The sun seems to set at 3PM, it’s freezing even in your duvet fort, and long summer nights seem a distant dream. Winter can suck. No wonder so many of us turn to our phones for a bit of a pick-me-up.
Today we’re sharing our top 10 blues-busting accounts to follow this wintertime.
Can’t bear to look at the news because of all the doom and gloom? The Happy Broadcast is the perfect account to remind you that it’s not all bad, and that there are plenty of reasons to feel hopeful.
Love food? Love Meryl Streep? Taste of Streep post amazing edits of the legendary actress combined and colour-coordinated with some of our favourite foods.
A South London Markers Market is our go-to account for digital window shopping, discovering our new favourite makers and interior Inso. Why not use your money to support small businesses this Christmas?
For weirdo couples and for anyone with an unusual sense of humour, cubmoth is always a ray of light on your feed. We love tagging our friends and partners in the comments.
For gorgeous design and cutting-edge graphic trends, Its Nice That is the place to look. Their account is ideal for finding inspiration and sparking your own creativity.
For stories that encompass all human emotions and experiences, reasons to feel grateful, and life lessons, Humans of New York is number one on our list. 11.5 million followers can’t be wrong.
Cuteness overload. Juniper Foxx documents the life of various rescued animals – from dogs to racoons, and a few foxes along the way.
Elemental gives you your dose of wellness content backed up with solid science and cutting-edge research. We love how you never know what you’re getting with each new post, but that you’ll definitely learn something.
Gemma Correll makes us howl with laughter, and in those dark winter nights, we need all the laughs we can get. Her work is so relatable it hurts.
Winter time, when we all bundle up in layers, socialise less, and are possibly apart from those we love, can be hard on our mental health and self-image. Recipes for Self Love is a beautifully illustrated boost for when you’re feeling less than your best.
Author: Verity Babbs