• Trying to live a celebrity kind of lifestyle yet you don’t know how long it took for them to get to where they are is very expensive.
In today's world, everyone is rich, happy and has made it in social media. One can even call it a fake reality because of kwa ground vitu ni different.
Trying to keep up with life on social media is like trying to fill a potato sack with water, it will never amount to anything.
Saving money enough for you to buy a plot back at home and build rentals and make a source of income just to take a trip to Dubai or spend a few days in the coast and ride on a yacht for a few hours clearly makes no sense.
All in the name of “you only leave once?” That phrase might as well just be illegal. Trying to live a celebrity kind of lifestyle yet you don’t know how long it took for them to get to where they are is very expensive.
This is because you are trying to put together what they spent years building in a few days. This is what we call spreading your butter too thin.
It’s also expensive because you can be both emotionally and mentally drained because of the financial strains that come along with trying to keep up with life on social media. Since facilitating this lifestyle and keeping up with it is not cheap.
Emotional and mental health stability is an underestimated kind of wealth. It's very obvious because even public figures end up complaining about depression that comes along with being in the limelight and living the social media life.
Public figures like Shakillah, Kodak black, Jackie Matubia and Julie Gichuru.Don’t let social media control how you live your life. Face it till you make it!