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A member asks: When chatting with celebrants recently I heard again and again that most celebrants aren't really that interested in following the general Instagram "best practice" advice that you see on social media blogs/podcasts. Most people a) don't want to invest the time and energy to go down the Pinterest-style heavily-curated aesthetically-pleasing path, and b) think it's bullshit anyway. They don't want to follow a posting schedule, they may not even post very regularly. I think most celebrants just want to post photos that they like, when they have them - but want to maximize the appeal/reach of those posts and spend the least amount of time on them. Can you share any practical little hacks to shave a few minutes and a few headaches off your posting/planning time. There's a reason Facebook and Instagram have personal and business accounts. There's a place for you to post what you like, and a place for you to post content that has a positive on your business.