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10 Personal Wellness Accounts Moms Should Follow in 2023 For A Successful Life

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As moms, we often focus on the needs of our families while neglecting our own health and wellness. But in order to be the best version of ourselves, it’s essential that we prioritize our self-care and personal wellness. As we start the new year, it’s time to think about our holistic wellness, but what does that look like? The online world tells us to think about self-care, fitness, and nutrition for personal wellness, but there are other areas of our lives that need attention too—like mental health, relationships with others, and our money. Now is the perfect time to invest in your overall well-being.


Achieving personal wellness isn’t just about eating right or going to yoga class; it’s also about making sure your mental health, relationships with others, and finances are healthy too! So if you’re looking for inspiration as you work towards creating a holistic wellness plan this year, then these 10 personal wellness Instagram accounts are top on our list!
@Lovingmeafterwe is run by Ginger Dean, a licensed psychotherapist helping women who are healing after toxic relationships find themselves happy again without spending years in psychotherapy. We love her account because her posts are filled with real-life truisms that help open your eyes to often overlooked or ignored relationship issues, as well as encouraging posts to help you heal.
Personal wellness account to follow in 2023 for healthy relationships.
@MyTherapyTribe by Dr. Allyson Kellym-Aguirre is a very relatable therapist sharing daily content on boundaries, relationships, depression, trauma, and more. Mental health is a key part of overall well-being, and her account is devoted to helping people manage their mental health through therapy and resources—all with an eye toward de-stigmatizing mental illness and making it easier for people to find help when they need it.
@EnneagramExplained: For those who may not be familiar with it, the Enneagram is an ancient system used for understanding yourself better so you can live more authentically. This Instagram account provides an easy way for beginners to learn about the Enneagram by providing simple explanations of each type along with fun quizzes and activities that will help you discover which type resonates most with you! At Boss Mom, we use the enneagram to help better understand ourselves and our motivations so we can show up more authentically in our work, our parenting, and our overall lives.
@TheHolisticPsychologist: If you’re looking for a more holistic approach to improving your mental health in 2023, this account is definitely worth a follow. Dr. Nicole LaPera is a psychologist that teaches you to heal and consciously create a new version of yourself. She uses her background in neuroscience to explore how mind-body practices such as meditation can help us achieve healthier lives both mentally and physically. She also shares tips for achieving balance in all areas of life—from work/life balance to spiritual balance. We love how she isn’t afraid to talk about the elephant in the room on her social media. This is a social media strategy we help our NTCS members create using short training, templates, and micro coaching.
@SamanthaSkelly: Samantha Skelly is a breathwork life coach. Her Instagram account is full of inspiring posts that motivate and empower women on their journey to personal growth. She also shares her own journey as she works towards her goals. She shares her tips on how to manifest the life you want and encourages you to practice gratitude daily in a friendly, non-judgemental way.
@LifeasJenn: Jenn is a certified gut, hormone, and thyroid health coach who loves helping other women improve their metabolic health. She uses reels to give real advice backed by science on gut health, thyroid and hormone health, and nutrition. Using reels on Instagram is a smart way to provide training to your audience, and in NTCS, we teach you how to create reel content without dancing, pointing, or lip-syncing. 
@RestoredNutrition: Restored Nutrition focuses on helping women nourish their bodies not just physically but emotionally too. They provide nutrition services such as meal plans and grocery lists and advice on mindfulness practices like yoga and meditation that help promote emotional well-being. Their Instagram account offers valuable nutrition information and stories from real people who have been helped by their services.
@DelyannetheMoneyCoach: Delyanne is a financial coach dedicated to helping women win at investing in the stock market and take control of their finances so they can reach their financial goals without sacrificing their mental health or well-being. She shares useful information on budgeting, investing, credit scores, and debt management along with actionable steps that will help make managing your finances easier than ever before!
@MelissaU – Melissa U is the CEO and co-creator of the Whole 30 and the best-selling author of The Book of Boundaries. We love her fun, witty way of calling out the elephant in the room and giving you permission to use boundaries to be yourself.
Now that 2022 has ended, this is the perfect time to plan how you want your personal wellness journey in 2023 to look! Follow these 10 inspiring Instagram accounts and use their tips throughout the year so that you can make sure your physical, mental, emotional, and financial well-being are all taken care of this New Year! It’s never too late (or too early!) to take care of yourself!
And for expert advice on how to use social media to grow your business even if you don’t enjoy using social media, check out this blog post. 
Nicole Vasco

Nicole Vasco

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