More Body Positive Instagrams :)

As the UK starts another 4 step program out of lockdown and we have an end date in mind for when things might start to get semi back to normal I have seen so many social media posts talking about ‘I have to lose all of my lockdown weight by June’ and things like this which is simply not true! We have been going through an unprecedented time and you are beautiful no matter ur dress size ❀ Due to all of these posts that I have been seeing on social media I thought I would do another Body Positive Instagrams post so that you can follow some inspirational, confident people and see some positivity on your feed πŸ™‚

  • Fox+Luxe:– Fox+Luxe aka Liz Sloan is a body confidence and mid-size style influencer who posts style photos which are so nice and I love her style and also body confidence affirmations which are amazing πŸ™‚
  • Hope Virgo:– Hope Virgo is a multi award winner mental health campaigner who is in ED recovery and the author of the book Stand Tall Little Girl πŸ™‚ I first heard about Hope through Jess Bacon and her podcast πŸ™‚
  • MidSizeGal:– MidSizeGal aka Abi is as the name suggests a Mid-sized girl who posts videos about fashion and the latest trends and also promotes other mid-sized girls in fashion as well which is amazing πŸ™‚
  • billieandersonx:– Billie is a blogger who talks about her experience having a colonoscopy and posts regular body confidence photos showing her stoma bag proudly and talks about her struggles and her health journey πŸ™‚

Let me know in the comments if you have anyone you think I should follow ❀


2 thoughts on “More Body Positive Instagrams :)

  1. Love this! Magazines have definitely changed over the past decade to start including girls and guys of all body types, ethnicities and genders and even including different disabilities but there is still a long way to go compared to social media sites like Instagram. This is why I think social media plays such an important role for young girls and guys so that there is always someone of a similar body type and ethnicity for them to look up to instead of everyone basing their ideal body type on one person. I am hopeful that social media sites like Instagram can play a positive role in the reduction of eating disorders and body dysmorphia. xx

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