Recently, the issue of where conservative women are in the public space has been addressed. One answer may be - on Instagram! Three Instagrammers known (not only) in Christian circles will talk about their dreams, relationships and life's twists and turns. How does one juggle running one's own business with having five children? How is it possible to write a book alongside young children? Why is it important not to stop taking care of your body even with the arrival of a newborn? Is it possible to continually deliver new, beautiful and truthful content and not burn out in the process? The theme of the festival is Conversions", so we will be interested in three major turning points in their lives - when they believed in God, when they entered into marriage and when they became mothers.
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Paula Babocká is a mother of three and a beauty influencer on Instagram, YouTube channel and Facebook. In her posts she discusses fashion, natural cosmetics and motherhood. She shares with her followers her private life, such as her recent pregnancy with twins and the first weeks after giving birth.
Maria Šimková is a mother of four, author of cooking blogs and spreader of good news about homemade kefir. She loves the ancient methods of food preparation (sprouting, fermenting, sourdough, kefir) and combines them with simple and modern cuisine. In 2019, she published her first cookbook, Between Food and Love, in which she offers a simple take on the most natural diet from real food, as little processed as possible. In her second book, Between Food and Love 2, subtitled Homemade Kefir, she offers recipes using homemade kefir.
Ria Zelisková, instagram influencer known as "Vinárova žena", is a mother of five children and together with her husband Michal they take care of seven vineyards in Svätý Jur. They produce over a dozen different varieties of wine. They organize wine tastings, workshops and teambuilding events. On her account, she explains what it is like to live with a winemaker and what it means to make wine and how she combines it with motherhood.
Rebeka studied theatre dramaturgy at the Academy of Performing Arts. She is currently working as a project and event manager at SLH. She covers the production of the Bratislava / Košice Hanus Days festivals and works in the dramaturgy teams of the festivals.