It is so so so important to curate a social media feed that is going to lift you up rather than bring you down! For me, that involves following inspiring feeds which feature empowering quotes, body positive instagramers, and animals!
Now, more than ever, I think having a positive feed is vital. With much of the world is stuck at home, it is easy to be negatively impacted by social media. Especially if your feed is filled with posts about how we are all going to gain the “Corona 15.”
I don’t know how you feel about it, but personally I think we have more important things to be concerned with than the fact that we may gain a few pounds while on lockdown. To help you stay positive and combat the negativity on your feed, here are some incredible body positive Instagramers that you should be following.
I started following Hannah a few months ago when one of her graphics showed up on my discover page. Now, she is easily my favorite account that I follow. Not only are her posts empowering, she also has hilarious stories with her dog and husband. Plus, her southern-ness reminds me of home. Go follow her if you are ready to be inspired!
Colleen does an incredible job of combating all of the diet culture that is being shoved down our throats by society. She reminds me that it’s okay to eat unhealthy foods sometimes and that it’s okay to eat healthy alternatives even if I’m not “on a diet.” She also has funny boards like this one that are super relatable.
I appreciate Chelsea’s feed because she tells it like it is. She doesn’t hold anything back. She not only talks about body positivity but she also shares openly about marriage, being a mother, and more.
Megan is helping us redefine what is “appropriate” for social media. On top of teaching body positivity, she reminds us that posting about our metal health is no attention seeking but brave and should be admired. She is also an advocate for LGBTQ rights, proper treatment for eating disorders and more.
5. Celeste Barber
Celeste has taken the internet by storm with her recreations of photos by models. She shows us that it’s okay if you don’t look perfect, you can AND SHOULD still post the photo. 10/10 would recommend following Celeste.
Sometimes I feel like this account knows me better than I know myself. These ladies create relatable graphics that often serve as a reminder that I am not alone in my feelings. A great page to follow if you need to see that you’re thoughts are normal and valid. You can also buy merch with their awesome designs here!
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