Instagram — the new euphoria
A popular saying goes, “when life gives you lemons, make lemonade”. Yes, some people do it and then post it on the Gram. Recently, Jennifer Aniston joined Instagram and she broke the Guinness World Records title for the fastest time to reach one million followers in 5 hours and 16 minutes. Now, she has been posting quite a few pictures of what she’s doing every day. From not wanting to join Instagram to posting pictures and stories every now and then?
I am not against Instagram. In fact, I was one of those people who didn’t want to join Instagram in the first place. Later I joined in and I happen to see that some people update their lives on Instagram. Every now and then they post pictures of what they’re doing, their mental and emotional state, and so on. People are frantic about the number of followers they have and whether many people have liked their pictures.
Instagram is a good platform to connect with people who have similar interests. Some influencers can have a good impact on you. It is a good platform to spread awareness about the happenings of the world. Instagram should be used for the right purpose and made worthwhile for users. Why not display a person’s skills and interests instead of the number of followers they have and the pictures they post? It has become a hype among the young generation and everybody needs a reason to be on Instagram today.
Don’t you think this is somewhat true and we didn’t look into it all this while? I hope you’re using Instagram with an objective that makes you use your time constructively!
Go out, spend some quality time for yourself, take a walk in the park, listen to some soothing music, talk to an old friend, draw, doodle, grab a burger? Now, that’s unhealthy. Rather cook something for yourself and even better you’ll learn to cook if you’re a bad one 😁