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10 Super Cute Self-Care IG Accounts You Should Follow

By Ysabel Vitangcol on November 5, 2020

It’s hard to catch a break these days. With most people working from home feeling burnout at unprecedented global levels, humanity just might be headed for one collective mental breakdown. We all need a reminder to take a break, be good to ourselves, or even indulge a little. To make sure you keep your mental health in check, follow these 10 IG accounts:

1. @morganharpernichols

Morgan is a graphic artist whose minimalist, seemingly handwritten images give off an authentic look and feel. She reminds you to be gentle with yourself, even if the world is hard on you right now.

2. @mynames_ellen

Ellen creates cute and whimsical illustrations that will either make you laugh or make you think. Either way, every graphic on her feed is like a hot meal for your tired, rain-soaked brain. (Bonus: She posts the cutest selfies and outfit photos, too.)

3. @sun_keep

Filled with mantras that evoke existentialism and oneness with your spiritual self, this neutral-toned account is perfect for yogis and meditation practitioners.

4. @gottmaninstitute

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Every loving action—turning towards bids, checking in with each other, sharing a dream for the future—acts as a “deposit” to your relationships Emotional Bank Account. ⁠ ⁠ So what can you do when prolonged periods of stress, conflict, or anxiety have you feeling overdrawn? What can you do if you don’t feel like you have that cushion of kindness to fall back on?⁠ ⁠ 1. Notice the good. ⁠ 2. Express appreciation. ⁠ 3. Talk about your issues and listen to your partner’s. ⁠ ⁠ Take a deeper look at the three things you can do to get your balance back on track and start making deposits to your Emotional Bank Account together when you take The Art and Science of Love Online. Get 25% off with code 25ASL2020. Link in bio.

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The Gottman Institute is a leading and reputable resource for relational psychology, so you can be assured that all the info on their official IG feed is verified by legitimate professionals. They provide practical tips for people who are low on their emotional tank, as well as those who are struggling with interpersonal relationships.

5. @selfcarespotlight

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It’s the self-care solar system ☺️ Planets were an idea from a follower so thank you so much!!! I’m actually going to try to do all of these today (besides work boundaries because I do that consistently during the week!). Anyone else want to join? ☺️ 🌎🌕⭐️🪐☄️🌞 #mentalhealth #mentalillness #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthawarenessmonth #mentalhealthadvice #mentalhealthawarenessweek #mentalhealthadvocacy #mentalhealthadvocate #mentalhealthisimportant #helpmentalhealth #mentalhealthsupport #mentalhealthstigma #mentalhealthquotes #mentalhealthweek #mentalhealthissues #mentalhealthcounseling #mentalhealth2020 #selfcare #mentalhealthjourney #selfcarechallenge

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Reminiscent of childhood storybooks, this account is filled with daily affirmations and mental health reminders so that you can—as its username suggests—put self-care in the spotlight.

6. @haveanicedayy_

Steffi Lynn is an NYC-based graphic designer who creates the cutest (the CUTEST!) illustrations that anyone would fall in love with. Think of her posts as a much-needed pop of color to remind you to slow down in the middle of an impossible workday.

7. @bumblebizz

Who would’ve thought that a dating app could help you sort out an overworked, overtired brain? Bumble’s business-oriented IG account isn’t *actually* about business—their feed is filled with gentle encouragement, sweet self-love reminders, and practical tips that truly work.

8. @justgirlproject

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This account was made to inspire, as their bio reads—and the mix of pastels and neons may be fun to look at, but all their posts serve either A) soft reminders we need to hear, or B) hard truths we also need to hear. Either way, like a plate of steamed broccoli, it’s all for our own good.

9. @thefabstory

This is the official account of the Fabulous app, a self-care app made to help you “build better habits and achieve your goals.” It’s only natural that their IG feed follows suit—all posts are filled with science-backed tidbits, as well as practical tips for reclaiming your peace.

10. @sophia.joan.short

Sophia describes herself as “a human writing things to brighten your day.” She scribbles on everyday things, like tiled brick walls, mirrors, fruits, and even her own leg, to remind people that their work doesn’t define their worth. Her posts are definitely a breath of fresh air in our current workaholic WFH culture.

All these posts may come off as meaninglessly cute at first glance, but they carry with them the very real reminder that, despite the pandemic, we’re all still human. We deserve to take breaks, love ourselves, and carve time out for the things that make us truly happy. Stay healthy inside and out, Belo Beauties!

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