There’s No Perfect Life, Niomi Smart

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YouTuber and Instagrammer Niomi Smart tries to use her life online to promote a healthy and happy community and create a positive mindset among her followers. But she’s conscious that despite providing tips on healthy eating and lifestyle for her many fans, she’s as likely as anyone only to show the good things in life on screen. Even she is prey to ‘pangs of envy’ of others. She hopes people feel motivated, but says everyone has bad days. Her tips? Stay active, eat well, and remember that nutrition can have a massive effect on your mental health.

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