Whether you’re working at home or just bored at home, there’s one thing that we all have in common – we have a lot more time on our hands and our hours of screen time are climbing.
From foodie to fashion to fitness, the influencer world is more active than ever publishing home workouts, recipes and, quite frankly, anything they can cobble together from the comfort of their couch, which is resulting in us being surrounded by more content than ever before. For those, like us, that are keeping busy by scrolling the screen, we’ve put together our top five influencers to spend some quality time with.
Foodie favourite and author of the One Pound Meal cookbook series Miguel’s recipes, cooking tips and frugal food philosophies have never been more relevant, particularly when everyone has more time than ever to get into the kitchen but are operating on tight budgets. Above and beyond the recipes, Miguel is hilarious and much needed light relief in these dark times.
‘Documenting adventures big and small’ Alice, working as European PR Manager for Hoxton Hotel, is an authority on wanderlust with effortless style. Her account is a calming and unpretentious source of inspiration from recipes to travel tips, running advice, all sprinkled with a little positivity. Her recommendations are always simple but unique and interesting.
The ultimate East London hipster and trendsetter, Raven Smith can be found writing his regular style column for The Sunday Times Style as well as contributing occasional opinion pieces for British Vogue, renovating his East London haunt, and terrorising his long–suffering husband on Instagram. His wit, sarcasm and never–ending stream of memes are sure to give you a bit of a light-hearted lift. If you can bear to tear yourself away from the screen, check out his first published book, Raven Smith’s trivial Pursuits.
Of course we’ve got another food account in here, who do you think we are? Recipe developer at our favourite fresh produce supplier, Natoora, Gerogia’s account always helps to answer the eternal question; ‘What are we having for dinner tonight?’. Her recipes are hearty, simple and always mouth-wateringly presented. A little something to get the taste buds going.
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