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It’s his way of saying “I love you.”On today’s #WeeklyFluff we are wiggling into the weekend with Arlo (@arlobird ), a 2-year-old Pacific parrotlet.“Arlo gets super excited about getting treats and wiggles like crazy for them,” says his human Jennifer. “All parrotlets can wiggle, but not all of them do, which makes him extra special.”Video by @arlobird
Are you ready to live your #FootballLife? Oussama (@oussifooty ) sure is. ⚽️ 😀The 20-year-old Belgium-based student and content creator has been hard at work shooting videos and scoring goals ahead of this year’s @euro2020 football tournament, which kicks off today in stadiums across 11 different cities in Europe. “I’m looking forward to the amazing goals, skills and celebrations,” says Oussama. “I’ll be watching the games with my family and friends. I’m going to cheer for Belgium because it’s my home country and they have a lot of talented football players.” 🙌Reel by @oussifooty Music by @fluxpavilion
Some people fit in, others find a different flow. 🌊“Fashion inspires me to wear things that bring out my personality and show different sides of me,” says Joe Floww (@joefloww_ ). The 23-year-old style creator has been going against the tide since high school, when he wore a suede suit with fringe to prom. “It is normal to wear a suit and tie, but I chose to be a fashionable cowboy, and I loved it.”Reel by @joefloww_ Music by @shawnwasabi
“This piece is a reminder to take a few deep breaths and be kind to ourselves, to rest and recuperate.” 💞 —Illustrator and visual artist Sudeepti Tucker (@sudeepti.tucker )Sudeepti is based in New Delhi, India, and created this illustration in response to the country's COVID-19 crisis. “We are collectively witnessing a very stressful time and most of us are overwhelmed and exhausted,” she says. “I wanted to show that despite a very present threat outside, our homes remain a safe space where we can blossom and heal.”Part of the healing comes from the outpouring of support she's seen between friends and families and even strangers. “While the circumstances that demand this collective courage are sad, it is very heartening that in the face of this continuing crisis, we are standing by each other and helping as much as we can.”For information and resources in India, watch our story right now.Illustration by @sudeepti.tucker
“Whether it’s fashion, makeup, K-pop or even an LGBTQ+ skit, the overall message across all of the content that I create is that you should just have fun, be passionate about what you do and be yourself,” says California-based creator Kevin Ninh, aka @flawlesskevin .“Flawless to me doesn’t necessarily mean the absence of flaws, rather it is having those flaws but owning them,” says Kevin. “I hope people are able to learn confidence, feel empowered and practice self-love when they see me living my truth.” ✨🌈🦋Kevin is part of Instagram and Facebook’s first-ever Creator Week, which is all about helping creators turn big ideas into full-on careers. See our Creator Week highlight for Live sessions you can tune in to — and follow @creators for more exciting updates from the week. 🤩Photo by @flawlesskevin
“Demand your worth and nothing less.” —Recording artist Fousheé (@fousheelive )While Fousheé’s journey as a singer-songwriter is informed by her eclectic musical upbringing, her rise to prominence has been complicated, empowering and far from an overnight success.“My mom introduced me to music, it was always blasting in the house,” says Fousheé. “She was a musician herself, so I think it got passed down in my genes. I used to dance too, and create things a lot — drawings, clothes. But music always held a special place. It was a crucial source of expression for me.My love of music helped me discover my confidence. I could say anything in a song. It helped me gain patience. Finding the right sounds and ideas takes time, trial and error. The best music happens when you give it space — you can’t force it to happen.”Fousheé came to prominence recently when she reclaimed her song “Deep End” after an uncredited sample of her voice went viral.“It was aggravating initially having my voice anonymously being passed around,” she says. “I wanted to connect the dots but didn’t know how. Once that happened, I was relieved. The recognition got me in a lot of doors. It connected me with a world of new people. I think it got people’s attention too. A little mystery makes a person more curious. Since then, I’ve finally gotten the resources and energy to make the music and visuals I’ve been cooking up for a minute. It feels good.”Reel and music by @fousheelive
“I am a free spirit and love to spread positivity.” —Shalice Ader (@heyshalice )The 22-year-old Filipino-American also has alopecia areata, a hair-loss condition that she was diagnosed with at the age of 1.“Alopecia and I have a beautiful relationship. I hit rock-bottom mentally because of it, but that allowed me to build mental calluses to become my most confident and happiest self,” says Shalice.While growing up, Shalice struggled with periods of depression, stress and anxiety. She suffered bullying and wore wigs and hats to conceal her condition. Today, through her social media presence, she spreads positive energy and openly celebrates her authentic self.“I felt alone a lot of the time in my struggle to accept my baldness and I felt that putting myself out there would bring courage to myself and any others who were in a similar situation as I was,” she says. “I hope my photos radiate happiness and confidence to anyone struggling with accepting their appearance. We are all uniquely beautiful and we should embrace that. Love yourself and accept all that you are. You are one of one.”Photo by @heyshalice
🌈✨ “The one word I’d use to describe Pride is freedom,” says Hyeokjin Eum (@e__um ), a fashion model and creator from South Korea.This Pride month, Hyeokjin shares some words of inspiration for stepping into the spotlight as our authentic selves. “I hope you do not hide or feel ashamed,” he says, “but love yourself more, hug yourself more, confidently and proudly.”Today on our story, we hear more from Hyeokjin on why it’s important to #ShareWithPride, as we continue celebrating the LGBTQ+ community this #Pride month and beyond. Photo by @e__um
Butterfly boop.Bear (@thatgoldendog ) may naturally be a busy bee, but when it comes to monarch butterflies, this golden retriever is something else.“Bear saw butterflies in the yard for the first time when he was only 3 months old,” says his human Candice. “I was shocked to see a puppy who was in his ‘land shark’ phase turn into a gentle old soul when he was around them. Five years later, he still loves to check up on them.” #WeeklyFluffReel by @thatgoldendog Music by @randynewmanofficial
“I want to inspire people to live in their truth,” says content creator, filmmaker and artist Armiel Chandler (@armielchandler ), who uses his platform to educate and spread positivity. “Growing up, I learned to be in love with myself and who I am. Being creative was my escape from reality to celebrate all the things people thought were flaws but became my strengths. I seek to celebrate Blackness, queerness and body positivity. All of the content that I try to create is inspired by my younger self — someone who was scared to be themselves and tried to fit in with what he thought was ‘popular.’ My work inspires the little boy and others who felt like they didn’t belong, motivating them to embrace their differences and shine through positivity. I want to inspire people to love themselves and remind them that they are important, they matter and to not let anyone steal their joy.” Reel by @armielchandler
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