By Matilda Donovan

Let’s be honest. We all spend an embarrassing amount of time on social media, liking selfies of people we don’t know, watching videos of recipes we will never make and pretending we are friends with people we will never meet. 

 I too spend an inordinate amount of my 20-year-old life doing nothing on social media. And you know what?  I am increasingly frustrated...

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