Next up in our Women of Influence series is Katie Moser!
You may have read about Katie in the February/March West Michigan Woman cover article or seen her at the February Wine Down event, where she dished on everything social. West Michigan Woman sat down with Katie to learn even more about what she's got going on and her thoughts on the current social scene.
After leaving the corporate world to stay home with her children, Katie started a YouTube channel and Instagram page—following a passion for sharing what she loves and maintaining aspects of her visual merchandising career. She wanted something besides her children to keep her creative, inspired and goal-oriented.
"My content is about my life: What I'm using, eating, reading, my experiences ... But it's really only my life." She strives for a balance of inspiring interior designers, foodies, fashion bloggers—even political accounts that talk educationally about issues on both sides.
Katie is influenced by the makeup artist who shows her pores; the feminist who pipes female empowerment messages in cake frosting; the shop owner killing it with a new dream; the gal who gives fantastic murder mystery recommendations; the former White House Correspondent who separates the news from the noise ...
"I hate having my photo taken for an Instagram Outfit Shot. So much so, I went ahead and bought a tripod, found a decent self-timing app and do it myself. I will never ever stand anywhere in public, by myself, and have my picture taken. I CANNOT."
Want to learn even more about Katie? Check it out!
Original article written by Amy L Charles, Editorial Director for West Michigan Woman.