In need for some inspo’ on how to make the world a better place? We suggest you turn to these Vienna-based Instagrammers this summer who are standing up for humanity, the animals, or our planet on the social media platforms.
We feel inspired because… she’s a nature-loving optimist caring for the environment by collecting rubbish and highlighting how we should be more conscious of the waste we’re feeling the world with in her #mülltagebuch (diary of rubbish)
We feel inspired because… she’s all about equality, she’s that powerful kind of in your face about issues that matter to many, she’s a feminist, a self-proclaimed ‘fatgirl’, a queer lesbian and she’s really good with words.
We feel inspired because… she’s a storyteller showing how beautiful diversity, inclusion and equality are.
We feel inspired because… they mobilise all generations and are advocates for Mother Nature, they are advocating in a powerful way for the most important issue of our time – the climate crisis
We feel inspired because… these lovely grandmas are fighting for ALL kids and grandkids out there to live in a world without extreme right populist politics and hate
We feel inspired because… she aspries to live her life in a slow and conscious way while also showing honestly and openly the ups and downs of the ride.
We feel inspired because… she thinks critically, asks the real questions and doesn’t let herself be silenced by loud and ignorant critics of her cause, she’s a fighter
We feel inspired because… she’s helping others to become a more conscious inhabitant of this planet in a mindful and loving way, she uses storytelling in a honest way to advocate for the good fight
We feel inspired because… she talks about the real things that most people get all awkward about, she shows that it is okay to have bad days without feeling like your loser, she makes people feel less alone, she exposes herself honestly to help others, she’s damn brave
We feel inspired because… she stands up for the beings of this planet that can’t stand up and speak up for themselves and takes these issues to the street, she’s a powerful advocate for loving all living things