8 Wellbeing Creators To Inspire Your Resolutions
Neghar’s vibes can be best summed up by her trademark hashtag #musclesandmindfulness or her favorite identifier, “meathead yogi.” Neghar encourages her followers to find that perfect balance between hustle and flow. Go hard and get shit done, then spend plenty of time relaxing and doing things that feed your soul.
Sarah B. is an incredible source of edible inspiration. As a holistic nutritionist, Sarah shares a lot of insight about the different ingredients in her plant-based, whole foods recipes.
Elizabeth Kirby has the whole slow living thing down to an art. Literally. Follow along with #theartofslowliving to see how she lives simply but full of joy, abundance, and a lot of really delicious food.
Co-founder of Whole30 Dallas Hartwig has moved onto a greater focus of advocating for becoming a better human. He created the More Social, Less Media program for disconnecting, assessing your relationship with technology, and creating space for more human interactions. He also explores healthy, happy, conscious, living in his podcast The Living Experiment.
Black Girl In Om is an online collective creating space for black women to convene around natural beauty, yoga, holistic wellness, and more. In a very whitewashed space, BGIO stands out as one of the only major platforms that encourages self-care and self-love for communities of color.
Cleo’s poems are exactly what you need to hear when you need a little spark of positivity and self-love. It’s wild how sometimes the simplest lines trigger deep realizations. Pick one or two of her poems to become your wellness mantras.
Joanne is an aspiring health and nutrition coach and kickass mom of two who shares plenty of inspiration for pursuing your healthiest mind, body, and soul. She proves that you can hit your peak of health, fitness, and self confidence when you’re past your 20s.
Mark is a “Human Connection Specialist.” Once you’ve mastered your relationship with yourself, you can focus on your relationships with others-- Mark is here to provide no BS advice on how to cultivate healthy and supportive ones.
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