It seems like every week the amount of emails in my inbox doubles. From sale alerts to random e-newsletters I signed up for on a whim to straight up spam, it’s overwhelming. First, use this email organization tip to streamline your inbox and then consciously unsubscribe instead of deleting the same email every day. I’ve been doing that and it’s immensely rewarding (little things in life, right?).
Plus, there are definitely some emails that cut through the clutter with excellent content in an easy-to-read layout. Below are five e-newsletters worth subscribing to, and there are also a number of blogs I love reading however I use Bloglovin’ to organize to avoid email clutter (you can follow TAGG here).
1. The Newsette
The Newsette is like a daily CliffsNotes version of a fashion magazine. You get snippets of fashion industry and celebrity news, as well as health, beauty and technology tips and a daily round-up of top Instagram pics to inspire you.
If you haven’t already subscribed to theSkimm, it’s about time. The weekday e-newsletter summarizes critical news stories in a way that sounds like your best friend is talking to you (I recapped it here). For those of us who are too busy to sit down and read a newspaper everyday (which I imagine is most of us!), this is the perfect tool to keep up to date on world news.
“GIRLS” creator and star Lena Dunham teamed up with the show’s writer and producer Jenni Konner to create Lenny, a bi-weekly email featuring essays and articles covering everything from style and friendship to politics and feminism. The articles, which range in tone from hilarious to provoking to inspirational, are written by different women each week, most of whom are household names (think: actresses Lupita Nyong’o and Julianne Moore, comedian Whitney Cummings and first lady Michelle Obama).
4. The Brief by Levo
Levo, a career profile website similar to LinkedIn, created The Brief as an “afternoon boredom buster.” It serves as your go-to e-newsletter for all things career related including workplace trends, work/life balance tips, need-to-know social media updates, business news and career advancement advice. Bonus: each newsletter closes with a fun GIF! I also love following them on Instagram.
While Pinterest is great for food inspiration, NoshOn.It takes it one step further by delivering recipes straight to your inbox. You can choose from seven editions, including Meatless, World Cuisine, Gluten-Free and Sweets & Treats. In addition to a recipe, the daily newsletter includes an easy-to-remember kitchen tip.
So, what emails do you love, love, love each day or week, whether they make you laugh, think, educate or simply bring a simle to your face? Comment below to share with the TAGG tribe.