Y’all ain’t got no chill.
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.
They say ignorance is bliss.
Interestingly enough, I recently took my Instagram public (thank you, thank you, I know, thank you, guys really please, STOP it! you’re the brave ones, not me) so I am glad to share a few tips that might help you overcome your crippling SMA:
Ideas, much like the peplum look, go in and out of style. An idea gains traction when, we the consumers of news, buy into a theory or issue. However, as time goes by, our commitment fades as the shock and outrage wears off. That is until it becomes trendy again.
Scrolling though the typical early morning posts of inspirational quotes and delicious breakfasts, you’re suddenly faced with a picture reminding you of someone’s extraordinary life.
What we have is between us and the people we bring into our real social lives. There’s no filters, no carefully constructed tweets or statuses, no goofy pictures to show the world that we’re in love. They don’t need to know that.
You won’t believe what a simple Facebook post led to.
We are linking over continents, in fleeting moments, about content so personally profound that it bares significant appreciation.
We all eventually reach that point in our lives where all of our friends’ statuses jump to “in a relationship,” and our news-feeds are flooded with pictures of our high school friends and their “boos.”