Your Instagram feed is likely nowhere near the top of the list of things emphasizing you out in 2016, but why add to it?
The end of the year is the perfect time to cut happenings out of your life that stir “youre feeling” low. And Instagram jealousy is no good.
Fitspo simulates with impractical advice? Cut ’em. Spruikers of “clean eating” with all the cash in the world to afford an organic lifestyle? Unfollow. Your high school frenemy who you still sneak on? Nope.
But no need to become anti-fitness or switch off your social media only( unless that sounds great, in which speciman, go for it ).
Instead, consider “whos got” your precious “follow” and fill up your feed with positive women who prepare you feel good about yourself innovative people who genuinely inspire you.
Here are seven Australian legends to start you off.
Jessica Cochrane is an creator from Canberra who plays with the representatives of femininity. She paints over epitomes that at first seem to represent tropes of conventional allure, changing them into something unexpected.
Come for the art, stay for the puppies.
Queensland’s Natalie Perkins is an aesthetic extraordinaire with an Etsy shop called Fancy Lady Industry, that’s well worth a inspect. Her Instagram account is full of arty tasks, with a accepting parish that mandates “no diet talk” and “no fat shaming.”
Sarah Jane Adams is a Sydney jewellery designer and Instagram superstar. With beautiful modes, plus frequent journeys to India and other locales, Adams’ account shimmers with recreation and boldnes. If you needed some motivating for living well, here it is.
Stefania Ferrario is an Australian model with its significant theme. She popularised the #DropThePlus hashtag, proposing for the “plus” to be removed when describing representations more curvy than the fashion industry’s impractical standards.
“It shows bigger than ordinary; it’s already imparting off the idea that this whole group of women who fall under this description are not standards and norms, ” she told Broadly .
5. @flex. mami
Not merely does Sydney DJ FlexMami( otherwise known as Lillian Ahenkan) play great music, she also has the best patterns and spreads a letter of self adoration. If you like one or all of those concepts, please follow her on Instagram as soon as possible.
Plus, she pays perfect elevator selfie.
Laura Vud is a Queer related, Melbourne-based photographer and plus size framework. She’s well worth a follow if you like your feed full of technicolour makeup and stylish, joyful personas of Vud and her friends. As her site reads, she’s about “celebrating all bodies as good bodies.”
Amrita Hepi is a Sydney-based dancer, choreographer and activist. Of Indigenous Australian Bundjalung and Ngpuhi( Maori) heritage, she has poured her A+ ability into social good.
Her Hollaback dance years are a situate for no judgement, where even the freshest fledglings can read some of Rihanna’s good moves, free of chagrin. Let her Instagram pics get you to the disco floor.
Bei Badgirl is a Melbourne artist and self-proclaimed expert in “Cute( Kawaii ). ” Not exclusively does she act some impressive manga-inspired modes, she has enormous arts and merch please see this Kim Kardashian bolt if you disbelieve it.
Ellia Tiriseyani Green is a bona fide Olympic gold medallist. She and Australia’s womens rugby 7s team( the very first of its style) dominated at the 2016 Competition in Rio de Janeiro.
If you miss some legit fitness inspiration, from someone who knows, here’s where to find it.
If you need a quick provide of fashion muse, Elyse “Elle” Lithgow is there for you. Her Insta is full to the brim with great modes for all reasons. Want to wear stripes on stripes? Make Lithgow testify you how. Fashion rules into the bin!