Kisses Delavin isn’t the only one who likes spreading positivity on her social media accounts. Sometimes we find random pieces of advice for any situation—they can be serious and even witty. Either way, they can become what you need during trying times.
If you need a list of accounts to follow to help and entertain you when you’re down, scroll down below. You won’t be disappointed.
The Good Advice Cupcake
Don’t let the adorable cupcake and baby pink backdrop fool you. The Good Advice Cupcake gives simple tips on self-care, dealing with haters, and more. They’re mostly funny but relatable, especially to working women like us. My personal favorite is her “drink all the wine” video.
Dr. Gia Sison
No matter how chaotic this world can be, focus on what matters and don’t forget to be you, it’s the only one you’ve got.
— Dr. Gia Sison (@giasison) July 3, 2018
Doc G (as netizens would call her) is a blogger and a Filipino leader of the Livestrong Foundation. Many would often tweet her for advice on problems involving love, friendship, work, and even school with the hashtag #AskDocG. She gladly answers them on Twitter and you might even see insights that you’ve always needed in your life. You can either scroll through her feed to find them or you can just tweet her directly.
This is the Instagram account for the meditation app Calm. Under the #DailyCalm hashtag, you’ll find inspirational quotes on keeping yourself grounded and how to spread kindness to the people around you. You can also reflect on these quotes during your everyday meditation sessions.
Jodi Sta. Maria
If you are having a tough time, say these to yourself:
1. I am doing my best
2. I am letting go of my expectations
3. I am allowed to make mistakes and learn from it
Happy Friday! ❤️🌈
— Jodi Sta.Maria (@JodiStaMaria) June 28, 2018
The actress only tweets once a day but she makes sure that she’s lifting people’s spirits up. She also occasionally gives her followers a glimpse of her reviewers (in case you didn’t know, Jodi is a psychology student at Southville International School and Colleges) and offers advice to people who are struggling with school life. Come to think of it, the fact that she can juggle school, being a mom, and acting is already inspirational.
Her Agenda is a digital platform that posts quotes from inspirational millennial girl bosses. This will hopefully motivate young girls and women everywhere to hone their craft and not let society destroy their drive to succeed.
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