Insta’s That Are As Good As Therapy

by | Oct 7, 2020 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

I subscribe to the theory of the biggest bang for the least amount of effort. We’re all busy right?…

In an ideal world, we’d stop the scroll, put the phones away and practice mindfulness in everyday. However, this is a difficult choice that you probably aren’t interested in trying. What if, instead, we tweaked your Insta feed with things that help you feel good, rather than add fuel to your anxiety?

Last weeks post was about doing a social media cull, and removing accounts that trigger a negative reaction from you. This week, we’re bringing in the joy and support. Here’s a list of uplifting accounts that will fill your heart with validation, rather than triggering you to feel self conscious. Get following!


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