30 Notes Before 30 | March 20, 2016

Social Media is fake. It’s a stage to portray an image that isn’t authentic. It’s not real. Sometimes when I scroll pass a post from a person’s page that I personally know, I simply shake my head. It’s all a public stunt. A secret competition. A recreation of style and interest. An unhealthy relationship. How do your learn so much about a friend on social media than you do in an intimate relationship? How come people go so hard to seek acceptance from others that they don’t even know, especially when they are struggling in their personal relationships? How come there’s a demand in likes than there is in true love? What’s the purpose? Why are strangers entitled to the secrets of success that are hidden from friends and family? Social media is fake. That shit isn’t authentic. But I guess people will do anything to race to the top.Is this what I should be doing, too?

[These are my open notes that I’ve hidden from the world. Over the next month, I am making them public until my birthday on April 14th.]

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2 comments

  1. These are my personal notes and opinions that I’m obligated to share on my blog. You are more than welcome to challenge your opinions on your social media outlet. I wasn’t looking for clarity or opinions of others.

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    • Sir, I always wondered why you read my blog that was for a twenty year old woman. Secondly, my post had nothing to do with businesses and such. It was my personal experience, my personal relationship. Please stop commenting on my post that you have misread or have no understanding of the context.

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