I expected a recent study about the evils of social media. Instead, I got a few anecdotes from a cog in the machine trying to rock the ship as best he can.
Yeah, it's certainly an interesting article but it's not a carefully-researched analytical study, it's more of just an opinion-style piece. It makes some good points though. It begs the question: why does the author not just quit Instagram and Facebook if it's causing her so much annoyance? This was not addressed in the article.
Probably because one small instance of not taking a picture of her food is not worth deleting entire accounts over. We should not make the assumption that she is fed up with social media and/or her life is suffering because of it based off of 1 personal anecdote, regardless of our personal feelings towards it.