their work too. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by, and happy women’s day once again. 🙂

        1. Hi Lori,

          I’m so glad you are a part of the blog and this list too. I know times are tough and things aren’t easy, but tough times pass – they always do. 🙂

          Thanks for stopping by. Happy weekend. 🙂

  50. Probably I came here too late to qualify for Top Men Bloggers of the Year, well, I’ll run for 2014. 🙂

    Great post Harleena, women deserve all the possible respect for what they are, what they do and what they bring to living on the planet.

    Happy Women’s Day and have a great weekend to you all!

    1. Hi Andrea,

      Ah…don’t worry – you are never to late to join in, and everything still depends on your visits here 😉

      Glad you liked the post, and yes – women DO deserve the respect and recognition that they are so deserving of – I guess it’s high time, isn’t it?

      Thanks for stopping by, and for your kind wishes. 🙂 Happy weekend as well. 🙂

  51. What a wonderful post Harleena, thanks for the mention.

    I know many of these great bloggers and some I have not met that I’ll have to check out.
    Happy International Woman’s Day to you Harleena – you really do inspire women everywhere!

    1. Hi Lisa,

      Glad you liked the post, and you certainly deserve to be nominated 🙂

      I’m sure you know most of these wonderful ladies as they are a very active part of the blog, while the others I’m sure you would love once you get to know them too. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by, and you inspire all of us with your blog. Happy Women’s Day to you too. 🙂

  52. These inspiring women bloggers will definitely influence new women bloggers who want to participate in blogging world. I am already great fan of Adrienne Smith, Shalu Sharma & definitely your blog. I think when you publish next article on top women bloggers, the list will rise to 100.

    Salute to all Women on this inspiring day 🙂

    1. Hi Ahsan,

      You are absolutely right! All of these amazing women are a source of inspiration to many, and in their own ways. I’m glad you already know a few of them, and hope you check out the others as well. 🙂

      Ah…you caught me there…that’s what I was just thinking also, that these numbers would surely keep growing, and I would be more than happy to make the score to 50 or even 100 if there are so many who visit the blog.

      Thanks so much for your kind wishes and support. 🙂

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