Mindful Scrolling: HK-based Instagrammers we follow for inspiration

WOMB Hong Kong Editorial Instagram

It’s no secret that we all are on social media a lot. WOMB team is no exception. We do believe that your Instagram or Facebook feed is just a tool, and essentially who you follow and with what purpose makes your time dedicated to social media either a complete waste of energy or an interesting search for inspiration and new ideas.
Read on to see, whom WOMB stalks and why we think they’re awesome!

All In Asia
All round conscious stuff from Hong Kong and from other parts of the world. This IG profile shares conscious news, keeps us updated on cool events and provides a healthy dose of sarcasm when needed. All In Asia is an extremely versatile profile, and it is often a platform for re-sharing and re-posting content and hence keeps us updated on other cool Instagrammers, for which we are for ever grateful!

Herbivore HK
We are plant-based foodies with limited time and limited budget, and Herbivore is a beautiful directory of vegetarian and vegan eateries in Hong Kong. The places are given ratings, and the dishes are thoroughly described, so a simple read through a post gives one a good impression of what the restaurant and the food are like. Beautiful visuals and honest writing, we love this combo, and we also love how engaging Herbivore is with its IG-stories!

Pledge To Nature
An incredibly honest, personal IG account telling about LOW waste, green living and easy DIY. We really like how accessible the content on this profile is; we believe it could resonate with anyone! Following it close, we know that there is some very interesting content coming up, among others a conscious travel-guide with tips about Bangkok, where WOMB recently paid a visit too! Super excited!

SEED Hong Kong
Seed is a Zero Waste store in Sai Kung, but their Instagram feed is much more than snaps from the shop. Of course they keep you posted on new product arrivals, but they also provide tips on package-free shopping in Sai Kung. They also take time to explain why they promote and sell certain products to keep maximum transparency towards the consumers.

Kay Wong and Toby Crispy recently launched their project which aims to rescue clothes and give them a second life. Their IG-feed is clean, sleek and shows some of their up-cycled garments providing inspiration and reassuring us that circular economy really can be applied in the fashion industry!

Cherry on top!

Some of the amazing bloggers whom we have mentioned in our editorial before have beautiful Instagram accounts as well! Just because they weren’t in the spotlight today, you should still make sure to check out:

Kammie Lau & The Lesser Evil Blog


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