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Blogging is still alive and well. There are many celebrities who take to their keyboard to share a story or two and even more who use a blog as a means to promote their brand. These celebrities with blogs have leveraged their stardom to create a strong online following. Their blogs cover lifestyle topics like skin care, gift guides and family life.

10 celebrities with blogs to follow

Gwyneth Paltrow

What started a simple newsletter with Paltrow’s travel recommendations in 2008 has grown into a $250 million content and beauty empire. The modern lifestyle blog Goop has a variety of posts with everything from tips on cleaning cookware to promoting a branded beauty line complete with toxin-free lip balm. The brand’s Instagram page, with 1 million-plus followers, promotes Goop’s products, too, like this face lotion.     

Tiffani Thiessen

Food and lifestyle blogger Tiffany Thiessen shares everything from fun holiday recipes to private moments with her family on her self-titled blog. The former “Saved by the Bell” actress started her blog in 2015. The Bayside High alum uses multiple social channels to promote her blog, many of which are recipes, like this one for ginger chicken soup.

Mayim Bialik

When “The Big Bang Theory” wrapped after 12 seasons, Mayim Bialik, who played Amy on the show, started a blog: GrokNation. One of her first posts talked about life after the famed sitcom came to an end and now includes topics on everything from packing for a trip to an interview with Stacy London of “What Not to Wear.” She turns to Twitter to promote her posts, like this one that touts the best national parks.

Chrissy Teigen

Cravings, a blog run by model and TV personality Chrissy Teigen, is about all things food. Simple recipes like this for mac and cheese seem a little cooler when you know it’s John Legend’s favorite. Teigen, who’s known for her fun, blunt personality, uses her blog to promote her own cookware line, too. Her social posts on Instagram show festive dishes and the occasional family picture. 

Alicia Silverstone

Alicia Silverstone, most known for her role in 1995’s “Clueless,” shares tips to live a healthy, green, eco-friendly life on her blog, The Kind Life. Many of the recipes focus on a vegan lifestyle while the beauty section sheds light on sustainable jewelry brands and fur-free winter coats. Meanwhile, the Instagram account that’s connected to the blog focuses more on the former actress’ life, like this post of her family at a football game. 

Jessica Alba

Actress Jessica Alba launched a wellness brand, Honest, which has a blog full of beauty tips, parenting hacks, and tricks for expecting mothers. Alba makes an appearance in some blog articles, like this one that focuses on New Year’s celebrations, but the content mostly focuses on healthy lifestyle choices. You can catch glimpses of Alba on the Honest Instagram account, too, like this snap of her family in holiday pajamas

Joanna Gaines

No list of celebrity content creators would be complete without Joanna Gaines, who gained popularity on the hit HGTV show, “Fixer Upper.” After five seasons, Gaines and her husband, Chip, launched their own brand, Magnolia, which has a magazine, strong blog, and 5.4 million followers on Instagram. Posts include everything from holiday tablescapes to tiramisu recipes.

Whitney Port

After a breakout role in a reality show “The Hills” in 2006, Whitney Port is adding to her list of talents as a beauty and lifestyle blogger. She shares fashion must-haves, survival tips for moms, and also delves intimate details about her personal life on her blog and social channels, like her recent pregnancy loss and playdates with her son.

Kate Hudson

You’ll find posts written and curated by Golden Globe winner Kate Hudson on The Core, a blog that supports her line of activewear. The brand, which combines fitness and fashion, has posts from famous guest contributors and pictures of men and women of all fitness levels on the brand’s social channels.  

Lauren Conrad

Lauren Conrad from the reality show “Laguna Beach” teamed up with fashion influencer Hannah Skvarla to create The Little Market. It’s a non-profit, fair-trade shop that helps artisans all around the world sell their products online. The blog isn’t product focused; instead, it sheds light on global problems like human trafficking. Instagram showcases products and tells customers about products. This post about a rattan basket, for example, describes how the weaving technique is passed down to the younger generations in Cambodia. She also has a lifestyle blog where she shares style, recipes, gift ideas and more.

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