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In this episode, blogger Addie Martanovic joins us to discuss Instagram Lies, Part 2. You can hear Part 1 on Episode 28! Addie is a college student and the genius behind the healthy living blog, Chickpea in the City. You can also find her on Instagram (@chickpeainthecity) and Twitter (@addiemartan).

In this episode, we dish on everything that annoys us about Instagram after giving a quick recap of our weekend at Expo West. We talk about people buying their followers and likes, the ridiculous food combinations going up on the ‘gram, and how we hate typing on our phones. We discuss bloggers who promote products they don’t actually use, why we think everyone should be a lifestyle blogger, and how Instagram leads to disordered eating. We talk about how people don’t “own” recipes, and Addie even shares her go-to coffee recipe!

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