Good initiative, akhi! :) Though actually, the link exchange subforum exactly serve this purpose.
Here's mine (**nervous mode on :phew**) : http://decodingeden.com
(as in my signature).
It's a spiritual growth-focused blog, covering topic on heart purification, inner reflection, and self improvement. At times backed with practical psychology or simple philosophy. And there's also the weekly email newsletter on some Islamic reminders or self improvement stuff that's mostly not covered in the blog post.
I try my best to not making this blog's writings a fluffy mumbo jumbo, but down-to-earth and practical. However Decoding Eden is still toddler, so I don't know if it's good enough or not....
You can't imagine how freaking nervous I am when setting up this blog. I have fear people will calling me out stuff like "sufi" or "deviant" or baseless because of the way I write. I try my best to make it as practical as possible, yet adhering to Qur'an and Sunnah.
I'm not a scholar, psychologist, or philosopher. But I only want to present how Islam inspires the positivity
values in our lives -- and how life can be seen in different, empowering way. A hadith that inspired the birth of Decoding Eden : "Verily, this deen is vast. Hence embrace its depth with gentleness" (Sahih Ahmad)
And I try too to make this blog also non-muslim friendly. This is not meant to indoctrinate, but to enlighten. Some points in this blog could appeal with them. But of course I don't water down Islam in this.
And that's all I thought (/finish ramble :statisfie)