10 Instagram Accounts to Follow That Will Fix Your Feed
Instagram can often be a black hole of self-doubt. You start scrolling through endless photos of celebrities, models, and that girl in your 8am lecture who also somehow looks like a model (how?!). An hour later, you’re thinking about how you didn’t go out last weekend with your group of 100 friends. The only photos on your camera roll from the past week are of the mac and cheese you cooked for dinner, which you ate in bed. Great.
To avoid all of this, it can be good to branch out and follow some accounts that will “fix your feed.” Here are 10 accounts that are a mix of activists, artists, grandmas, and flower arrangers.
Morgan Harper Nichols is an artist who uses her talent to spread kindness. On her website is a submission form, where she collects personal stories from fans. Nichols uses these as inspiration to write personalized, motivational messages that she then shares with her Instagram followers.
Charli Howard is a model, author, activist, and body positivity columnist for Glamour UK. Howard authored the book Misfit: One Size Does Not Fit All, opening up about her struggles with anorexia, bulimia, and anxiety.
You might know Lizzo from her songs Truth Hurts or Good as Hell. The artist is known for her messages of fun and positivity — her page is full of her dancing, playing the flute, and posing in extravagant outfits with her “girl crew” of performers.
Rachel Pohl is an artist whose paintings of mountains out West are breathtaking. She often writes reflections in her captions about life, work, and her personal journey.
Nicolette Camille is a floral arranger based out of Brooklyn. Her designs are stunning, and interspersed between pictures of flower arrangements are pictures of art and architecture.
This account profiles grandmothers who make homemade pasta — what could be better. Reading the captions, you’ll learn about women like Lucia, a 89-year-old who wakes up at 5am every morning to make pasta.
Haley Weaver is a 25-year-old artist who draws funny, relatable comics about life.