Let’s Stop Perfectly Curating Our Lives

I don’t want reality to have a filter setting.

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She hid the moments of depression. She retreated when it was bad. Because no one wants to see that.

I always broke down where no one could see me. That day it was in my car.

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We are in woeful need of vulnerability. It rarely exists in social media. I crave it. I want to see everyone’s reality. Not the one they’ve filtered.

My actual dinner was a egg and cheese sandwich I ate off of a Christmas plate because it was easy. I ate it in bed because I really like my bed and I wanted to be comfy while I wrote.

Flaming pinball, nerd, music lover, wine snob, horrible violin player. No, I won’t stop taking pictures of my drinks. vanessaltorre@gmail.com IG: vanessaltorre

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