What are some challenges you have faced as a nano-influencer?
Brands often overlook small accounts based on the number of followers. However, I believe that accounts that have a smaller but more niche and loyal following will drive more meaningful, promising engagement.
Also, time management can be a challenge. Between my full-time corporate job, nutrition classes, content creation, and now the planning of a 100% vegan and eco-friendly wedding, it can be overwhelming at times.
Do you have some new projects in the works you would like to share?
I have been working on my soon to be launched blog. I am very excited to have another platform where I can share my healthy plant-based recipes, eco-friendly tips and swaps, ethical fashion brands, clean beauty finds, and my overall journey towards and more sustainable lifestyle.
Do you want to continue with influencer marketing 5 years from now? If so, what do you want to have accomplished?
I do not know how relevant Instagram will be in 5 years, but I am sure I will always try to bring awareness to and talk about the topics I am passionate about, like sustainability, minimalism, nutrition, ethical fashion, and veganism.
With my blog launching soon, I will have one more platform to connect to other like-minded people, so I can see myself getting more serious with it.
I want Sensible Living to be an online space where my audience can learn about health, nutrition, and wellness in ways that is inspiring and helpful to them.
When I first went vegan, I was worried about my protein intake, B12, Iron, Omega 3, and many other things.
After having received my certificate in Health and Nutrition, I want to now be a source of information for people with those kinds of questions. Down the line, I’d also love to create an e-book with quick, easy, and delicious plant-based recipes.