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7 Singaporean Mom-Influencers to Follow on Instagram
by: The Beat Asia
February 07, 2022
Raising children in a world that has gone crazy over social media is a double-edged sword. On one hand, there is the feeling of belongingness and comfort in knowing that someone from miles away is sharing the same wins and struggles as you do. On the other hand, there is the invisible pressure to maintain an orderly household, stay fit, get a hobby, and play with your children, all while keeping your sanity intact. While many people may think this is a big feat to achieve, there are real human beings who can do all these and more. With their curated feeds and a life well lived, these seven Singaporean mom-influencers on Instagram make it seem like motherhood is a walk in the park (we know it isn’t, but props to them for being effortless). Check them out and give them a follow!
Tammy Tay (@ohsofickle)
Tammy juggles her life as an influencer, entrepreneur, and a mother of two. She is one of Singapore’s OG influencers, treating her followers to a well-curated feed with posts ranging from skincare, fashion, and motherhood. She founded Fickle Beauty, a one-stop shop for anything skincare. Oh, and did we mention, she is an interior designer? She helps run Imagine with her mom, offering interior design, home renovation, carpentry, and home decoration services.
Lian Meiting (@lianmeiting)
Meiting was a flight stewardess for Singapore Airlines before becoming a full-time influencer. If not diving or doing pole dancing classes, Meiting is sharing a sneak peek of her daily life with her two kids, Mason and Kayla. We adore their matching OOTDs, a reminder that you can look fab even after having kids!
Cordelia Daphne Low (@c0rde)
If there’s one influencer in Singapore that captures the all-in-one package, it is Cordelia. She is an emcee, an FHM cover girl, a runner-up at the 2013 Miss Universe Singapore, and a lady boss (she is spearheading three businesses). But among the many hats that she wears, Cordelia does best as a mom. She often posts her adventures with her little girl, Gemma, from trying out new cafés, having fun at the playground, or posing for the ‘gram.
Sunita Gill-Karkaria (@sunita.gill_sgluxuryhomes)
Sunita runs prime real estate company Singapore Luxury Homes along with her husband, Kaizar. She also writes for several leading news outlets and is a mentor for startups. On top of these, this busy mom documents her fun moments with her two girls on her Instagram account, making entrepreneurship and motherhood seem like breeze.
Pooja Kawatra (@poojakawatra)
Want proof that moms are made of steel? Look at Pooja Kawatra. She is a cancer survivor who is using her platform to spread positivity in the parenting community. After bringing two kids to the world, Pooja gave birth to another baby in the form of a blog that documents her experiences in raising children. Starting out as a “scrapbook for writing [her] kids’ milestones,” Mums & Babies has become a one-stop online resource of helpful ideas, product recommendations, and tips to build good relations with your kids.
Calista Evangelista (@calista_evangelista)
Calista was crowned Miss Supermom in 2019, proving to the world that motherhood is not a hinder to success. Her two kids, Desiree and Devin, dominate her feed, giving a preview to their random moments together as a family. Calista’s dewy skin, toned body, and beauty tips are also good reasons to give her a follow! Oh, and she is a piano teacher!
Tjin Lee (@tjinlee)
When not taking her son on an adventure, Tjin is busy raising funds to build homes in Cambodia or Nepal, or spearheading her marketing and communications company, Mercury. She can step into her mom shoes in one minute and switch to her CEO stilettos the next—without breaking a sweat! She once said in a media interview that education is one of her key priorities, inspiring her to co-found Life Beyond Grades, an initiative that aims to alleviate the pressures of school on children. Amidst all these, she still has time to attend brunch dates with friends. We have one word: superwoman.
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