U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Ill.) gives a news conference regarding his recent spending controversies outside his office in Peoria, Ill., on March 6. Under scrutiny for lavish expenses, including redecorating his Washington office in the style of the PBS television series "Downton Abbey," the Illinois congressman announced that he has hired private firms to oversee spending for his official and campaign operations. (Ron Johnson/Peoria Journal Star via AP)

Say goodbye to the shirtless ziplining posts. In the past month, Rep. Aaron Schock's (R-Ill.) Instagram account has become incredibly boring.

It's to be expected. Schock's notorious Instagram was used against him by the Associated Press, which tracked his travels on donor aircraft through his posts to report out a story on his lavish travel; at a hastily announced, last-minute news conference in Illinois last week, Schock said his photos "can create the misimpression of being out of touch."

The lavish -- and, let's be honest, fun -- lifestyle depicted on Schock's Instagram and in public records has raised questions about the congressman's ethics and whether he broke federal campaign rules, questions that now threaten his job.  National Review called him a "crook," conservative blogger Erick Erickson wrote that Schock needs to resign, and he's now being challenged by a fellow Republican for his seat.

So gone are the selfies with pop stars, the exotic vacation shots, and backstage photos at cool concerts. Schock has hired a crisis communications firm, according to Politico, and his Instagram has now become a lot more bland, with the kinds of unoffensive but feel-good pics most politicians put on Insta.

Here's a few examples of what Schock has posted in the past month:
1. Speaking to schoolchildren, who are the #futureleaders of our great nation

Great discussion on congress and the constitution with the 8th grade class at Mark Bills Middle School #futureleaders

A photo posted by Aaron Schock (@aaronschock) on Mar 10, 2015 at 6:59pm PDT

2. Smiling with employees at a local business

3. Listening to members of our military

4. Attending a panel

5. Volunteering

Schock will be at the South by Southwest conference this weekend, speaking on a panel titled "Millennials: The Unstoppable Force." Snoop Dogg and RZA will also be at the conference, but if Schock runs into them in Austin, don't expect to find out about it on Instagram. Unfortunately.

Correction: An earlier version of this post misstated the group Schock met with in photo No. 3.