I’ve touched on the subject of body image, and how body positivity can turn sour before; since then, I’ve discovered a whole new aspect to social media, in which women support other women being put down on particular accounts in the name of body positivity. The accounts sole purpose are to ‘reveal the truth’ on celebrities and women, by posting their best pictures and their un-deited ‘worst’ pictures side by side, in order for other women in the comment section to ridicule them and subsequently feel better about themselves.
In 2019, it’s almost impossible to find someone who doesn’t have a travel bucket list. It’s everyone’s dream to travel the world. Thanks to the increasing popularity of photo-sharing social media, the jet-setter lifestyle seems more tantalising than ever before. When it comes to travel bucket lists, people tend to put down the most popular, ‘instagram worthy‘ destinations. This then
Social media influencers are the latest tools of business marketing. People with a high count of followers are able to drive an influx of customers towards locations, with one simple picture of them posed outside of the building. It wasn’t until I got back onto the Instagram scene this summer, when a particular London hotspot caught my attention. I’d passed