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If it isnt adding value to your life then whats the point?' During her trip to Bali in March the brunette star posted a whopping 48 pictures as she posed for several snaps that she shared with her impressive 1.2million followers.
The television personality also confessed that she had considered taking herself off the site and questioned if she had an addiction. Social ban: The television personality also confessed that she had considered taking herself off the site and questioned if she had an addiction to.
She added: 'Its a saturated market of people becoming clones of one another. I thought I liked the idea of being a travel influencer, but when I was in Bali I felt like a bit of a fraud tbh.
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Im more aware than ever that Instagram can present a false expectation for people to live up to. The reality star then began outlining examples of how the picture sharing site had been used to give the rest of the world a picture perfect image.
In the snap, Louise looked stunning in a yellow floral patterned sundress as the colour of the ensemble accentuated her sun-kissed glow and matched the hotel furniture perfectly. The former Made In Chelsea star opted for minimal accessories for the outfit and went for a.
She began: 'Insta vs Reality NEWSFLASH - Instagram ISNT real life. and who YOU are should be enough! Dont let it suck the happiness out of you' 'I, for one need to stop taking it so damn seriously.
Alongside the snaps, Louise explained to fans that she 'needed to stop taking Instagram so seriously'. She began: 'Insta vs Reality NEWSFLASH - Instagram ISNT real life. and who YOU are should be enough!
'I LOVE travelling, I LOVE photography, fashion etc and I LOVE the opportunity to be creative and share my stories, but I dont enjoy being a copycat or feeling like Im following in someone elses footsteps.
Maybe Im an addict? 'It worries me that when children grow up they no longer aspire to be astronauts, vets, teachers, scientists or firefighters. They want to be an influencer. That word makes me cringe so hard.'.