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|Name:||M U S I N G M O S A I C|
|musingmosaic's instagram posts receive on average 31 likes. For an account with 26,581 followers, they should receive a minimum of 930 likes per post.|
|musingmosaic's instagram posts receive on average 2 comments. For an account with 26,581 followers, they should receive a minimum of 53 comments per post.|
Their Average Likes 0.118%
Should be above 3.5%
Their Average Likes are 3% of what they should be
Their Average Comments 0.006%
Should be above 0.2%
Their Average Comments are 3% of what they should be
Social Engagement Grade = F
This account has lower than expected social engagement from likes.
This account has lower than expected social engagement from comments, or comments are disabled.
|Likely real followers||895 (3.37%)|
|Dormant or fake followers||25,686 (96.63%)|
|Note:||If this account is for a business, 20% likely real followers is typical.|
Green = OK Red = LOW
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🦋 CHANGE IS EVOLUTION 🦋 Holding onto something of the past may feel comfortable and familiar, but sometimes we have to face the daunting truth that we need to learn to let go of what was, and come to accept what is. There’s nothing unhealthy about reminiscing about the good old days. But it starts to become toxic when you’re continually dwelling in the past and unable to move forward from what was. Often times when we leave a relationship, there comes a phase of grief where we’re longing to relive our memories and yearning to go back in time to revisit what was shared. Other times, when we’re stuck in a rut or struggling with a personal challenge that hinders our path forward, we may become transfixed with focusing on what used to be rather than what’s in front of us. The beauty of life is that we are supposed to evolve. We are supposed to be growing, changing and transforming. Life is a brilliant and bold journey of metamorphosis. Butterflies will never look back on who they were or what they used to be. In the stage of growth and transformation, the only thing they are focussed on is developing a healthy state of being to evolve into something better. Sometimes, our past hurts us but we are drawn to reliving those experiences because we may not have fully let go. But the truth of the matter is that if we never learn to let go, we’ll never be able to move forward and embrace the full potential of what life has in store for us. Accepting that our present or our future may never be a reflection of our past is not something to be regretful or sad about. In fact, this is a valuable measure of growth when we realise how far we have come. If you’re still holding onto something of the past, learn to slowly let go. Free yourself of the burden that you’re carrying and give yourself that momentum to be able to finally move forward. We are continually evolving, and rather than resisting it, we should learn to embrace it in its entirety. All works original by @musingmosaic
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Cmnts : 1
EMBRACE YOUR JOURNEY 👣 I got a bunch of photos taken in early 2019 as I was mentally preparing myself to share my writing with everyone. I had already been writing and sharing posts publicly on this platform for about 2 years prior to this but I told very, very few people. During this time I had so many self-limiting beliefs. I was scared to share what I was doing, nervous about what people would say, unsure of how to handle questions regardless of whether they came from a place of criticism or curiosity. There were only about five people in my life who knew I was doing this and I told myself, maybe until I get “big” or “better” or “more confident” then I’ll begin telling people. Maybe when I become more certain of what this all is and where I’m planning to take this, I’ll finally tell people. For those few years, writing was separate to my life. I hid from it, never showed my face on this account, brushed my work off as “not good enough” or “not there yet”. I didn’t really want to talk about it. And above all, I didn’t really know what I was doing. I didn’t know what I wanted to write about whilst staying true to what I love to write about, I didn’t know how to evolve as a writer without accepting judgement or criticism. It was a whole lot of confusion, self-discovery and uncertainty. As an excuse, I told myself I wouldn’t integrate my writing with my personal life until I was “ready”. One of those things meant having a face or a picture to personalise my brand against. When these photos were taken, I made up another excuse. Essentially I realised I was just running away from doing what scared me the most. About mid 2019 I bit the bullet and linked this account to my personal account and made an announcement that this is what I’ve been doing and this is ultimately a big part of who I am. It’s been a rollercoaster since and, almost 2 years later, I’m about to publish my very first book. I’ve named it “A Little Pick Me Up” and had I known 4 years ago this was going to be my journey, I would tell my younger self to not be so afraid of embracing the things that make you, you. Just freakin’ do it. Follow your passion. You won’t regret it.
Likes : 55
Cmnts : 5
💛🧠 BE OPEN TO IT ALL 💛🧠 Sometimes when we’re so focussed and hell-bent on certain things to happen, we unintentionally close ourselves off and miss fresh opportunities that could help propel our life in different ways. Being transfixed on what you want is admirable. It’s bold and it takes courage to know exactly what you’re shooting for, but sometimes we need to be a little more open and flexible to see what we can expose ourselves to. Living in rigidity and being too stubborn to open ourselves up to opportunity may box us in even more. Many times, it’s completely normal to not be a hundred percent certain to what we want. Other times, we may think we want a particular thing but it turns out that we just don’t know what else is out there that may spark bigger fires within us. If we continually force ourselves down certain paths or restrict ourselves in certain ways because of what we think ‘feels right’, this might actually be counter-intuitive to our long term pursuit of finding what ignites the passion within us. Be open to new ideas. Try different things that challenge you. Question what you don’t know. Adopt a curious mindset. Invite challenges to what you already know. Accept constructive criticism. Talk to different people. Learn new skills. Step out of your comfort zone. Embrace change and being uncomfortable. Make friends with the unknown. Sometimes, life’s most incredible opportunities are presented to us during the most unexpected moments. Sometimes, a wrong turn could lead to a world of meaningful change. A conversation could open up a world of new interests. Stay curious and keep an open mind and an open heart. You never know where life will take you. All works original by @musingmosaic.
Likes : 29
Cmnts : 2
🎭 LET YOUR GUARD DOWN 🎭 This world we live in is full of filters applied on photos, tears hiding behind smiles, chaos behind closed doors and juggling that delicate dance between what’s too much and what’s not enough. It’s a world where our responses of being asked how we are are programmed to be “I’m okay”, or “I’ve been well” or something similar that doesn’t really reflect how we are truly feeling most of the time. So many of us walk around with sky high walls built up all around us. We learn from our first few experiences with pain and heartbreak that letting people in just gives them the power to hurt us, so we close ourselves off and harden our skin to be thicker than leather. But here’s the thing. You can’t find deep connections by repelling everyone away. You can’t experience meaningful moments by always being at arms-length away from people around you. You can’t create beautiful masterpieces by not willing to trust and take a leap of faith. You can’t capture true beauty by putting a filter on everything you do, say and act. It’s okay to admit you don’t have the answers to everything. It’s okay to admit you’re still searching for the things that give you passion or meaning. It’s okay to not be okay, and to freely express these realisations with people who you care about and trust. The only way to find the beauty in life is to let your guard down and be vulnerable. You’ll be amazed at how genuine conversations and meaningful relationships will be created and reciprocated through honesty and an authentic care for each other. Remember, the walls you built up can only be knocked down if you allow them to disappear. Being closed off may feel safe and secure, but you’ll find many interactions can only be felt on the surface. The beauty of life lies in the depth of things, and this must go beneath the surface. Hope this was helpful! All works original by @musingmosaic.
Likes : 24
Cmnts : 1
💎 YOU ARE UNIQUE 💎 There’s only ONE of you in this entire world of 7+ billion people. Let that sink in for a moment. Why would you want to be like anyone else? Why would you want to downplay or criticise your unique traits and waste energy in adopting someone else’s? What’s so good about someone else’s physical characteristics that makes you self-conscious or question and despise your own? We are each our own unique individual. There’s no one else like us - from the shape of our body to the sound of our voice, or the curves of our figure to the intentions of our heart and mind. We are creations of a masterpiece, each so delicately crafted with a set of distinctively different features, characteristics and behaviours. Comparison is the thief of joy. It’s such a habitually repeated phrase but it really doesn’t make any logical sense for us to be continually comparing ourselves to one another when we’re all so vastly different. It’s easy to forget that sometimes and it becomes far too easy to feel dejected about ourselves when we look at someone else with envy or wish we were just like them. We won’t ever be just like them. No matter how hard you try, how much you reflect their attitudes or characteristics; the truth is you’re never going to be like them. Why bother wasting your time and energy moulding yourself into a shape that is never going to truly be you? In this world of 7 billion people there is no one just like you, yet it’s such a common occurrence for someone to throw that away and spend their life tirelessly chasing after different things to fit in or look and act like someone else. Embrace who you are. The oddities, the quirks, the flaws, and everything in between. Never quieten your voice, never soften your sharp edges, never adjust your volume because you assume the world vibrates at a different frequency. Appreciate others for who they are, but acknowledge that we are all living together on this Earth, but worlds apart in who we really are. There’s no one else in this world just like you. So be you; be exactly and whole-heartedly you, just the way you are, and be proud of it. All works original by @musingmosaic.
Likes : 33
Cmnts : 1
🧠 WHAT TRULY MATTERS 🧠 In a generation that so readily glorifies the “hustle”, it’s so easy to lose ourselves in late nights, gruelling work hours and minimal sleep. It’s sort of like the harder you work, the better your perceived output, and the more you’re drilling yourself to the ground, the more “respect” you’ll get out of those who are aspiring to be successful. Sometimes, working hard is not synonymous with productivity. I could be working hard mowing the lawn in my backyard, but if the objective of my goal was to chop the tree down to give way to more natural sunlight, then I’m not really being all that productive because my actions have totally missed the point of my intentions. In other words, I’m actually working around or away from what I’m meant to be focusing on, and potentially using that as a form of procrastination to avoid what I really should be doing. Other times, being hard working or productive needs to be placed on pause for just a little moment in our lives. In a world where a behaviour of ‘Go-Go-Go’ is hailed, we’re moving further and further away from what truly matters. We’re beginning to ignore the internal things that bring us fulfilment, and instead chase this glorified grind. Let’s take a break for a moment from how hard we should be working. Whether this means an additional hour (or day) of overtime at work, or going to bed a little later to finish up on some research, or even spending your last bit of energy to do something you think you have to be doing like going to the gym or going for a run; before you do any of those things, ask yourself how you are feeling on the inside. Let’s put the pursuit of hard work and being on “the grind” on pause for a moment. Ask yourself if things are okay - Are you okay with how you’re feeling lately and have you been in a healthy state of mind? Have you been burning yourself to the ground without having considered whether things are okay within your internal world first? Our energy and our wellbeing always starts from within. Never neglect what’s on the inside for the unending pursuit of the world and what you deem to be successful.
Likes : 41
Cmnts : 1
⭐️ THE DAILY REPETITION ⭐️ We often do things we feel like doing in that very moment. Having said that, we often also don’t follow through with what we should be doing, simply because we don’t feel like it. The golden fruits of success in this life are all built towards being disciplined enough to build productive and consistent habits towards the things you want to achieve. Even relatively small or simple achievements, such as trying to sleep before a certain time, drinking more water on a daily basis or getting a certain amount of steps in a day are built upon this foundation. The path to achieving these things, regardless of how big or small they are, require us to be extremely consistent in the actions we choose to help us get closer to these goals. Every action you take comes with a host of benefits in engraining better habits towards your desired destination. Good health doesn’t simply come by occasionally being conscious of what you put into your body. It comes from a daily awareness of what you are ingesting, the quality of your sleep and the state of your mind. It’s important to realise that your consistent efforts to achieve this will far outweigh any sporadic and spontaneous decision to try for a 1 week makeover. Often we dedicate 110% of our efforts in the spur of the moment based on our emotions to make a change for the better, without actually devising the blueprints of what actions we can promise ourselves to make day by day to bring us on this journey. In order to develop ourselves, we need continued evaluation of these habits. We need to ensure we are headed in the right direction and whether the things we are repeatedly doing still serve us this purpose. Let this be a reminder to make purposeful choices. To take action even when you don’t feel like it. To make habits which align to your goals. I hope this has helped!! All works original by @musingmosaic.
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Cmnts : 1
🤍 THERE’S MORE TO SELF-LOVE 🤍 Ah, self-love. It seems like that’s the buzz-word of this generation’s lifestyle. Feeling low? Just got your heart broken? Feeling stressed? Can’t cope with the miscommunications in your family, friends or romantic relationships? Indulge in yourself, come on, you deserve it! Get black out wasted. Unwind over the weekend. Eat a whole chocolate cake. Take a nice long bath with a bottle of wine. It’s self-love! This is what they tell us to pursue in order to be happy and embrace who we are.... isn’t that the whole point of self-love? Whilst none of those things mentioned above are inherently “bad” for you, the whole concept of self-love can easily get lost in translation and instead, be an excuse for self-indulgent or negligent behaviour. Self-love doesn’t just come from doing what you want in the moment or what feels best for you then and there. It’s less about how to indulge, and more to do with strengthening your internal state of mind to overcome mental hurdles that obstruct you from fully understanding and accepting who you are. Self-love isn’t all about bubble baths or a night out with the boys. It’s about self-acceptance and self-forgiveness. It’s about being okay in both your current physical and psychological state with a tranquil acceptance of your past. That includes all the mistakes you’ve made, all the things you’ve done which you’re not particularly proud of, and making peace with who you are in this current moment. It’s about forgiving yourself on your bad days, and being kinder to yourself on your low days. It’s about aligning your expectations to your reality. It’s about understanding where you stand with yourself. How can you expect to love yourself when you haven’t been able to move on from the past? No amount of pamper sessions or ice cream tubs considered “self-care therapy sessions” will help you move on from that. Learn to reflect inward. Forgive yourself. Let go of all the emotional baggage you’re holding onto. Your present day self deserves to be loved unconditionally, and that means void of any resentment or judgement of the past. All works original by @musingmosaic
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💪🏻 YOU’RE STRONGER THAN YOU THINK 💪🏻 We’re never fully prepared for the unthinkable, but we’re also much, much stronger than we give ourselves credit for. Life will never throw challenges which are too difficult for us to handle. Sure, some of these obstacles might be extremely difficult to overcome and may feel excruciatingly painful - but we will always rise to come out stronger on the other end. We’re a lot stronger than we think. If you’ve lost a loved one, or you’ve left a bad relationship, lost your home, been diagnosed with a grave or terminal illness, suffered a painful injury; this is life forcing you to stand up and rise to the challenge. This is the strength and resilience that will shape your character and sculpt your life moving forward. You will be able to overcome this; and when you eventually do, you will realise you can overcome anything. You have the power and the strength to overcome anything. We rarely give ourselves the credit we deserve for how resilient we are. We think showing vulnerability, or tears, or emotions are signs of weakness throughout adversities. But really, these are all what allows us to pull through the darkness and come through bigger and better on the other side. Tragedy opens us up to revealing our inner strength. When we have no choice but to grit our teeth and fight the shit fight, it’s astonishing as to how much fight there truly is within us. We are all born with a fighting spirit, but not many of us have had to dig deep to summon the inner warrior out. Unfortunately, everyone will go through tragedy at some point in their life. You will suffer through death of a family member, loss of a parent or a sibling or a loved one, a broken relationship, perhaps an unfaithful or toxic one. You may experience the sins of bad people indirectly or directly hurting you. It’s not what happens that makes or breaks you. It’s how you rise up to fight the battle. You have the strength within you to overcome anything. You just need to believe that it exists within you. All works original by @musingmosaic.
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🐾 EVERY STEP FORWARD COUNTS 🐾 I’m the biggest culprit of this. This one’s a little personal reminder from me, to me, and extending it to everyone out there who needs to be reminded that progress is not always linear. In fact, it is hardly ever linear. You will get knocked down. You will face obstacles. You will go through weird and wonderful phases. You will experience sudden curveballs and wonder where they even came from. Sometimes, you might even get knocked down on your ass so hard your entire life turns upside down and it all happened so fast, you don’t even know what hit you. Whatever the severity of your setback is, know that it’s all a part of life. For every step forward you take, there may very well be something around the corner to knock you back down a few notches. Try not to be overly beat up or pessimistic about it, but rather remain alert, be aware and acknowledge that this is all part of life’s ups and downs. If you get knocked back, it might only take a few days or weeks to get back up on your feet and kick off from where you left things. But if it’s more severe, and you find yourself being thrown so far backwards, it’s extremely easy to feel disheartened and downright unmotivated, dejected and depressed to think about the journey ahead to simply get back up on your feet. This is a common way of how ruts begin to form. Life is unpredictable. It’s precious, volatile, and extremely fragile. If you find yourself running a little flat, or affected by something that’s caused you to lose a big part of who you are or your progress, try to take it one step at a time. It’s crucial to remind yourself that every step forward in the right direction, regardless of where you are right now, is progress. It might not be the magnificent progress you had envisioned before life’s curveballs struck, but it’s still progress because you’re travelling in the right direction. As long as you’re always pushing forward, you are making progress. Try to remember this if you get knocked down. You got this 👊🏻 All works original by @musingmosaic. Hope this was helpful! 🤍
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🐢 SLOW AND STEADY 🐢 Slow and steady wins the race. It always does. No matter who you are, and no matter how slow you are going. Sure, it feels productive and rewarding when you’re motivated and working hard. It feels great when your energy levels are sky high and you’re busting your ass off working harder than you have before. But this method isn’t sustainable. You might burn out, you might suddenly hit the rails and feel like all your efforts have blown up in your face. You might grow impatient or frustrated. Whatever you’re working on or going through right now - whether it’s something you’re actively involved in putting energy towards, or something you’re mentally trying to overcome; have faith that slow and steady will always win and triumph over short bursts of powerful extremities. Whatever you’re working towards, and if you’re catching yourself feeling low, dejected or a little lacking motivation, then this one’s for you. You’re making great progress and compounding your daily efforts by simply never giving up. If it feels difficult, don’t give in and throw in the towel. Take it easy on yourself and be a little kinder than you’d like to be - we all have good days, and we all have our bad days. It’s crucial that we’re good to ourselves not just on our good days, but especially on our bad days. You can’t mess up your progress if you never stop your journey forward. Just keep putting one foot forward in front of the other, no matter how small they are. We underestimate how little we can achieve because we forget that these small movements all add up to miles in the long run. It’s inspiring to see the resilience of others and their hard work. But to the ones who falter, who need a bit of a break, who feels dreary and miserable, or a little tired and uninspired - this one’s for you. Just take it slow. As long as you don’t give up, you’re on the right track. All works original by @musingmosaic
Likes : 38
Cmnts : 1
🌠 KEEP AN OPEN MIND 🌠 When we want something badly enough, we can get tunnel vision and ignore everything else around us, including both the good and the bad. Have you ever pursued something with such vigorous intention that you became blind to what else was happening around you? This could be the downfall of your physical or mental health, ignoring your family or relationships, or pushing away your personal boundaries or needs. Or how about wanting to succeed in that one thing so badly or wanting one specific outcome that you didn’t realise what other opportunities are appearing right before your very eyes, because you weren’t open to anything other than what you were striving to attain? This could be working tirelessly for your promotion when other companies are seeing more value in you than your current one, or putting all your money and devotion into an area of growth without any consideration for other areas of weaknesses? It helps to keep an open mind sometimes. I’m all for committing your energy and efforts into pursuing what you want to achieve, but if you become blinded by this one eternal chase and become oblivious to what’s around you; then you may potentially be pushing away opportunities without realising it. Success is all about timing. Whether it’s success in meeting the right partner, landing the right job, finding your dream home, cashing out profits from your investments; all of this requires a degree of timing to be on your side. In order for the you to find the right timing and for you to cross paths with a multitude of opportunities, you must keep an open mind to ensure you are able to recognise these opportunities when they present itself to you; rather than being on one eternal chase for the one thing you’re transfixed on. Hope this has helped! All works original by @musingmosaic.
Likes : 22
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