A Selfie Intervention

Okay, so I guess I didn’t really get an intervention for my selfie addiction back in my teen days. Although, I’ve gotten a talking-to from a couple friends when we were out in public and I was paying far too much attention to my camera. Still, I’ve overcome my selfie addiction. (It might also have something to do with the fact that I’ve been modeling since then. . .you get tired of the camera.) My friend asked me to write an article about selfies, and so I did. I’ve also included some of my infamous selfies from my gap year in Austria that got me in trouble with friends. You can read it if you want to.  Click here to read it. If you’ve been wondering what’s up with the selfie trend and why folks are so into it, I think my attitude toward selfies as a teen pretty much sums up others’ reasons to do this. I do give reasons as to why–at least–I did this.

I do have a twitter, and I see that selfies are a popular thing to post there. I’ve never really gotten into that on Twitter. I guess I don’t have as much to show off anymore regarding my face. (There are only so many faces I know how to make.)

 

 

 

 

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4 thoughts on “A Selfie Intervention

  1. Autrach Sejanoz says:

    Checked out the article. Pretty good work! Glad to hear you’ve overcome your addiction, too!

    • nikkibausch says:

      Yes, I think you’ve seen a lot of my selfie posts lol. Though, my selfie collection could never rival a certain female poster from the Nachtkabarett days that we’re both familiar with. 🙂

  2. Thanks for contributing such a well written article and being so brutally honest 🙂 JKM

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