I am having such a blast with Instagram lately. The community has really grown and I’m finding it to be even more fun than Facebook. It kind of eliminates all the annoying things about facebook because when you have to make an image to go along with what you have to say, rude remarks or political rants are a bit more difficult to flood the feed with. I miss the days when Facebook was a positive place to post photos or good news about your life and Instagram really fills that void.
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Some may tire of all the “this is what I ate for lunch” photos, but that kind of lightheartedness is what makes my day. Call me crazy, but I can really escape in photos of the yummy dinner you cooked or how cute your kiddo /doggie is. Meanwhile, logging on to Facebook can sometimes be more frustrating than anything else.[instapress tag=”glutenfreebaking” piccount=”10″ size=”90″ effect=”fancybox” paging=”1″]
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Chef Jamie Oliver’s feed (be still my heart!) . And he’s not the only star doing it — you can pretty much follow any tv personality, blogger, or celebrity that you are into.[instapress tag=”mimigreen” piccount=”10″ size=”90″ effect=”fancybox” paging=”1″]
So if you’re into Instagram as much as me or want to give it a look, make sure to search for #mimigreen for some super sweet photos of doggies wearing our collars (and if you post any photos of your pooches in our collars, please make sure to tag #mimigreen — we love seeing all the new photos!) And if you want to see tons of pug, food, and Mg office photos follow me at amandajmiller.