Getting over my disdain for Social Media

Anti-Social Media

I loathe Social Media, I love seeing my friends posts and I enjoy knowing that they are ok. See my predicament here? I think Social Media is useful, but I hate it all the same.

Roll back to 2007 or 2008 when I first joined Facebook, I recall agonising for days, literally days over my first ever “status update”…… “What will people think of me? Why would I write something about myself? What will I write about myself? Delete that, that is too self involved! Who that fuck wants to know that about me?” Oh how I agonised.

However, I rolled with it, I got good at it, I could spin the best “look at how happy and successful I am” posts. Then as I got older, grumpier, more cynical and a shit tonne more aware, I realised, I loathe status updates, posts and those fuckn positive meme bullshit posts. So I stopped posting, went cold turkey apart from the odd share of something inappropriate, distastefully funny and just plain wrong, man I love those and the friends whom I share them off! ~ Keep keeping on ya’ll!

Anyway, this morning I was getting my contact lenses sorted (thanks Natalie if you’re reading this) and we got talking about Social Media, nutrition and science and it inspired me to write this post. Kind of like writing my thoughts down again.

The conversation made me think about all the information I have acquired over the years regarding nutrition and I realised I need to get this out of my head and into blogs and posts.

So, let the flow of info commence.

Kel x0

PS: I am typing this with my newly fitted contacts and well…..this vision shit is awesome!

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