Formerly KLEN + SOBR, The Recovery Revolution Online is simply one of the finest sources for books, writing, podcasts and all things recovery you can find.
Paul Silva of Buzzkill recently resurrected his blog, Message in a Bottle. He is an amazing writer who cuts right to the chase and digs deeply. You'd do well to visit here, trust me!
One of AfterParty Magazine's top recovery blog picks for 2015, Magz runs a tight ship. An excellent site for writings and resources.
Mark's writing gets me thinking. I only recently started following this blog, because I like the guy personally. What I soon found is that he's more a thinking-writer than I ever imagined. He gets at the different perspectives to look at old problems of change.
Laura's fine site OOZEs exuberance with her effervescent personality. And believe it when I say that she knows what she's talking about when it comes to sobriety. Also a good source for alternative recovery methodologies.
I'm making it official. Here is my prognostication: Laura McKowen will be a bestselling author within five years. She's not only a writer, but curates this excellent podcast with Holly Whitaker. Well worth your time.
Sarah Fader, over-Twitterer and exuberant Facebook-poster shines through all the bullshit to relay the message that matters—mental illness is an illness like any other and is deserving of empathy and stigma-smashing. This site is an authentic agent of change!
There's no question in my mind—this place saved my life. They gave me the tools I needed to have to effect real change in my life. Here's their blog. Oh yeah, also . . . I write here from time to time.
Brandon's writing focuses on topics from the periphery—that's another way of saying that he thinks from a different direction than you'd expect. Well worth your time. Oh, he's written a book too. An excellent one, I would add.
Jules is sassy. And she loves her dogs . . . A LOT. But what I like about her is that her writing looks at the possibility of changes and says: "Yeah. I can do this. Let's go for it."