By Mariah Ross
Social media was created as a space for friends and family to stay connected and share their lives. While still a fundamental function, social media feeds can also be overwhelming, especially during the 2020 election.
Evade the negativity and drama by revamping your timeline to promote positivity and self care with these Tusk approved social media accounts.
Created by Dr. Nicole LePera, The Holistic Psychologist can teach us all a thing or two when it comes to healing from within. Filled with easy to read photos and detailed captions, Dr. LePera shatters myths and defies social stigma through educational tips and explanations.
*Page Highlight – text the number provided in the bio to receive daily, inspiring texts.
Follow Headspace for a “guide to health and happiness.” Don’t let the vibrant colors and emoticon faces fool you, this page provides tips and tricks for everything you never knew you needed, like how to make a habit stick and meditations to decompress after these elections.
*Page Highlight – Headspace tackles difficult subjects without bombarding viewers with negativity. Check out their IGTV for a guide on meditating through difficult conversations.
Journalists, author, and entrepreneur Krista Tippett created The On Being Project with the intent to provide “tools for the art of living.” Whether you prefer reading, podcasts or radio shows, this page has it all. With thought-provoking poetry laced in between conversations with inspiring figures, On Being will leave you feeling revived and stimulated.
*Page Highlight – Easy access to all the nonprofit podcasts and playlists can be found right in the bio. Including an inspiring conversation with Zen priest and Reverend Angel Kyodo Williams, the second black woman recognized as a teacher in Japanese Zen lineage.