Hot Stuff: Instagram Accounts To Follow For Some Good Vibes!

Hot Stuff: Instagram Accounts To Follow For Some Good Vibes!

We know that during these unprecendented times brought about by the coronavirus pandemic, it's hard not to feel down. More so, because we're always on our phones—it's inevitable to read toxic posts and negative news that ultimately just add up to our anxiety.

If you can't bring yourself into social media detox, there are things you can do to make your screen time a little better. By following inspirational accounts, it can be a good way to inject some happiness boost into your day. From positive affirmations to funny memes and adorable pets, here are some accounts you can follow to give you more good vibes.

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When you need some uplfiting words...


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thinking about this quote from Mary Oliver today

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❤️ maybe it’s been too heavy, for too long. ❤️

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When you need a good laugh...


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Boredom? I don’t know her

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i kinda like “diet starts tomorrow” but whatever works | @chrissyteigen

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When you want to feel inspired...


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“It was just the three of us. And dad was a truck driver so he was gone most of the time. It could be a lot of stress. My mom was almost like a single mother. On my third birthday we moved to a small house outside of Denver. Next door there lived an older couple named Arlene and Bill, and they started talking to me through the fence. My first memory is Arlene handing me strawberries from her garden. It was a wonderful connection. After a few months, I knocked on their door, sat down in their living room, and said: ‘Will you guys be my grandparents?’ It was so silly. They could have laughed it off. But instead they started crying. They printed out an adoption certificate and hung it on their living room wall. That certificate remained until I left for college. They became so important to me. Their house was a refuge. Bill was the kind of grandfather that always smelled like oil. He taught me to drive everything. He was always fixing stuff. But he’d stop anything to sit down with me and have a glass of tea. Arlene was the type of grandmother that loved crafts, which was perfect for a kid. We were always putting tiny sequins on things. Both of them supported me in all my dreams. Through all my phases. They encouraged me to apply for college, even though I didn’t have the money to go. And when I got accepted, they presented me with a fund. They told me they’d been putting away money since the day I adopted them. Since I’ve become an adult, I’ve learned more about my grandparents. They both grew up poor. Arlene struggled with alcoholism when she was young, and that’s why they never had children. Their lives weren’t as perfect as they seemed through the fence. My grandmother passed away in 2013. It was two days before our adoption anniversary. My grandfather gave her eulogy. And at the end, he said: ‘Arlene leaves behind her husband Bill. And the greatest joy of her life-- her granddaughter Katie.’” #quarantinestories

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When you want to hear some good news...


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Sadly, elderly people know a thing or two about being lonely. This is a beautiful gesture

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Notice a need. Make a difference. Repeat. ⠀⠀ Ashley Lawrence is a college senior studying education for the deaf and hard of hearing at Eastern Kentucky University. She saw an entire population being looked over in the midst of the rush to respond to COVID-19 and decided to do something about it. ⠀⠀ She explained the necessity of the plastic window to @lex18news: “[It’s helpful] for anyone who uses speech reading, lip reading… and people who are profoundly deaf who use ASL as their primary mode of communication. ASL is very big on facial expressions and it is part of the grammar." ⠀⠀ In less than two days, Larence already had dozens of orders from six states. ⠀⠀ To order one of Lawrence's masks for free, reach out to her at [email protected] and if you want to help her cover the cost of materials and shipping, she’s accepting donations on her @gofundme page. #LookForTheHelpers

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When you need your daily dose of cute pets...


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fattening my curves (via @eggnogthebulldog)

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“When the human said it was ‘hump day’ this is not what I had in mind”

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When you want to see adorable babies...


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حالتي لما ابي اركب شي صعب.. 😂 . . Dont waste her time! 😂 . . #babiesmoments

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아이니니메이드 🤍 모아랑 아인이랑 자매룩 👶🏻👧🏻 #아이니니#아이니니메이드#아이니니봄마켓#봄마켓준비중

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Silk Pajamas? 😍

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