Instagram accounts you should follow if you live in Chattanooga, part two

Here’s another list of Instagram accounts you should be following if you live in Chattanooga, TN.

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Last month we shared a list of 10 Instagram accounts you should be following if you live in Chattanooga. We asked if there were any other accounts or influencers we should add to the list — and as always, y’all came through with enough recommendations for a part two.

Here are 13 more accounts to give a follow.

@thegardenchick | Karen Creel is a certified garden coach who helps people grow their own gardens using a no-fuss method.

@happybirdwatcherco | Shares all things bird — photos, fun facts, feeding tips, and the connection between birdwatching + happiness.

@everydaythrifty | Nicole is a local “frugal lifestyle blogger” who helps busy people save money.

@emilyunkle | Local photographer and creative, recommended by Alisa B.

@matthewhubbard | Check out this local author who just signed a publishing deal with Penguin Random House + has his own newsletter.

@chattavegan | A vegan guide to Chattanooga, recommended by Lynn N.

@buddha.boxer | “The Barkin’ Bunch” features Buddha, Bella, Wyatt + MJ, recommended by Miko N.
@groot_talestoastonish | Follow this Groot on its traveling adventures.

@rileysitton | Local lifestyle and mom blogger who posts everything from outfits to toddler things, recommended by Caitlin B.

@karaskorner123 | A local blogger recommended by Randy P., “She does a little bit of everything — fashion, Amazon buys, local restaurants, and events.”

@zippyeats | Vegan eats “from the road to the kitchen,” recommended by Lynn N.

@vodkalana | This hilarious meme account (featuring some mature content) is run by Chattanooga native, Lana, who is 65 years old and “not your typical social media star,” recommended by Olivia T.

@social.animall | A local pet + animal supply market, recommended by Taylor P., “Think Etsy, but for animals!”

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