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IG Accounts for Your Daily Mental Health Check

Taking care of mental health is key for happiness, efficiency, and self-fulfillment. Sometimes all it takes is a five-minute check-in to turn your day around. These four women are go-to resources for those not-so-happy days.


Dr. Mel Robbins @MelRobbins

Mel Robbins is a mom of three, author, and a well-known public speaker. Her bestselling book The 5 Second Rule is a must-read for moms. The rule is simple: 

“The moment you have an instinct to act on a goal, you must 5-4-3-2-1 and physically move, or your brain will stop you.” 

Whether that goal is finishing the laundry or launching a new business, Mel’s approach is sure to help you attain it. You can also find Dr. Mel Robbins on Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, and Twitter.

Dr. Julie Smith @DrJulie

Clinical psychologist Dr. Julie Smith specializes in helping people cope with anxiety, depression, and other mental health challenges. Her social media pages provide daily help and inspiration. I love this quote from her recent Instagram post for people struggling with depression: 

The key here is to know that, whatever depression tells you to do, it is not in the driving seat. You get to choose what you do. You get to choose whether you go with the urge or act opposite to it. In recovery, try to act based on what you want for your future, not how you feel now.”

Follow this link to find all of Dr. Julie’s socials, including YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and  TikTok.

Gabby Bernstein  @GabbyBerstein

Gabby Bernstein’s goal for you is simple: “Become the happiest person you know.” If you’re an Audible user, make sure to check out her books, which include You Are the Guru, Super Attractor, and Judgment Detox. Gabby credits spirituality for helping her in her own path to sobriety. Her Spirit Junkie app provides daily affirmations to start your day right and keep you on a positive track. 

Dr. Lauren Hazzouri  @Dr__Lauren

Dr. Lauren Hazzouri is a psychologist and devoted mom. She has done tremendous work for young women, and is the founder of Not Therapy, a movement created to address the mental health of young women struggling with self-image concerns. If you struggle with your own self-image, check out her Imposter Syndrome Curriculum. It will make you think twice about what you’re capable of!

Nicole lives in Maryland with her husband and five (soon to be six!) children. She spends most of her time homeschooling her very energetic kids. Although "Mom" is her full-time title right now, she has also worked as a birth and postpartum doula, prenatal fitness specialist, personal trainer, yoga instructor, and freelance writer and editor.


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