About Blogworthy

A blog without a vision isn’t a blog at all. Blogworthy exists to help bloggers like you pursue a vision that’s bigger than yourself.

Blogging is very exciting. If you’re a blogger and have published something online, you know that it’s an intimate and unique experience. And it's not something that everyone can do well. So if you’ve found any level of success, you should be proud of yourself.

But blogging can also be tough…real tough. That’s why it’s our goal to walk the blogging journey with you, every step of the way. We promise to be honest, passionate, and human. Don’t walk this journey alone.

What We Make

Inspiring Products and Resources for Bloggers

Sometimes you just need to laugh. Or smile. Or be noticed. Our shirts can help you do all of those things, possibly at the same time.

We value things that are simple and done well so you'll enjoy super comfortable 4.3-ounce 100% ring-spun combed cotton shirts in both relaxed and slim fit. Our shop includes men's blogging shirts and women's blogging shirts. Shop our full catalog to find what fits.

We're working on building out more products and resources like weekly articles and podcasts, blogging guides, and community building events to help you become a better blogger. Though we're not there yet, we will be soon. 

Who We Are

Aaron Smith


Aaron Smith is married and has three children: four years, two years, and four months. He has been married for 10 years and has traveled all over the world.

While Aaron has managed social media, web development, and product development for various companies, he and his wife have self-published seven books; including one traditionally published book with Tyndale House publishers.

Aaron and his wife have been blogging for over 10 years and Aaron has always built, strategized, and monetized their platforms. Along with running Blogworthy and their two successful blogs, Aaron consults with companies and bloggers to help them grow their influence. 

Simon Villeneuve


Simon Villeneuve is a husband to one and father of two. He was born into a hard-working, blue-collar family. His father, a machinist by trade, eventually worked his way up the corporate ladder and found success, but it took working many long, hard hours doing something he hated for those he loved.

However deeply Simon respects his dad’s hard work, he knew things didn’t have to be that way for himself. He wanted to find a way to turn his passion into a profession so he could spend his life doing something he loved with the people he loved. Simon thought college would provide him those opportunities but it didn’t take long for him to realize that every minute spent in the classroom was another minute spent not actually pursuing that dream.

Since, he’s become a professional blogger who consults with small businesses, startups, and nonprofits in the areas of brand and content strategy. Blogworthy provides Simon a unique way to coach and inspire bloggers like you.