Die australische Lifestylebloggerin Edessa O'Neill löschte wegen der Oberflächlichkeit der Social-Media-Szene alle ihre Profile. Eine österreichische Bloggerin versucht nun, ihren Instagram-Auftritt etwas authentischer zu gestalten. Ganz ohne Filter.
In honor of @essenaoneill who decided to quit social media I decided to do a little self-experiment. Fit the next week I will be uploading snapshots from my life how it actually is on a everyday basis. No filters, uploading the first take and no staged content. For the sake of bringing a little more authenticity into Instagram. #emo#8J+Pvg==## this is me this morning at 7am, I am getting ready for yoga class. I have a huge red rash on my leg (I think it's an allergic reaction but I am not gonna gross you out ) and should see a doctor but I keep procrastinating. My house looks like a war place which I also keep procrastinating (but more to that later). But the sun is shining and I'm in a very good mood, haha #emo#77iP## #truthfullydariadaria
Putting up a photo like this was quite overcoming for me I normally always just post photos of the nice, cleaned up angles of my apartment (#casadariadaria). But this is reality: a very, very messy bedroom after almost 5 weeks of constantly being abroad, packing and unpacking, trying to do laundry in between. Living in this mess a lot of times stresses me out, because I hate it when my place looks like this. Blogging about "home" or "living" would never involve photos like that. But I ask myself why? Isn't THIS also sometimes part of how we actually live in our real homes? (Except for all of you super tidy bastards out there. I wish I was like you ) #truthfullydariadaria