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    Follow these 5 Local D.C. Influencers to Kick Your Capitol Lifestyle Up a Notch

    Whether you live in D.C. now or you’re looking to move to the area in the future, these lifestyle bloggers will help you stay up to date on D.C. culture, things to do, and happenings in the area. Most utilize both Instagram and traditional blogs, so you can follow whichever platform makes the most sense for you. Here at Eng Garcia Grant, we know that finding your home is only the first step to building a fulfilling life and we’re ready to help you keep it exciting and lively.

    Read on to discover 5 of the most renowned lifestyle bloggers in the D.C. area, and get to know the city a little bit better along the way.

                    1. PoPville

    PoPville touts itself the “unofficial ombudsman and advisor for many residents in the District of Columbia.” Created in 2006 by D.C. native, Dan Silverman, the blog is concise, photo heavy, and hard-hitting. They also post real estate news, neighborhood guides, local restaurant information and host a pretty spectacular event calendar so you can find out what’s going on in the Capitol.

        1. DC Dog Moms

    The mission of DC Dog Moms is to connect DC Dog-owning ladies to one another for meetups and local dog-friendly events. They host meetups for local women and their pooches at bars, parks, and restaurants, so both you and your dog can make a new friend or two.

        1. DC Food Porn

    Like the bio says, “Consider your diet ruined.” DC Food Porn, run by Justin Schuble, has post after post of mouth-watering doughnuts, ice cream, french fries, and cheese balls from local DC eateries (and a few from other big cities). The photos are vibrant and colorful, and they show off the food in a unique way.

        1. Pootie Ting

    Founded in 2011, Pootie Ting is the personal Instagram of Albert “Pootie” Ting, one of the lead members of Instagram D.C. IGDC aims to encourage and nurture local photographers to pick up their cameras and explore the DMV area. Through instameets, photowalks, brand collaborations and daily features, the Pootie Ting Instagram is sure to foster plenty of creativity to get you out and about in the D.C. area.

        1. Brightest Young Things

    Brightest Young Things is an up-and-coming D.C. media company and they’re proving themselves a formidable force against more recognized media outlets, especially when it comes to event promotion. Their designs are fresh, their photography is clean, and they’ve made it a habit to find the happenings that most people aren’t familiar with when they feature events. It’s a useful resource to keep handy when you want to get to know a side of D.C. you may have only heard about in passing.

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