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Toronto Micro-Influencers: 16 Instagram Entrepreneurs to Follow Now!

We’ve rounded up 16 of our favourite Toronto micro-influencers - and know that you’ll love these entrepreneurs as much as we do. If you’re looking to add some Toronto pride to your Instagram, read on!

By

Parker Sheil

on

January 21, 2017

@honestly_alexandra

Alexandra Rodi shares all of the things in life that she is truly passionate about: Motherhood, Wellness, Home Decor, Beauty and Fashion, and Self Development. If you are looking to feel more inspired and empowered, follow this Toronto micro-influencer on instagram, or check out her podcast @hereforherpodcast.


ANY NICKNAMES:  Cal, Lucy   HIDDEN TALENTS:  Writing - I was a TV writer  for 10 years   TRAINING STYLE:  F*ck sh*t UP   FAVE WORKOUT MOVE:  Anything core   LEAST FAVE WORKOUT MOVE:  Jump lunges   HYPE SONG:  Ni**as in Paris - Kanye and Jay Z   PERSONAL MANTRA:  Punch as hard as you hustle  and believe in your DAMN self.

@caleighfit

Caleigh is the founder and CEO of BodyLove, a boutique gym offering fun, challenging, and inclusive classes. BOLO has serious good vibes, and is full of people at all levels moving their bodies out of love. Check out this Toronto micro-influencer and try to catch some of Caleigh’s infectious energy, creativity, and business acumen. 


@carlingliski

Carling Liski’s instagram feed is the perfect daily outfit inspiration for urban fashionistas. It’s also a place of entrepreneurial inspiration, since Carling is a co-founder of Prairie Swim - a brand that empowers women to chase adventure, give back to the planet, and wear sunscreen. Check out @carlingliski for fashion, travel, skincare, wine and business inspiration.


@styleapotheca

Christina is a style blogger promoting a *Low-Buy Lifestyle*. Not only does Christina have a chic style, but she actively champions sustainability by repeating outfits, budgeting, and minimizing her own fast-fashion waste. No matter your budget, Christina is a Toronto micro-influencer who proves that fashion can be both fun and practical.


@evaredpath

Eva Redpath is a Toronto-based Results coach. As a certified life coach, wellness leader, and founding trainer at Barry’s Canada, Eva oozes motivation. For tips on achieving your fitness, business, and personal goals, check Eva out on Instagram. 



@primandpimp

Ivy is a self-proclaimed Tiger Mom, wife, and content creator. She is also the founder of @shopbebefete, selling baby/toddler fashion made in Canada. Follow Ivy for outfit, beauty, and food inspiration - plus a behind the scenes look at raising two adorable boys in the Toronto.


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@lachicsociety

Jessica is a fashion and life-style blogger based in Toronto. But most importantly: Jessica is a thriving example of how strong survivors can be. She started @lachicsociety after being diagnosed with a brain tumor (and spending the last three years in recovery). La Chic Society is a great destination for those of us who have faced adversity and want to feel beautiful, inspired by Jessica’s chic life and style. 


@itsjojomaise

Joanna Eisen is a fitness coach, helping on-the-go women build strong and confident bodies. Her instagram is full of fitness inspiration, as well as actionable tips and regular reminders that health is a lifestyle - which requires consistency (ie: no crash dieting allowed !).  


@iHartNutrition

Jordana is a Registered Nutritionist in Toronto, Ontario who’s been practicing for over 7 years. As a Toronto micro-influencer, Jordana’s Instagram feel is full of amazing recipes, restaurant recommendations, and interesting clarifications about health vs diet culture. Follow Jordana for culinary inspiration, and tips on eating more whole, unprocessed and unrefined foods.


@ldamms_

As Toronto’s Core Queen, Lisa Lucy’s instagram is full of fitness tips and tricks. A certified fitness coach, Lisa is a HIIT Instructor at Toronto’s new Sweat & Tonic wellness hub. Follow Lisa on Instagram to stay up to date on her fitness journey, and to add some plank videos to your feed.  


@livmcilkenny

Liv Mcilkenny is a soulcycle instructor, and her instagram account is filled with fitness, food, and travel. Follow along at  @livmcilkenny for travel ideas, fitness inspiration, and the odd poem. 


@lilveggieqween

Liz Kapran’s brand @lilveggieqween definitely lives up to its name. On her instagram, Liz shares affordable fashion, beauty ideas, and vegan hacks. And, as a Toronto micro-influencer, Liz makes a point to share local hot spots - from Vegan GTA dining gems to local thrift store finds. 


@kale_and_krunches

Marlie is a health and fitness fanatic, sharing her adventures balancing wellness and motherhood. A certified personal trainer and holistic health coach, Marlie shares a great combination of fun and educated advice. If you want more pastel leopard print, and an honest look into life as a fitness-focused young mom, follow @kale_and_krunches.


@sashaexeter

Sasha is a self-proclaimed fashion fanatic, with a penchant for mixing luxe labels with budget finds (so much so, that she’s an Active Ambassador for Joe Fresh). Check out her instagram for fashion, beauty, fitness, food, art, design, health and wellness tips - and some very cute pictures (and funny videos) of her daughter Maxwell.


@icingandglitter

Siffat is the mastermind behind Icing & Glitter, a Toronto-based Fashion and Lifestyle blog. Icing & Glitter is a space that informs, sparks honest conversation, and encourages its readers to live a beautiful, positive life. In addition to running the Icing & Glitter brand, Siffat hosts The Dream Bigger Podcast and is a co-founder of wellness brand Arrae.


Vanessa Falsetti

@josephinecreativelife

Inspired by Josephine March (from Louisa May Alcott’s novel, Little Women), Vanessa regularly documents her life and adventures as a stylish Toronto mom. You can follow Vanessa on instagram or check out her blog for stories of motherhood, simple recipes, self-care, and slow recipes. 


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