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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF INGRIDNILSEN
80.1% of ingridnilsen's followers are female and 19.9% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.90%. The average number of likes per post is 12050 and the average number of comments is 104.
Ingridnilsen loves posting about Video Blogger, Fashion, Lifestyle.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR INGRIDNILSEN
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF INGRIDNILSEN
- Beauty & Fashion 66.64 %
- Art & Design 52.08 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 49.63 %
- Fitness & Yoga 46.20 %
- Travel & Tourism 41.61 %
- Children & Family 39.94 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 37.38 %
- Entertainment 36.51 %
- Business & Careers 35.99 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 35.90 %
- Home & Garden 33.40 %
- Photography 32.22 %
This photo was taken on July 1st, the day after I posted my last video on YouTube and closed one of the most significant periods of my life so far. Erica surprised me with decorations to celebrate my graduation from this chapter to the next. I think my face says it all! 🥰 As I mentioned in my last video, I’m taking a break for the first time in over 10 years, but I also wanted to let you know that you’ve been in my heart every single day. I’ve read your comments, emails and messages. I’ve seen your tweets and gifs. I’ve laughed through tears at the memes you’ve posted. I’m indescribably touched by the personal stories you’ve shared and the love you’ve extended to me. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. We did all of this together and I’m so glad we found each other. ❤️
This is not a time to be silent. Support these Black-led LGBTQ+ organizations. Learn about the work they do. Amplify their voices. Donate if you’re able to. Links to all of these orgs in my bio. Thank you to @raquel_willis for creating this list. Graphic from @pfpicardi.
Black Lives Matter. Black stories matter. Black history matters. White people, people with white-passing privilege and non-Black people of color: we must constantly be educating ourselves so we can show up and be actively anti-racist. If you’re buying books to learn more, support Black-owned bookstores 📚 I’m sharing a list below created by @mariemesall. If you know of more, please tag and share in the comments. @thelitbar @afriwarebooks @esowonbooks @sistersuptown @the_dock_bookshop @unclebobbies @keybookstore @mahoganybooks @semicolonchi @hakimsbookstore @harrietts_bookshop @forkeepsbooks For more anti-racism resources including a reading list, watch list, and organizations you can support, go to bit.ly/antiracismresourcesforall Art by @jane_mount
It's Period Poverty Awareness Week! Here are 3 ways you can take action to end period poverty: 🔴Pledge to talk about periods openly in your daily life - this can help fight period stigma 🔴Sign the pledge at AllianceForPeriodSupplies.org and commit to other actions to end period poverty 🔴Align with brands that give back! Purchasing @ubykotex period products is linked to the ongoing donation of period products, you can learn more at ubykotex.com/give-back. #WithUSheCan #sponsored
Starting a new book is kind of like dating. Sometimes it’s a slow build, sometimes you’re just not interested, and sometimes you fall fast and hard. For me, Stray is in that last category. I was consumed with every word on every page. Unlike some memoirs, it’s not linear. Reading this book is like riding a wave of Stephanie Danler’s memories. She meets you at 31, living alone for the first time after a divorce. Honesty is her specialty. It’s woven into all the vignettes of her life – from the fraught relationship with her parents, to the pain that followed her as an adult. This is a book I’m STILL thinking about a month after finishing it, not because it was full of answers, but because Stephanie so bravely steps into the space of *not* knowing. That is the magic of this book. Reading this was a true pleasure and gift. Thank you @smdanler for giving us something beautiful to get lost in ✨ Everyone else: STRAY IS OUT NOW! GET THIS BOOK IF YOU CAN! ADD IT TO YOUR LIST! READ IT WITH A FRIEND! DO ALL THE THINGS! 📚 ALSO: a giveaway is happening over on the @onesteppodcast IG! TWO people will be getting a copy of Stray, so make sure to follow and enter ASAP! 🤗
Tayto has been teaching me all about the morning sun spots in the living room and the best lounging positions for enjoying them.☀️ Grateful to have such a passionate scholar of leisure in my life! 🐶🥰
Tayto is an AVID reader of the NYT 📰 He especially loves the Arts & Leisure section... mostly because he’s an expert in leisure! 🐶💕
Sustainability can feel overwhelming, so in today’s video I wanted to share some small, doable changes I’ve made to feel accessible AND spark my creativity. This limited edition Love the Earth, Save the Wetlands collection from @primera.us is just one (adorable) way to support beauty that tries to raise awareness about our vital ecosystems. Watch the video for ways you can get involved.
I felt like wearing makeup one time this week, so I decided to REALLY go for it with some frosty blue eyeshadow inspired by the one I loved when I was 13 or 14. Teen Ingrid is very pleased 🤗
While everyone is making bread (which I commend all of you for because I ❤️ bread but have zero desire to make it) I’m making dumplings 👩🍳 It has been surprisingly creative and meditative, but mostly it has given me a connection to my khun yai (grandma on your mom’s side in Thai) who gave me all my first lessons in cooking by just being herself in the kitchen. It’s comforting knowing that a piece of her lives in me... and that this particular piece yields a super yummy, pillowy delight 🥟💕
I guess screenshots are the new selfies? This is what recording @onesteppodcast has looked like recently: me, in my closet 🤓 I normally don’t post in my feed about new episodes, but today’s is a particularly special one. Last week I got to talk to @atoosarubenstein, former EIC of Seventeen magazine and *THE* person who gave me another window to the world as a teen. My teen years were filled with so much loss and trauma, but I loved Seventeen because it was an escape and comfort. Talking to Atoosa last week was a DREAM come true for me. She had so much wisdom to share around healing from childhood traumas, quitting at the height of her career, navigating contemporary criticism, and finding self compassion. She is the real deal and my teen heart is SO happy. Thank you, Atoosa, for once again giving me a new window to look through❤️ If you’d like to listen to our conversation, head over to @onesteppodcast and click the link in the bio ✨P.S. thanks @cristinacleveland for fangirling with me!! 👯♀️
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