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From: USA Today

Study: ‘Pics or it didn’t happen’ distracts you from real life

USA Today:

“Who curls their hair and takes a selfie stick to go for a hike in the park?” one of my friends incredulously asked me this weekend. Apparently, one of our mutual acquaintances was so committed to “pics or it didn’t happen” that she decided that lugging a selfie stick on a nature walk was worth the photo op.

This pressure to photograph everything we do (and post those photos to social media) is common among young adults, especially college students. After all, Instagram is the third most popular social network among college students after Facebook and Twitter.

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