Todays post is about female creators that inspire me to live my best life. For me, the importance of finding female role models is endless. Seeing myself in creators, and being able to lift eachother up and inspire one another is what makes working on a solo blog so juicy. I hope you enjoy their work as much as I do!
Ladies of wellness:
Minimal Wellness is a business dedicated to wellbeing, food and health. Becca, the creator, is a registered dietitian. Her website, linked above, hosts simple, healthful recipes, and equally yummy blog posts. I recommend checking Becca’s work out if you’re looking for a dietitian that's relatable and real. Her blogs are well written and always have something great to say, no fluff. Check out her latest post here about her recent birthday and life changes.
Pushing Beauty is run by breathwork instructor Michelle D’Avella. Michelle’s beautiful website, linked above, is home to some amazing content. Michelle bypasses the self love BS, and gets practical with ways to practice self love. Michelle’s content has reinspired me to practice intention setting. She works one on one with clients, runs workshops for breathwork and the desire map, writes her blog, creates youtube videos, and has a new podcast (which I’m loving!). Check out Pushing Beauty if you’re feeling stuck in your life and want an inspiration boost, or you’re interested in breathwork or the desire map. Her video about breathwork for anxiety has really helped me!
Lauren Nixon is a food educator that keeps it real. Based in D.C., Lauren teaches workshops all over the east coast about real food. She encourages curiosity and intuition when cooking. Following along Lauren's journey has helped me stay inspired and fresh in the kitchen. Her cooking honors sustainability and whole, nourishing foods. Her website linked above is home to her upcoming events and bio. If you sign up for her newsletter you get yummy letters from her straight to your inbox. I also recommend following her on instagram, her stories show the everyday life of a food educator and home cook. Here is her instagram.
I know I’ve talked about Femme Head before, but I can’t get enough! Victoria, creator of Femme Head is my period positive inspiration. Her youtube channel is full of fun to watch videos about menstrual cycle well being, the female body, minimalism, and travel. I find her channel easy to relate to and inspiring to live my best life. Victoria also writes a blog, linked above, that covers menstrual wellness, but has a variety of topics about life. I recommend this video about how she planned to quit her job and start working for herself full time.
The Youtube channel Eco Boost, linked above is run by the charming Kate Arnell. Kate’s videos are so relatable, I often feel like I’m sitting and having a chat with her. Kate’s primary focus is zero waste and sustainable living. She recently interview the creator of the Zero Waste movement, Bea Johnson, you can watch that video here.
Slow your Home is a podcast and website run by Brooke McAlary and her husband Ben McAlary, but today’s all about Brooke! First off, we share a name, so we know she’s cool (ha!). Brooke is the main voice on the podcast where she interviews people with different careers and interests about slow living. She released her first book recently, and is set to release her second book shortly after, can you say badass?! Brooke shows us that slow living is not dull, it's full of values based, intentional, yummy living. Her and her hubby also run JackRabit FM, where they produce podcasts. You can find all their shows here.
Who are some of your favorite creators? What ladies do you recommend I check out?