What I’m trying to get to is this: I will wholeheartedly admit that I used social media as a way to crop, edit, and filter my new reality, but that is not okay. We shouldn’t try to mask the struggles of our daily lives in order to prove to others that we’re better.
Think of it this way: while we can focus on all the distorted tidbits of media that may be a negative influence on us, we can also benefit from the communities that develop on all social media sites.
There are times I feel gorgeous. And there are times I feel like a troll hanging out under a bridge waiting for someone to ask me to prom. I think most of us struggle with that.
Sunsets. The sky can be a beautiful place. It is also the most photographed thing on the internet besides your 14-year-old niece’s face after discovering selfies.
Y’all ain’t got no chill.
Grocery stores are magical places with so many things you want to try.
Warning: photographs of delicious food creations you’ve probably never seen before, that will make you hungrier than ever!
Eventually, for some, post workout pictures turned into post shower pictures and so on and so forth. Then all of a sudden I was that girl that everyone hates on social media.
It’s Bo time!
Oh god, some of these are really ridiculous.