Instagram Love

That saying, “march to the beat of your own drum,” pretty much sums me up. I like to tackle things my own way, even if it’s the hardest approach. And while I know social media involves a lot of give to get new followers and fans, I tend to keep my circle small and the people I follow even smaller. In an effort to not always go against the grain, I think sharing a few of my favorite Instagram peeps is in order. I love following these people for their perspective on food and how they can translate that through imagery. I give props to each one of them for their uncanny ability to always make me want to reach through the screen to snag a bite of what they’re eating, styling or crafting. Make sure to check them out, and if you like them, click follow.

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