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play_circle_filled Vegan chef and actress Tabitha Brown (@iamtabithabrown) shares messages about life through food. Just take the avocado, for example.⁣
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“Sometimes when we allow the world to influence us so much that it hardens us, we can’t make beautiful things happen.⁣
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Ooh but baby, when we soften ourselves just a little bit, the most beautiful things come about.”⁣
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You’re in for a treat with her guacamole recipe. So grab some chips and #TakeABreak with Tabitha as she reminds us to be gentle with ourselves — and each other..

Vegan chef and actress Tabitha Brown (@iamtabithabrown ) shares messages about life through food. Just take the avocado, for example.⁣ 🥑✨⁣ “Sometimes when we allow the world to influence us so much that it hardens us, we can’t make beautiful things happen.⁣ ⁣ Ooh but baby, when we soften ourselves just a little bit, the most beautiful things come about.”⁣ 💞⁣ You’re in for a treat with her guacamole recipe. So grab some chips and #TakeABreak with Tabitha as she reminds us to be gentle with ourselves — and each other. ...

photo_library Photographer Teresa Freitas’ (@teresacfreitas) imagery plays with our perception, giving a slightly “off” feeling to things that exist IRL.⁣
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“I use color to subvert familiar motifs into something less tangible and more cinematic,” she says about the distinctive tints and saturated palette that infuses her work. “I prefer natural light, and I don’t mind shooting during the harsh-light hours, but I run away from dark and gray days.⁣
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I believe there’s a sense of positivity that continually permeates my work, through the use of light and airy tones matched with bolder and stronger hues. Something that can be delicate yet distinctive, unusual and vivid at the same time. I hope to surprise people and catch their eye, changing their visual perception of reality through a picturesque approach.”⁣
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#ThisWeekOnInstagram⁣
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Photo ilinstagramration and videos by @teresacfreitas.

Photographer Teresa Freitas’ (@teresacfreitas ) imagery plays with our perception, giving a slightly “off” feeling to things that exist IRL.⁣ ⁣ “I use color to subvert familiar motifs into something less tangible and more cinematic,” she says about the distinctive tints and saturated palette that infuses her work. “I prefer natural light, and I don’t mind shooting during the harsh-light hours, but I run away from dark and gray days.⁣ ⁣ I believe there’s a sense of positivity that continually permeates my work, through the use of light and airy tones matched with bolder and stronger hues. Something that can be delicate yet distinctive, unusual and vivid at the same time. I hope to surprise people and catch their eye, changing their visual perception of reality through a picturesque approach.”⁣ ⁣ #ThisWeekOnInstagram ⁣ ⁣ Photo ilinstagramration and videos by @teresacfreitas ...

photo_library “I wanted to create something that represented inner peace for me,” says freelance artist and graphic designer Nathalie Huijbers (@visualpotions) about her digital composition instagramled “Inner Tranquility.”⁣
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“All my works are inspired by elements I have always felt drawn to: nature, flowers, dusk, clouds, the night, the sky, the moon, instagrame and stars. I always create a work based on the current feelings or mood I experience.⁣
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I usually look at something with the thought: ‘How can I make this look ethereal or make something surreal happen here?’⁣
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I hope I can pull people into my worlds and give them a certain emotion in doing so, to distract them from anything that’s going on in their lives — even if it’s just for a moment.”⁣
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#ThisWeekOnInstagram⁣
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Photo ilinstagramration by @visualpotions.

“I wanted to create something that represented inner peace for me,” says freelance artist and graphic designer Nathalie Huijbers (@visualpotions ) about her digital composition instagramled “Inner Tranquility.”⁣ ⁣ “All my works are inspired by elements I have always felt drawn to: nature, flowers, dusk, clouds, the night, the sky, the moon, instagrame and stars. I always create a work based on the current feelings or mood I experience.⁣ ⁣ I usually look at something with the thought: ‘How can I make this look ethereal or make something surreal happen here?’⁣ ⁣ I hope I can pull people into my worlds and give them a certain emotion in doing so, to distract them from anything that’s going on in their lives — even if it’s just for a moment.”⁣ ⁣ #ThisWeekOnInstagram ⁣ ⁣ Photo ilinstagramration by @visualpotions ...

photo_library #HelloFrom Guadalupe Island, Mexico. 🦈 ⁣
We are dreaming of this protected ecosystem’s clear waters. ⁣
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The remote island, 150 miles (240 kilometers) off Mexico’s Baja California peninsula, is one of the world’s best locations for observing great white sharks... like this one that is about to breach.⁣
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Photo by @andy_mann.

#HelloFrom Guadalupe Island, Mexico. 🦈 ⁣ We are dreaming of this protected ecosystem’s clear waters. ⁣ ⁣ The remote island, 150 miles (240 kilometers) off Mexico’s Baja California peninsula, is one of the world’s best locations for observing great white sharks... like this one that is about to breach.⁣ ⁣ Photo by @andy_mann ...

photo_library After a spa day, Meemu is ready for the spotlight. 🛁⭐️🐩⁣
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With 20 years of experience as a professional dog groomer, Jess Rona (@jessronagrooming) knows how to give our pets the star treatment they deserve, and her poodle mix, Meemu, is more than happy to help demonstrate.⁣
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“My favorite thing is seeing people’s faces when they get their dog back,” says the Los Angeles-based groomer. “Especially for people who bring in a really dirty messy dog, and I do a full makeover. It keeps them healthy and feeling good.”⁣
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Today on our story, Jess shows us how to #TryThisAtHome, and Meemu shows us just how much he loves it.⁣
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Video and photo by @jessronagrooming.

After a spa day, Meemu is ready for the spotlight. 🛁⭐️🐩⁣ ⁣ With 20 years of experience as a professional dog groomer, Jess Rona (@jessronagrooming ) knows how to give our pets the star treatment they deserve, and her poodle mix, Meemu, is more than happy to help demonstrate.⁣ ⁣ “My favorite thing is seeing people’s faces when they get their dog back,” says the Los Angeles-based groomer. “Especially for people who bring in a really dirty messy dog, and I do a full makeover. It keeps them healthy and feeling good.”⁣ ⁣ Today on our story, Jess shows us how to #TryThisAtHome , and Meemu shows us just how much he loves it.⁣ ⁣ Video and photo by @jessronagrooming ...

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play_circle_filled Slidin’ into another stay-at-home weekend like... 🤪⁣
with Tegan (@minitegan), a small but sinstagramy miniature dachshund who’s found a way to entertain herself behind closed doors. #WeeklyFluff⁣
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Video by @minitegan.

Slidin’ into another stay-at-home weekend like... 🤪⁣ with Tegan (@minitegan ), a small but sinstagramy miniature dachshund who’s found a way to entertain herself behind closed doors. #WeeklyFluff ⁣ ⁣ Video by @minitegan ...

photo_library Whether you’re standing tall, “pumping iron” or chillin’ like a chinchilla, we all deserve a reason to smile. 🙂⁣
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For more posts from the community that shared the power of joy, check out our story.⁣
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Ilinstagramration by @mkoby_; Videos by @suerte_sue and @scaf_oner.

Whether you’re standing tall, “pumping iron” or chillin’ like a chinchilla, we all deserve a reason to smile. 🙂⁣ ⁣ For more posts from the community that shared the power of joy, check out our story.⁣ ⁣ Ilinstagramration by @mkoby_ ; Videos by @suerte_sue and @scaf_oner ...

photo_library Good vibes at your fingertips, courtesy of @nuka.nails. 💅🏼💯🤩 
 
Kadimah Aaliyah Tackie (@kaddyfromthewest) and Anouska Scarlet Anastasia Ryan (@anouskaanastasia), the owners of the London nail salon, create nail art inspired by music, fashion and fun times. The duo started their business with the idea that anyone and everyone can express themselves through nail art. 
 
Kadimah and Anouska agree that no matter your age, gender or race, anyone can wear amazing nails. 
 
Ready to try? Today and tomorrow, @timeoutlondon and @timeoutnewyork are going Live with inspiring businesses like @nuka.nails, as part of our small business festival #ExperienceLDN and #ExperienceNYC. Check it out right now. 
 
Photos by @nuka.nails.

Good vibes at your fingertips, courtesy of @nuka.nails. 💅🏼💯🤩 Kadimah Aaliyah Tackie (@kaddyfromthewest ) and Anouska Scarlet Anastasia Ryan (@anouskaanastasia ), the owners of the London nail salon, create nail art inspired by music, fashion and fun times. The duo started their business with the idea that anyone and everyone can express themselves through nail art. Kadimah and Anouska agree that no matter your age, gender or race, anyone can wear amazing nails. Ready to try? Today and tomorrow, @timeoutlondon and @timeoutnewyork are going Live with inspiring businesses like @nuka.nails , as part of our small business festival #ExperienceLDN and #ExperienceNYC . Check it out right now. Photos by @nuka.nails ...

photo_library Kai Lightner (@kailightner) has always had a pinstagramion for climbing.⁣
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“As an ADHD kid, I would find ways to climb everything around the house and everywhere I went in public,” says the 20-year-old professional rock climber. Kai won his first youth national championship at 10 years old, the Youth World Championships at 14, and at 15 he won the first of his two Adult National Championship instagramles. “One of the many obstacles in increasing minority partiinstagramtion and creating an inclusive environment in the outdoor industry is the lack of representation for BIPOC athletes.⁣
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Growing up rock climbing, I was always very aware I was different. I would always be the only Black person in every climbing environment and none of my friends from my neighborhood understood why I enjoyed the sport. The lack of representation and Black role models in rock climbing made it hard for them to visualize what success for us looked like in my sport.⁣
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However, I recognize that my achievements have opened the door for other young Black athletes to have the role model I never had. I believe that seeing accomplished athletes that look like you, or come from similar backgrounds, can serve as motivation and inspiration to young athletes.⁣
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Stereotypes don’t have to limit your possibilities; you can partiinstagramte and be successful in any activity you set your mind to, regardless of societal expectations.”⁣
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#ShareBlackStories⁣
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Photo of @kailightner by @shanemesser86.

Kai Lightner (@kailightner ) has always had a pinstagramion for climbing.⁣ ⁣ “As an ADHD kid, I would find ways to climb everything around the house and everywhere I went in public,” says the 20-year-old professional rock climber. Kai won his first youth national championship at 10 years old, the Youth World Championships at 14, and at 15 he won the first of his two Adult National Championship instagramles. “One of the many obstacles in increasing minority partiinstagramtion and creating an inclusive environment in the outdoor industry is the lack of representation for BIPOC athletes.⁣ ⁣ Growing up rock climbing, I was always very aware I was different. I would always be the only Black person in every climbing environment and none of my friends from my neighborhood understood why I enjoyed the sport. The lack of representation and Black role models in rock climbing made it hard for them to visualize what success for us looked like in my sport.⁣ ⁣ However, I recognize that my achievements have opened the door for other young Black athletes to have the role model I never had. I believe that seeing accomplished athletes that look like you, or come from similar backgrounds, can serve as motivation and inspiration to young athletes.⁣ ⁣ Stereotypes don’t have to limit your possibilities; you can partiinstagramte and be successful in any activity you set your mind to, regardless of societal expectations.”⁣ ⁣ #ShareBlackStories ⁣ ⁣ Photo of @kailightner by @shanemesser 86 ...

photo_library Holland (@holland_vvv) has taken an unconventional path and fiercely independent approach to his music career from the start. The first openly gay K-pop idol, Holland manages his own image and crowdfunds his music to maintain artistic control.⁣
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The video for Holland’s 2018 debut release “Neverland” featured the singer’s same-instagram kiss. It gained a million online views overnight and grew his global audience. “I make music with the inspiration and life lessons I have gained in mind. That’s how I grew on my own and forged my bond with my fans. My work itself is an embodiment of Holland. K-pop, or music these days in general, blends sound, melody, lyrics, photos, videos and even fashion. As such, it lets me heal my wounds and helps me enrich myself culturally. I can’t live without music now.”⁣
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Holland came out in middle school and takes his name from the country which was the first to legalize same-instagram marriage. “The people who were the greatest source of strength for me when I was getting bullied at school were pop artists that openly supported the LGBTQ community,” he says. “I resolved to become the kind of person with social influence who could be a source of strength for the little Hollands later on.” #ThisWeekOnInstagram⁣
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Photo by @holland_vvv.

Holland (@holland_vvv ) has taken an unconventional path and fiercely independent approach to his music career from the start. The first openly gay K-pop idol, Holland manages his own image and crowdfunds his music to maintain artistic control.⁣ ⁣ The video for Holland’s 2018 debut release “Neverland” featured the singer’s same-instagram kiss. It gained a million online views overnight and grew his global audience. “I make music with the inspiration and life lessons I have gained in mind. That’s how I grew on my own and forged my bond with my fans. My work itself is an embodiment of Holland. K-pop, or music these days in general, blends sound, melody, lyrics, photos, videos and even fashion. As such, it lets me heal my wounds and helps me enrich myself culturally. I can’t live without music now.”⁣ ⁣ Holland came out in middle school and takes his name from the country which was the first to legalize same-instagram marriage. “The people who were the greatest source of strength for me when I was getting bullied at school were pop artists that openly supported the LGBTQ community,” he says. “I resolved to become the kind of person with social influence who could be a source of strength for the little Hollands later on.” #ThisWeekOnInstagram ⁣ ⁣ Photo by @holland_vvv ...

photo_library “My paintings can be called visual music,” says painter and educator Kildren (@kildren), who creates both digital and instagramog pieces inspired by music and the people who make it. “All my paintings coexist with realistic parts and abstract elements,” he explains. “Balance is as important as composition.” 
 
But above all else, Kildren’s art, including this portrait of Korean-American rapper Jay Park (@jparkitrighthere), is made as a fan of the musicians he respects. #ThisWeekOnInstagram 
 
Ilinstagramration by @kildren.

“My paintings can be called visual music,” says painter and educator Kildren (@kildren ), who creates both digital and instagramog pieces inspired by music and the people who make it. “All my paintings coexist with realistic parts and abstract elements,” he explains. “Balance is as important as composition.” But above all else, Kildren’s art, including this portrait of Korean-American rapper Jay Park (@jparkitrighthere ), is made as a fan of the musicians he respects. #ThisWeekOnInstagram Ilinstagramration by @kildren ...

photo_library Lia Kim (@liakimhappy) took her first dance clinstagram at 15 and hasn’t stopped moving since. “My dance style is a combination of popping, hip-hop, waacking, vogueing and contemporary,” says the cinstagramographer, who first gained recognition by partiinstagramting in street dance battles.⁣
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Lia is responsible for some of K-pop’s most iconic dance routines and co-founded the 1MILLION Dance Studio (@1milliondance) — which extends from its physical location in Seoul, South Korea, to a minstagramive global audience online. “In Korea, there weren’t many opportunities given to dancers or cinstagramographers. I felt it was incredibly important for the dancers to be able to have a place where they can truly be the artists, rather than being seen as backup dancers for singers and the support for other artists,” she explains.⁣
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“It’s an amazing feeling to see that people are watching my dances and feeling inspired to cover my cinstagramography and upload their videos.” #ThisWeekOnInstagram⁣
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Photo by @liakimhappy.

Lia Kim (@liakimhappy ) took her first dance clinstagram at 15 and hasn’t stopped moving since. “My dance style is a combination of popping, hip-hop, waacking, vogueing and contemporary,” says the cinstagramographer, who first gained recognition by partiinstagramting in street dance battles.⁣ ⁣ Lia is responsible for some of K-pop’s most iconic dance routines and co-founded the 1MILLION Dance Studio (@1milliondance) — which extends from its physical location in Seoul, South Korea, to a minstagramive global audience online. “In Korea, there weren’t many opportunities given to dancers or cinstagramographers. I felt it was incredibly important for the dancers to be able to have a place where they can truly be the artists, rather than being seen as backup dancers for singers and the support for other artists,” she explains.⁣ ⁣ “It’s an amazing feeling to see that people are watching my dances and feeling inspired to cover my cinstagramography and upload their videos.” #ThisWeekOnInstagram ⁣ ⁣ Photo by @liakimhappy ...