Get to know Qatar’s standard momstagrammers!
Instagram is a social media platform loved by many and a great platform for people who want to be influencers and bloggers. those who want to send positive messages and post important information to help people. We have such influencers and bloggers here in Qatar who do a great job every day. What makes them even more unique is that they are also mothers and often have to balance their family life with the work they do as an influencer.
Let’s meet some of these momstagramers in Qatar!
Mama Baba Ganoush
Photo credit: Kim Wyatt FB
Kim Wyatt or Mama Baba Ganoush, as she is popularly known in Qatar. She is also the host / host of I Love Qatar’s popular MBG food, culture and travel show and is often featured in episodes of Live Green as well, where she shares her love for all things green. She is the co-founder and director of Dawar – an award-winning company committed to reducing food waste in Qatar – and co-director of Qatar Volunteers – a popular community organization dedicated to providing a platform and opportunity for volunteers in Qatar. She also writes for various publications such as Harper’s Bazaar Qatar, Time Out and Doha Family.
Australian, mother of two boys, she believes it is “a constant juggling act” as a momstagrammer, but since she mainly works from home (unless she is filming locally) this helps especially as her boys get older and are more independent. She loves what she does and advises anyone who wants to become a momstagrammer “to be authentic and find a niche area that shows your skills, knowledge, or interest. Make time on social media with that, too.” it does not become an all-. ” time consuming employment.
Mama Baba Ganoush: @mama_baba_ganoush
Photo credit: Ale Ribeiro for Yezenia Navarro FB
Yezenia Navarro uses her Instagram platform and her role as an influencer in Qatar to help others. She believes “you have to choose what kind of influencer you want to be”. Yezenia, a former Mexican model, is the founder of Queens Without Scars, which creates awareness of domestic violence and violence against women and children. He is currently the community leader of the Supreme Committee on Delivery and Legacy and Support for all sporting events. She’s also passionate about fashion, new trends, makeup, travel, health, beauty and a lot more! Did you know she’s on TikTok too?
She is the mother of three boys and has learned “to balance motherhood with work”. She says: “My children are my motivation and inspiration to be better in everything I do. I want my children to see that they can do anything if they work for it, and I want them to be proud of me are.”
Yezenia’s message to all those mothers who also want to be influencing factors: “Be yourself, don’t force it, share your knowledge, be transparent, don’t let anyone tell you how to do it or what to do, share something that you are good at (cooking, exercise, makeup, hairstyles, parenting, fashion, poetry, music, art …). ENJOY! ‘
The PMP mother
Image Credit: The PMP Mother
Shehar Bano Rizvi, known in the influencer world as The PMP Mom, was a certified project management and software engineer before becoming a mother and now dedicates her time to her children (one girl and two boys). Blogging and being a professional photographer. Believing that through her PM training, she learned how to plan, prioritize, and manage time, she says “it’s all about teamwork”. It supports causes such as depression and their awareness and deals with topics such as parenthood, home improvement, home decor, lifestyle, food. She recently published a cookbook called Virsa, which won three Gourmand Awards.
This Pakistani momstagrammer’s advice to other women who want to become a momstagrammer is, “Be yourself! Find your own style. Be original and don’t try to be someone else. Audiences always connect with real and authentic content of good quality . “
Glam your picture
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Elisabete Reis aka Glam Your Image is a full time image, protocol and etiquette consultant for individuals and businesses looking to build a successful image alongside their work on social media. She says, “Since I’ve always worked outside of the home, I just organize, plan, and plan my days and their (my childhood) days since they were babies. It’s a lot easier now because they’re older.”
This Portuguese momstagrammer with two boys and one girl gets her motivation from people because they “love taking care of their image more and more, learning about protocol and etiquette, and it is a pleasure to share what I do and what kind of cooperation I have “. . Her other great motivation is her family because she loves to see her happy and to do what she loves. They are all very supportive.
For those moms planning to step into the life of an influencer, Glam Your Image suggests that they properly plan and organize their time so that they don’t stress and neglect one or the other. Her advice is to “always prioritize your family, not your social media.”
Photo credit: Fatimaablog FB
Fatima A. Abbas from FatimaaBlog is an image stylist and consultant and mother of two girls. She tries to organize her day in advance like a “family calendar” to mark what needs to be done, engages her daughters to work with her, and asks for her opinion so that they feel like they are always their priority. Fatima always pauses in between so that she doesn’t collapse. She believes, “Breakfast, lunch and dinner are a must, so we will always be connected as a family.”
Fatima’s motivation is “that as we grow and experience we learn, realize our dreams and succeed in this journey that we call life.” and she wants her daughters to be “strong and not afraid to experiment with life”.
She tells women who are mothers when they want to blog or be influential, “Let your family be your priority, give yourself time to regain your strength, be unique and not copy anyone, and everything else will come with you.” . “
Fatimaa Blog: @fatimaablog
Photo credit: Meet Me On Style Street Instagram
Heidi Severino or “Meet me On Style Street” is a fashion designer, a travel addict and a blogger. She comes from the Dominican Republic and creates statement jewelry with a Caribbean touch. She has a daughter who takes her to kindergarten and picks herself up every day; This allows her to work on her ‘Heidi Severino’ brand, take part in events or hold meetings in between. She “understands that things are” not always perfect, especially when you have children, “and so she plans her personal life so that she can” leave room for flexibility “.
Heidi loves what she does and for her, self-expression and connection are the main motivation behind it. She believes that social media is an interesting place to learn a lot, connect with others, discover amazing small businesses and great products.
For moms who want to get into the world of blogging, Heidi is very supportive and encourages them to “stand up and try, girls! Be passionate about everything you do but always prioritize. Also, it’s very important what.” You preach consistency with your lifestyle for people to relate to. “
Heidi Severino: @heidiseverino / @meetmeonstylestreet
Photo credit: Anahi Brown
Anahi Brown is a “Certified Wellness Coach, Certified Brainwork Recursive Therapy Practitioner, Certified Mindfulness-Based Relational Coach, Trained Chef, Best Selling Author, and Award Winning Public Speaker.”
She is a Venezuelan-Argentinian mother of two boys who motivate her to be influential, and she “believes in harmony, not balance”. Like most working parents, she struggles and finds that “it is best to focus on one goal at a time.” She says, “There are moments when I focus solely on my boys, others when I shift to myself and my well-being, others when it shifts to my work. They’re all important and when I do consider them part of me and my greatest joy, I can choose which one to nourish each time. “
She advises moms who want to be influencers and bloggers to “question their motives. As an influencer, you have to serve others and convey a deeper message, especially now, especially when you are also a mom with limited time.”
Photo credit: Russian Qatar
Akgul Ali is known as Russian Qatar and as her Instagram name suggests, she is from Russia. In fact, she is the founder of the Russian Qatar Networking Club and an influencer who loves telling people all about Qatar, her second home where she lives with her family. She has a boy and a girl and is a home mom and mom. She says she started blogging “to help my community find more information about Qatar, mostly for mothers as many don’t speak English. That’s why I blog in Russian.”
For moms who want to be an influencer, she suggests, “Just share how they spend time with their family and make suggestions for new moms. Be simple, be honest, be honest, and others will feel it. Listen not up; it’s easy to get started, but not many go on and develop their blogs. Consistency is key. “
Cover Photo Credit: Aff Blogs
Afshan Mujahid is an Indian expat based in Qatar who blogs on Instagram under the name Aff Blogs. She also runs a nut butter business called Go Nuts Qatar and all of her products are keto-based / gluten-free / vegan nut butters with no oil or sugar. She is a food photographer. She has four children so momstagrammer is the word that best suits her and while her life as an influencer is important to her, she prioritizes her children above everything else and is not ashamed to ask for help. She is a community lover and she enjoys sharing her discoveries on her blog.
Feedback and appreciation from other women (especially mothers) keep them going. Although she doesn’t really consider herself an influencer and is raising four children of different ages, she is confident enough to share her experiences with other mothers. She loves to inspire mothers to “get out and engage in their children’s activities”.
For other moms in Qatar who might want to start blogging, she says, “It’s a broad and welcoming community and all you have to do is get out of your comfort zone, stop hesitating and share valuable content on your platform.”
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