Quigley tries on roles like beautiful outfits. She’s a singer/performer, blogger, influencer, and creative director. Yet, even with all the accomplishments, glamorous gowns, and a blue tick on Instagram, there are times when Quigley doesn’t feel like she’s enough.
Quigley Shares How She Cultivates an Authentic Presence Online
When those moments arise, she’s not afraid to lift the veil. If you thought influencers were all #ad posts and destination trips, this conversation will most definitely make you reassess that stance. There are ugly tears, fights, and f*** ups.
“Get out of your own way. Create from the heart.” – Quigley, Content Creator
In this episode, Quigley opens up about her journey from American Idol to motherhood, reflecting on the moment she decided to go all-in on her career (and double her salary in the process) and why she leans into the big sister/mentor energy on social media. Plus, we get her behind-the-scenes takes on parenthood, sexuality as a mother, and talk about her new mission to help people connect on social media.
We also talk about:
- Surviving American Idol
- The truth about being an influencer
- How Quigley found her gifts as a content creator
- Social media boundaries and mental health
- Advice for creating content online
- Pregnancy, motherhood, and sexuality
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