The Well­ness En­treprenuer

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Whether it’s craft­ing raw ve­gan break­fast balls or In­sta­gram­ming lifeaf­firm­ing mantras, they have built a small em­pire in the time it takes most peo­ple to for­mat their CV. Recog­nis­able by their im­mac­u­late ath­leisurewear and the healthy glow of one who never has to work in a win­dow­less of­fice.

Most likely to say: ‘ The world is my of­fice! This beach is my of­fice! That shoe shop is my of­fice!’

Want to join them? You can’t throw a slo­gan can­vas tote bag nowa­days with­out hit­ting a well­ness war­rior in the mak­ing, but Amy Hop­kin­son, dig­i­tal edi­tor of UK Women’s Health and inf lu­encer (@well­ness_ ed), says to start by choos­ing your health man­i­festo ( hers is strong train­ing, strong mind­set) and let that in­form ev­ery­thing you do. ‘ Well­ness inf lu­encers cre­ate stylised con­tent, so choose a colour scheme and a unique f il­ter (app A Colour Story lets you layer fil­ters to cre­ate a cus­tom one). Sites like Health­blog­ger­scom­mu­nity.com will al­low you to make con­tacts and cre­ate mu­tu­ally ben­e­fi­cial re­la­tion­ships,’ she ad­vises. Al­ter­na­tively, ask some­one who is start­ing out like you and agree on cross­posts – a kind of joint ven­ture project where you both help one another.

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