I'm Ruhani's mother. I want to tell you about my daughter's journey as a content creator.
We were stuck at my mom’s place during the first covid wave. There I started doing small set-ups from readily available stuff at home and would shoot Ruhani. This account was technically made because, at that time, I felt I could change it into a profession.
“Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” – Theodore Roosevelt.
To be honest, I knew very little about this world of influencers. But it started when my sister-in-law made this profile (@me_and_ruh) to share my DIY baby photoshoot, which I did for Ruhani, which gradually brought us to where we are now. We don’t exactly know how famous we are, but I definitely feel blessed because of all the infinite love and blessings Ruhani receives from all her fans and relatives.
Being an influencer, making content out of my baby’s daily activities. I love to keep my profile raw and natural. Shooting Ruhi with all her tantrums, it’s a challenge, but I love to do it. In return, we get blessings and so much love.
"Instagram is like a black hole; the more you get to know it, the more it becomes a mystery."
Getting started in this industry, you need to have a fair knowledge of how Instagram works. Tagging the right accounts and using proper hashtags, but the most crucial part is quality content.
My day is entirely like what a mother of a notorious toddler would expect out of her day. It's filled with ups and downs and added up with challenges on the days we have to shoot.
But at the end of the day what's most important for me as Ruhani's mother is, I always encourage her to do what she likes to do.