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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF BECCARISA
70.6% of beccarisa's followers are female and 29.4% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 3.90%. The average number of likes per post is 97 and the average number of comments is 12.
Beccarisa loves posting about Fashion, Travel, Lifestyle.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR BECCARISA
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF BECCARISA
- Beauty & Fashion 83.69 %
- Art & Design 58.36 %
- Travel & Tourism 49.35 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 46.99 %
- Fitness & Yoga 38.63 %
- Children & Family 36.69 %
- Entertainment 36.04 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 34.94 %
- Photography 34.56 %
- Home & Garden 33.95 %
- Business & Careers 32.80 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 31.40 %
Huxley’s one year adoptiversary! 🥳🥳🥳 special thanks to my husband Gus for being the best dog dad ever, my family for asking for daily updates and watching him for a month, @emeraldcitypetrescue for the adoption, @slaughterhouse_survivors for rescuing him from the meat trade in Harbin, China, and you, for falling in love with him too. in these slides is a recap of the incredible year we had. we traveled to California by car and plane, spent time with family, worked on our training and obedience, and had so much fun on walks and playing with toys. Huxley is a pure bred miniature schnauzer—full of energy, mischief, and opinions. he brings me so much joy every single day and I’m confident that adopting him was one of the best decisions of my entire life. if you have questions about Huxley, adoption, training a rescue dog, or about mini schnauzers, leave a comment! you can see more of Huxley’s antics in my Story Highlights. . . . . . #adoptdontshop #adoptdontshop🐾 #rescuedogs #rescuedogsofinstagram #rescuedog #minischnauzer #minischnauzersofinstagram #miniatureschnauzer #schnauzer #schnauzersofinstagram #schnauzerlove #rescueschnauzer #schnauzerworld #schnauzerlife #adoptiversary
quarantine update: we spent the weekend working on the plants for our back patio. it’s my new favorite place in the whole world with Gus and Huxley (besides my bed). watch my stories for in progress updates and our design.
today is #worldibdday and I want to talk about something that I’m embarrassed about. I have Crohn’s disease. Crohn’s disease is an incurable autoimmune disease. I was finally diagnosed in summer of 2018 after a colonoscopy revealed ulcers and inflammation throughout my small and large intestine. I was put on prednisone (steroids) and methotrexate (immunosuppressant/chemotherapy) to slow the progression of the disease. my current treatment is #humira injections every two weeks. Crohn’s disease is a chronic inflammatory bowel disease that attacks the lining of the digestive tract and causes systemic symptoms outside the GI tract that affect overall health and quality of life. Crohn's disease is painful and debilitating, and can lead to life-threatening complications. It is a chronic disease, which means I will experience periods when symptoms are active, known as flares. when symptoms are not active, it’s called remission (NOT CURED). unfortunately right now my Crohn’s disease is flaring, and with it there’s severe fatigue and debilitating pain because my intestines are bleeding. inflammatory bowel disease, including Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, are two chronic digestive diseases that affect 5 million people worldwide. there is no cure, no known cause, and little public understanding of the pain and chronic suffering with which IBD patients courageously cope every day of their lives. If you have a bowel disease, please reach out so we can support each other. If you have any questions about what it’s like to live with Crohn’s disease, please don’t hesitate to ask. 💜💜💜 . . . . #MakeIBDwork #ibdawareness #ibdwarrior #crohnsdisease #crohnswarrior #crohnsawareness #crohnsandcolitis #crohnssucks #StepUp4IBD #chronicillness #chronicillnesswarrior #crohnsfighter #crohnslife #myibd #worldibdday2020 #ibdlookslikeme
week one progress on the back patio redo: added pea gravel, cement pavers, and a wood fire pit. I’m loving the monochromatic minimal design we decided on. ▶️ swipe for sneak previews of what we’re working on and for MORE HUXLEY. 🌱 next step: PLANTS! I’m going for a lush jungle. so far I picked out calla lilies, foxtail ferns, birds of paradise, and hopefully banana trees. do you have any outdoor plant recommendations? I’m in Seattle, zone 8. I know I am incredibly lucky to have such a large outdoor space. it’s been so good for my mental health to go outside during the stay-at-home order. fresh air and vitamin d are so necessary for good health. I hope you are staying healthy and that you’re able to enjoy the outdoors. love, brl . . . . . . #oneroomchallenge #patiodecor #patioideas #outdoorspaces #outdoorliving #outdoordecor #outdoorspaces #loveyourhome #homesweethome #diyprojects #bhghome #patiodesign #backyardgoals #backyardoasis
happy Mother’s Day to all mothers. these are family photos of the incredibly strong women that came before me and made me who I am today. 1. my mom Shelley and me 🥰 2. my maternal grandmother Ruth Furth looking fly as hell at their home in San Leandro, CA. 3. my paternal grandmother Mary Sonnenberg in a portrait she had taken while my grandfather was a medic in Burma during WWII. 4. my paternal great grandmother Rose Schussheim in Paterson, New Jersey (I look exactly like her). she was my grandfather Arthur’s mother. 5. my great grandmother Rose again, with my great-great grandmother Theresa, and great-great grandfather Aaron in Czernowitz (now Ukraine) likely in the late 1890s before coming to the US. 6. my maternal great grandmother Rebecca Newman with her son, my grandfather Lou, my mom, and my aunt Wendy. 7. my maternal great grandmother Emma Aitel with my mom and Wendy. Emma was a fashion designer. 8. my grandmother Mary with her siblings, my great grandmother Molly, and great grandfather Wolf. #familyphotos #jewishwomen #jewishgirl #jewishhistory #mothersday
I don’t know how to be outside. 🦠 Is the virus in the air? Is it on my clothes? Is it in my blood already? do I need a mask even if I’m keeping a far away distance (10+ feet) from people? did I check my temperature today? when did I wash my hands last? do I have my hand sanitizer? I’m so tired of hand sanitizer, I can’t stand the smell. and I’m exhausted like, all the time. I haven’t been sleeping well and I am anxious like, all the time. are my parents okay? are your parents okay? are YOU okay?
quarantine diary | may 2, 2020 total covid-19 cases in the United States: 1.16M total covid-19 deaths in the United States: 67k making use of quarantine time: I sewed my first pillow cover with scrap palm tree fabric and a pillow we weren’t using. I learn the best when I teach myself how to do shit so I’m figuring this out as I go. I have no idea what I’m doing, but that’s kinda perfect for right now. I wanted to complete a task today and I’m proud of what I did. Huxley approves too. what did you do today? . . . . . #learntosew #sewing #sewingproject #seattledesign #seattledesigner #seattlemaker #joannsfabric #schnauzer #schnauzersofinstagram #athomewiththelunas #modernhomes #blackandwhitehome
here’s a nice reminder from my neighbors that I came across on my walk. how are you feeling today? . . . . #quarantine #quarantinelife #quarantineandchill #quarantinememes #lifeinquarantine
not a lot going on during this quarantine but here’s my face and freshly washed hair for proof of life.
sewed another mask! I’m learning more about sewing and stitches and how garments are constructed. as I was hunched over my sewing machine last night, back aching from three hours of stitching on my Singer, I realized that I was actually fulfilling Baby Becca’s dreams: to be a fashion designer. picking out fabric, designing the shape, arranging a pattern in a certain way on the finished garment, and sewing it all together. the finished piece is... pretty damn cool. I used a cotton bandana and a dinosaur print satin tie from pajama shorts. it’s definitely sloppy but I put my heart into it and had fun making it. Baby Becca would be so impressed that I designed something and made it with my own two hands.
have you redecorated an area your house lately? when I feel anxious, I find that moving things with my hands, like redecorating, helps to calm my nerves. yep, that’s right. redecorating is good your mental health. the philosophy of feng shui is a practice of looking at our living spaces to understand their energy quality and influence on our health and well-being. the Chinese words "feng" and "shui" translate to mean “wind” and “water.” have you walked into a room and thought, “this place feels good,” or “this space flows together”? that’s what I’m talking about. so yes, means redecorating can literally change how you feel. ——— 💀in the square: skulls from Sayulita by @paluartforyourheart. we brought one of these ceramic skulls home with us from our trip in December, which feels like a year ago now. we haven’t had a chance to hang it on our wall yet (waiting time paint the walls first), but I’ve been planning exactly where it’s going to go. even the plan of redecorating feels nice. you know how hard it is to have ~plans~ in anything right now, so maybe even a lil mental redecorating can be exciting and healthy for your brain too. . . . . . . #ceramicskulls #homedecor #smallspacesquad #redecorated #mentalhealth #fengshui #blackandwhitedecor #modernfarmhousestyle #simplystyleyourspace #howyouhome #makehomeyours #makehomematter #ispyraddesign #myinteriorvibe #howyouhome #housebeautiful #sayulitamexico #doingneutralright #interiorstyle #thenewbohemians #modernboho
it’s fine, everything’s fine 🤯
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