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These IG Accounts Will Make Your Feed Less Toxic

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If you’re like the rest of us and count exorbitant hours of screen time, now is probably a good time to curate better content. We’ve officially reached the six-month mark of the pandemic, and while keeping up-to-date on the latest news is important— so is taking care of your mental health.

That doesn’t mean you need to go completely off-the-grid, but getting in a good dose of serotonin everyday can counteract at least some damage and distract you from unrealistic bodies and fake lifestyles. For that reason, we rounded up some our favourite, ultra-wholesome accounts to add to your feed and get inspired by. Woosah.


If you’re a fan of Wes Anderson’s films, you’re going to love this account: a curated collection of beautifully symmetrical buildings and places across the world, all in line with Anderson’s signature colour palette.


It’s difficult to put into words the joy @mignonettetakespictures’s posts bring you. Just hit follow, and you won’t be disappointed.


Married for almost 40 years, this Korean couple is an internet favourite. Their secret to a lasting marriage? Wear matching outfits every day.


Yes, memes are all great, but they are not created equal. If your mental health is your top priority, you’re better off sticking to this wholesome option.


Who knew mixing paint can be so calming to watch? Curb your anxiety with Annette Labedzki’s daily posts of her crafty ways of paint-mixing.


We can’t explain it. There’s something oddly satisfying about playing with slime. But if you don’t want to get your hands dirty, just hit follow.


Few things in life are as appealing as symmetry. Here, Adam Hillam, self-proclaimed Object Arranger, posts his wonderful, ultrasymmetrical creations for you to enjoy.

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