Our Favorite Responses To The #inmyfeelings Challenge

Where my ladies (and their feelings) at?

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If you were in a deep summer hibernation through the end of last week…and the entire weekend (we love naps, too—we understand)…you might’ve missed the #inmyfeelingschallenge blowing up…everywhere. It’s being hailed as “the summer’s viral dance challenge” by Time, and Instagrammer @theshiggyshow seems to have everyone moving (and singing along) to Drake’s “In My Feelings.” Will Smith’s rendition took the challenge to new heights—literally—but at HealthyWay HQ, we’re always asking Where my ladies at? In that spirit, we’ve rounded up our favorite empowered (and unabashed) lady wellness influencers’ responses to the #inmyfeelingschallenge, starting with Alison Wu of Wu Haus. Alison’s IG vid, shot in her deliciously pastel, Smeg-refrigeratored kitchen, popped up in my feed and inspired our hunt for the best of ladies asking “Kiki, do you love me?” and busting out the type of choreography that proves just how diverse, talented, and entertaining the women we admire are. [sul title=”Best Set” subheader=”Alison Wu of Wu Haus (In Her Kitchen)”]

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Everything about this video has us asking, “Can we come over in our comfiest athleisure getup for a kitchen dance party (hopefully followed by snacking on your coconut matcha macaroons)?” [sul title=”Best Accessories” subheader=”Fashion, Beauty, and Lifestyle ’grammer Aashna Hegde”]

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At least four of HealthyWay’s editors wear glasses on the regular, so between her black-rimmed specs and enviable brows, we’re feeling Aashna’s look. [sul title=”Best Hair Whip” subheader=”Amanda Lacount of #breakingthestereotype”]

Body positive dancer Amanda LaCount shows us some epic hair whips—and her smile is completely infectious, too. [sul title=”Best Motivational Vibe” subheader=”Choreographer and “Fit Mom” Nkateko Maswanganye”]

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South African Nkateko “Takkies” Maswanganye’s moves (and maybe her outfit?) have her husband eagerly providing the motivational feedback we’re all after when we start breaking it down to whatever song we’ve been feeling. #relationshipgoals [sul title=”Best All-Around” subheader=”Army Medical Logistician, “Gym Freak,” and Mama Savannah Spencer”]

Everything about this #inmyfeelingschallenge response from Fort Bragg, North Carolina, has us celebrating. Especially those special effects. Inspired to venture a little deeper into your feelings? Check out our guide to implementing positive affirmations (and how they actually work) or read up on how a gratitude journal can change your entire outlook.

Linsey Stevens
Linsey Stevens is a lifestyle and wellness editor who’s developed and curated content for numerous sites and print publications, plus the Nautilus award-winning 2017 book Iphelia: Awakening the Gift of Feeling from Tyrian Press. She continues to write a series of feeling-forward book reviews for iphelia.com. In addition to her writing and editing, Linsey has interests in travel, depth psychology, collaging, and magical realism. She serves on the board of the C.G. Jung Society of St. Louis and is passionate about eating well and the em dash.

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