Sweatshirt - Forever 21 | Shorts - Thrifted | Bag - c/o Zaful (here) | Shoes - Target 

I was having a conversation with my brother the other day about social media. The good, the bad and the ugly of the new age of Instagram culture. We were talking about how life can be perceived as amazing or perfect but no one knows the full picture. I like to use instagram to highlight the best moments in my life. Like most things in life, we want to put our best foot forward. On my blog and instagram I do not want to come off as someone that I am not but in actuality I look a lot "cooler" online than I am in person. In real life, I am very clumsy (not the most graceful walker) and I am more goofy than “cool”. But you might not get that from social media. Maybe through my YouTube videos or instastories people get to see the "real" me. 

I guess what I am trying to say is, we should not take social media too seriously. Do not base your opinion on someone solely on what he or she shares online. Of course, it’s good to show the best version of yourself as well as love all aspects of you. Like I know, I can be the “cool” girl in all my pictures but I spend more time in sweatpants and oversized t-shirts than I spend in really dope outfits. I am the same girl that spent a whole day eating nothing but a bag of chips, fell asleep with that same bag of chips and a ton of crumbs (#RelationshipGoals, #FeyiAndChips4ever, #ChipsBae). Anyways… at this point I am ranting and if you are still reading you are a real champ. To sum things up, we are all a lot cooler online than we are in person and that’s okay if we understand social media is not real life in it’s entirety.