The hottest mom bloggers and vloggers might appear like they’ve all of it collectively, however one from their ranks is right here to break down their less-than-flawless actuality.
Kristina Kuzmic, a Southern California mother with a widespread parenting YouTube channel, shared a hilarious tackle crafting a 100% false picture of your self and your loved ones on-line. Her video, “How to Fake Your Perfect Life On Social Media,” shortly went viral as a result of… nicely, it is relatable AF. And it is also hilarious.
The mother of three spoofs “faking it,” first sending a counter filled with mess tumbling to the bottom so as to arrange the right wine-guzzling selfie. Her more and more outlandish gags are all an effort to make it look like she leads an enviable existence the place the home is all the time clear, there’s all the time a glass of wine at hand, her youngsters are all the time prepared to hug her – and, in fact, she all the time has time to whip up a Pinterest-worthy do-it-yourself cake.
And in case your real-life pals are calling you out on your home wanting suspiciously clear in Instagram pics? Simple answer – Kuzmic jokes that it is best to simply abandon all of these individuals who know the actual you in favor of online-only pals who will purchase all your good little lies. Kuzmic’s satirical video additionally options humorous step-by-step “instructions” about how to make it appear to be all features of your loved ones life are straightforward, carefree, and glamorous…when behind-the-scenes, they’re something however.
The precise objective of the vlogger’s video is revealed in its last moments, when Kuzmic will get actual and encourages mothers to submit no matter they need to – the great, the dangerous, the ugly, and each second in between. After all, who’re you actually making an attempt to impress? Other people who find themselves, in all probability, faking it simply as onerous as you? I’ve to agree together with her sensible phrases – the world would be a a lot better (and saner) place if mothers weren’t egged on to compete with each other by social media jealousy.
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