If you suffer with your mental health you will know social media may not always be the best place to be.
But actually, if you're following the right kind of people, it can really help you to get motivated, get some inspiration and hopefully get you out of a rut when you are feeling unmotivated.
Here are some ladies that positivity just radiates from. And when they're not feeling too positive the also share that too helping you to not feel alone or like you're the only one feeling this way.
Always remember, people only show you one aspect of their lives online. If someone you follow is not making you feel good about yourself there is only one thing for it-unfollow.
Georgie Crawford is an inspiration to women everywhere. She has battled breast cancer and continues to excel in everything she touches. She speaks openly about her struggles but is always a fountain of positivity. She shows that anything is possible.
Another positive inspiring woman to follow is Jacqui. Her career is positive mindset and goal smashing. She is encouraging and positive and it is infectious.
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I think it's beautiful knowing how we experience life is completely unique to us. Nobody sees the one event in exactly the same way! Our eyes our own own lens to the world! It doesn't mean our lens is the right way of seeing things or indeed the wrong way its just our individual way. There are so many different ways to interpret what we see, everyone has their own perspective- neither right or wrong just an interpretation based on your lens! Don't judge others based on what their lens sees. Just focus on your own and let others focus on their own! Often the frustration of wanting others to see things the way we see them leads to so many conversations perhaps arguments trying to change their view! It's wasted energy. Just appreciate your view! Happy Monday ❤️
The health balance is a perfect example of how prioritising self care is key when you want to achieve the life you have dreamt of. Lisa floods her instagram with positivity. She talks openly about her mental health struggles and how self care, fitness and sleep all attribute to a more balanced life and juggling work and 3 under 3.
Grace is the last of our positivity follows but certainly not least. Grace has been extremely open and honest about her struggles with anxiety and even depression. She is always relatable, real and honest and it can really help others to see how other suffers are feeling and how little things they do can make a big impact.
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Golden hour... ✨ I’m finally feeling my confidence come back and it feels good. My pregnancy and post pregnancy body has always been a bit of an adjustment for me. My shape has changed completely since having my beautiful children and these days I’m embracing it completely. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve had times when I’ve cried to chris because I just didn’t feel like me but it’s also made me so much more accepting of my body, I don’t care about stretch marks, lumps and bumps anymore. I’m confident in my skin and I know I’ll get to where I want to be one day at a time. For so long I think I’ve have had this idea of a “perfect body” and what I should look like but I’ve changed my views on that so much since becoming a mother. It’s so refreshing to see change in society and the diversity amongst brands and the media. I want my daughters grow up loving and accepting the beautiful body she has and not comparing herself to anyone! 🌹#body #bodyconfidence #swimsuit #beachbody #bodypostitivity #selflove #redswimsuit