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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF ALONAVIBE
63.8% of alonavibe's followers are female and 36.2% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 3.70%. The average number of likes per post is 660 and the average number of comments is 20.
11.86% of the followers that engaged with alonavibe regularly are from Denmark, followed by Brazil at 11.86% and United States at 7.63%. In summary, the top 5 countries of alonavibe's posts engager are coming from Denmark, Brazil, United States, Germany, France.
Alonavibe loves posting about Fashion, Modeling, Nature & Outdoors, Photography, Architecture.
Check alonavibe's audience demography. This analytics report shows alonavibe's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR ALONAVIBE
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF ALONAVIBE
- How-to & Style 72.70 %
- Art & Design 70.66 %
- Beauty & Fashion 70.22 %
- Photography 53.33 %
- Travel & Tourism 51.46 %
- Home & Garden 44.58 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 44.55 %
- Fitness & Yoga 41.50 %
- Business & Careers 38.93 %
- Sports 37.88 %
- Books and Literature 36.10 %
- Entertainment 35.92 %
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF ALONAVIBE
- Denmark 11.86 %
- Brazil 11.86 %
- United States 7.63 %
- Germany 6.78 %
- France 5.08 %
Found this gem in my camera roll from a @merocph work trip to London October last year. Me in the middle of a laugh at the Hoxton Hotel together with @monicasteffensen (miss seeing you on the daily!). Little did I know I had the tiniest version of Nova in my womb. I didn’t have a single clue of what I was about to discover only a week later, and remember we laughed about how jittery my hands got after having just a single coffee — thinking I was getting old for real. Thanks for capturing this sweet memory Moni 🤍 #hoxtonhotel #london
Little 🌕 child #fullmoonbaby
Before Nova’s arrival I naively imagined all these moments and images of her sleeping calmly in our bed or in a nest underneath a snuggly blanket. Little did I know she would (almost) only nap if attached to us. Baby wearing has been such a central part of these first months of her life. So instead, I have hundreds of memories and images of me carrying her in a wrap, sling or carrier. And now almost three months wiser, I wouldn’t have it any other way. This level of intimacy is so special and I know it’s just a brief periodically need of hers that will be gone quicker than I know of. I’m sure, I’ll one day think back and miss this — wishing I had cherished it more 🤍 Captured by my little brother Lukas Carrier by @artipoppe [gifted] #babywearingmama #artipoppe #zeitgeist
Just before everything turns orange🍃🍂 Always loved capturing nature sceneries and landscapes but also find that it can be challenging to do it justice. I personally love the work of @richardgaston which I find both honest and poetic. Who’s your favorite nature/landscape photographers?
I feel lucky every day that we get to spend so much time together all three of us. Economically speaking we might not have the maternity leave we would with a full time job, but looking at these two it’s so obvious that the immaterial value of spending all this time together definitely exceeds the compromises. I really hope we’ll be able to sustain this lifestyle and work/life balance for many years to come🤍
I have finally reached a state in my postpartum healing where my body feels rested enough to pick up physical activity again (with Doctor’s approval). Mentally, I’m so proud of my body and its capability. Physically, I feel tense, it aches more or less everyday and that forward bend mom-posture was present from the get-go. Having trained capoeira for many years of my life (viva senzala) a love for functional body work is deeply instilled in me. I’m dreaming of rebuilding strength, flexibility and balance to be able to handle everyday life without feeling worn out. Besides long walks, I have a feeling yoga could be the right option for a mindful start, but going to a center isn’t an option atm. Thus, I’m looking for recommendations of online yoga classes/instructors suited for postpartum and hoped some of you could help a new mama out with your best recs? 🤍 Clothing @arketofficial [gift] Shoes @newbalance 992 #postpartum #yogapractice #arket
2 months? I can’t even comprehend that 2 months have already passed since our Nova arrived. Girl, you have a strong will! I feel like you’ve had your eyes wide open since week 1 and that drowsy baby haze was never really a thing? You’re often too busy taking in the world to eat and sleep making your parents work for it. You go from 0-100 faster than a Tesla, and makes sure to let us know if you are in need of something, loudly! But you also gives us the biggest heart melting smiles and giggles. You want to be really close to us and the stretchy wrap is where you take your longest naps. Everyone who meets you can’t get over that wonderful set of hair, and your big almond shaped eyes, that are slowly turning chocolate brown as we speak. Needless to say you’ve changed us forever, cracked our hearts wide open and made us into a family. Loving you is the best thing ever. #2months
Observing and capturing more of the everyday ever since going on leave 🌼
I read this wonderful book yesterday. The Author, Adichie, makes 15 suggestions for raising a happy feminist daughter (just as relevant for raising happy feminist boys). The book resonated a lot with some of the sensations I’ve had since becoming a mother and made me think of where I feel challenged in practice. During my pregnancy I read somewhere that the birth of a child is also the birth of a new mother — the beginning of an intense and complex expansion of one’s self. I can confirm, both the expansion and its complexity. I think many new mothers spend a lot of fractured time trying to grasp this new self. One of the first lines in the book says: “Motherhood is a glorious gift, but do not define yourself solely by motherhood. Be a full person. Your child will benefit from that”. In relation to this Adichie argues that an obvious way to do so is to reject the idea that you have to choose between motherhood and work. A POV I follow, but sometimes struggle with in practice. So in my time and place as a newborn mother, I felt liberated by reading these words in black and white. Due to the nature of my work, on this platform I constantly feel like I have to choose between work related content or content related to my life, which right now, is all about motherhood. I’ve always used this platform from a personal POV, and for me this means a holistic, open and honest POV. But with time it also became important for my work, and along came calculations of what is appropriate and not. Many of you who follows me have your own reasons for being here and I would never be able to only post in line with these. But I can follow my own and since I believe work and motherhood can live in harmony, I’m in the process of embracing the wholeness of my new self, and how it is reflected here. In practice it just means posting whatever I want about motherhood and my baby (and stop worrying about people getting fed up), in between portfolio work (despite it being boring to others). Many words to get to a well known realization that life is easier lived if you give less fucks about what “people” think and just do you — all that it means to be you. Tak for brevet @rockpaperdresses ❤️
I’ve always treasured the golden view of the ripe crops. Harvest season is here — marking the end of summer and soon the beginning of fall🌾🍂 #summer2020
A constant reminder of my sun ❤️
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