8 must-follow Instagram accounts for online creatives looking to ditch perfect in their business
Overcoming your perfectionism is not easy. At all.
It’s a coping mechanism you’ve been carrying around for so many years, so it’s no wonder that many of us recovering perfectionists feel a little tired, stressed + confused from time to time.
But there are people who can help you. People who have gone through the same things you’re going through now.
During my many hours scrolling down the Instagram rabbit hole (I know, I know… #procrastinationfail), I’ve found these 8 accounts for online creatives that are tired of being held back by their inner perfectionist.
These 8 relatable and inspiring Instagram accounts share what it’s really like to let go of the hustle of perfectionism and embrace your perfectly imperfect self instead.
Jaclyn is a mindset and marketing mentor, speaker and co-hostess of the All Up In Your Lady Business podcast. She helps passionate, creative entrepreneurs channel their zone of genius, tackle their inner mean girls, and take that #imperfectleap.
Caroline helps soulful creatives live and work as their best, brightest selves. She’s passionate about working to live rather than living to work. As a self-made artist, she embraces messiness and imperfection to create her gorgeous abstract affirmations. Also, Caroline’s art process videos are a must-watch.
Bethany is a fur mama to her fat kitty Cocoa and a literal bubble of laughter. She’s a photographer of #vibranthearts, calligraphy artist, and podcaster. As an encourager, she uses her powerful words to inspire and empower women in all shapes and sizes.
Molly helps women share their story in an authentic way, because your story matters. Molly Ho Studio is a brand and graphic design studio for the soul searchers, the dreamers, the storytellers, the believers, the doers who want to dig deep, feel more aligned + go beyond the surface level stuff. Get ready to feel inspired about topics like body positivity, imposter syndrome, and feeling not good enough.
Through The Imperfect Boss, Ashley’s on a mission to make imperfect normal and inspire women to be real and confident. Most days, you'll find her in the midst of heart-to-hearts with women, inspiring crowds with fist-pumping talks, and gathering people online and in real life. Make sure to follow this account so that you don’t miss out on the next campaign.
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Jenna is a true multi-passionate. She’s a photographer, watercolor artist, online marketing educator, and host of the Goal Digger Podcast. A recent Instagram post from this body positive babe went absolutely viral. Looking for encouraging soul talk? Then Jenna’s your gal!
Talking about encouraging soul talk... Elise and Scott use words that pack a punch. They embody the spirit of redefining success and building contagiously happy lives and businesses on their own terms.
Rachel helps women create, bloom, and grow a beautiful brand that’s fueled with purpose. She’s believes that within each of us lies our own unique blend of magic and, when we share these gifts with the world, we become unstoppable. Uhm… woah!
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AND OF COURSE…
I have to give myself a shoutout, too! Over on the ol’ Insta I empower online creatives to #ditchperfect + finally make big things happen in their creative business. My approach is a mix of encouragement + real talk, your biggest cheerleader on the sidelines + your accountability buddy along the way.
Are you stuck in perfectionism and need little help letting go of the perfectionist tendencies that are holding you back? Then make sure to download your FREE copy of my perfectionism-busting workbook.
LET ME KNOW, WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT THAT NEVER FAILS TO MAKE YOU FEEL INSPIRED AND EMPOWERED TO MAKE BIG THINGS HAPPEN IN YOUR CREATIVE BUSINESS?
Hey, Wendy here!
As a perfectionism coach, I help online creatives #ditchperfect, overcome their perfectionism + take action on the big ideas they have for their business. Let’s work together and make those ideas happen.