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Last year emphasized how important it was to take care of ourselves physically, mentally, and emotionally. And it’s not just our relationship with ourselves that we have come to realize we needed to focus on. Social distancing forced us to find ways to stay connected with loved ones despite the physical distance. If you need a little reminder or even some useful advice on how to achieve all of that, these inspirational IG accounts deserve a follow.
With pay cuts and financial uncertainty coloring our reality the past few months, The Financial Diet’s positive affirmations remind us that it’s okay to take our time to figure things out. If you’re dealing with debt or simply want to meet your financial goals this year, this little corner of the Internet is a good place to start your journey.
Say it with us: we need more women supporting other women in 2021 and beyond. After all, who better to hype you up than your fellow girl bosses? The SHEeo Society, a local club for female entrepreneurs, leaves you with a gentle note to revel in your own inner power and channel it into confidence to succeed in everything you do. As a bonus, they also post useful business tips that you can try if you want to start your own business this year.
Reiki expert Katie Hutsel invites you to pay attention to the energy you receive and give since she believes that every good thing you want to happen starts with you.
Allyson Dinneen, the marriage and family therapist behind Notes From Your Therapist, posts handwritten insights based on advice that your therapist would say during your sessions. These short, but impactful posts seek to help its audience navigate personal relationships and mental health.
Christie is a graphic designer who posts inspirational quotes in bold, eye-catching typography that stand out as you scroll through your feed.
The official Instagram of self-care app Shine, this page is all about reminding you of ways you can take care of your personal well-being through cute quotes and graphics, as well as some daily reflection prompts to help check in with yourself.
Liz Milani of The Practice Co.’s approach to self-motivation is through daily devotionals. Each inspirational quote is accompanied by a lengthy reflective caption to draw you into a moment of self-reflection, interspersed with Bible quotes and words from public figures like Maya Angelou.
If you’re looking for a research-based life and relationship advice account, The Gottman Institute’s official Instagram is your best option. Drs. John and Julie Gottman are clinical psychologists who have spent the past 40 years researching on the different ways to keep your relationships healthy, so you could say they’re the real-life relationship experts!
Here’s to a better year ahead, Belo Beauties!