For anyone who follows me will know I have a wide range of hobbies & eclectic tastes. So, it’s no surprise that some of my favourite Instagram pages are a bit left field. But why be dull I say, variety is the spice of life?
Anyhow, here are a few which are making me smile in a very grey January.
Sea Legs @sealegscartoon
I first spotted Sea Legs on @surfgirlmag it’s fun little surf wave based cartoons based on a surfboard enjoying life with his mates. For surf chicas & chicos, it can’t help but make you smile & dream about heading off in search of the perfect wave.
Celeste Barber @celestebarber
If you’re in need of a proper belly laugh, follow @celestebarber. Celeste is an Australian actor, comedian and all-round funny lady. Basically, she re-enacts perfect model/celebrity shots or videos with her own tongue & cheek interpretation. Watch her videos, you can’t help but chuckle.
Judy Andrews @spoonfulsugarco
I met the very funky designer Judy from A Spoonful of Sugar & Co last summer at Blogtacular. By day she works as a graphic designer in the same industry as me & runs her own business. Judy’s creations focus on bright & bold typography across cool stationery, pins, jewellery etc all with a positive feel-good vibe.
Charlie – @therunnebeans
If you’re looking for a female running inspiration check out Charlie Watson from @therunnerbeans for a true down to earth account of the highs and lows of running. She’s also aiming to run her fastest ever marathon in London this year, so give her a follow and some encouragement.
Gaping Void @gapingvoid
Flipping over to the corporate world of insta pages @GapingVoid brings workplace culture stories to life in the form of daily cartoon/sketches. Based in America their posts are usually the first thing I see in the morning and are very relatable to office life.
What are your current favourite Instagram pages? I’m always on the lookout for inspiring, upbeat pages – pop them in the comments box below.