Five Newsletters That Should Be in Your Inbox

I can’t be the only one that has about a thousand emails that hit their inbox throughout  the week.  I also can’t be the only one that opens up only a consistent handful of the thousand.  I’m sharing the five newsletters that I ALWAYS ALWAYS open and read for completely different reasons.  These sources help me stay read-in on current events and eliminate the need to go to 15 different webpages for content.

The Hustle

Your smart, good looking friend that sends you an email each morning with all the tech and business news you need to know for the day.

The Hustle sends a partisan-free daily newsletter designed to keep its readers informed of current events and hot topics.  I’ve been a subscriber for some time now and they meet this goal while interjecting a fresh perspective that makes often complex topics easy to understand.  

I included a snippet from The Hustle in my last Round Up.  Take a look here.

Subscribe to The Hustle!


Fairygodboss (noun): A person who elevates women at work.

It’s not always easy being a woman in the workplace.

Born in 2015 while our CEO was interviewing while 2 months pregnant (and hiding it), Fairygodboss helps women get hard-to-ask questions answered. We help you get the inside scoop on pay, corporate culture, benefits and work flexibility. We offer company ratings, job listings, discussion boards and career advice.

The Fairygodboss website is an AMAZING resource for women to research a huge database of companies for topics like maternity leave benefits, which employers women like best even salaries by title and company.  If you haven’t checked it out before I encourage you to do so. The also have a great periodic newsletter that sends working-women-relevant news straight to your inbox.

Subscribe to Fairygodboss!


We’re on a mission to empower everyone to become their own financial advisor. Providing the information and tools you need to invest with confidence.

Our first product is our daily newsletter that explains what’s happening in the world of finance in 3 minutes and without any jargon. This has attracted 250,000 readers – but removing financial jargon is just the first step in levelling the playing field. Since then we have expanded our team, and grown our community around the world!

Similar to The Hustle, Finimize is a daily newsletter sent straight to your inbox.  The spin on Finimize is that it’s all financial news — understandable financial news.  There is a HUGE gap when comparing financial literacy in women and men. Finimize provides a great resource that women can use to help close this gap.

Subscribe to Finimize!

Intelligent Tuesday

From self-improvement theory to action.

Perhaps like us you’ve read, watched, and listened to numerous self-improvement advice and were left wondering, “Ok, what do I do now? How do I actually apply all this advice?”

Recognizing the gap between theory and practice, we take leading psychology research and real-world tested self-improvement advice and distill it into beautifully designed tools to help us take action and make lasting positive change.

We believe through intelligent planning and focused effort, the sky’s the limit.

Intelligent Change, the Company behind the Five Minute Journal, also has a weekly newsletter.  This is my go-to for tips on maintaining mindfulness.  Intelligent Tuesday links to video, article and podcast sources.  My favorite feature is that each source’s length is quantified  so you know what you’re signing up for.  Don’t have time to watch a 9 minute video right now?  Easily bookmark it and come back to it later!  Genius for the working woman fitting self-development into pockets of availability wherever possible!

Thrive Momma Weekly Round Up

A five-minute weekly newsletter that should be in every  women’s inbox

Did you know ThriveMomma has a weekly newsletter?  It’s a quick read you’ll receive every Sunday morning that includes a variety of insights relevant to women — both moms and non-moms alike.  It includes book reviews, tips for automating household chores, news and articles that made me think/made me happy/made me sad.

Subscribe to the Thrive Momma Weekly Round Up!


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