Weekly Writerly Witterings ~ When Did I Get Old?

witter (ˈwɪtə)
vb – (often foll by: on) to chatter or babble pointlessly or at unnecessary length
n – pointless chat; chatter

COBUILD Advanced English Dictionary. Copyright © HarperCollins Publishers

Is it ageist of me to feel confounded by modern social media trends? After all, I’m in my early-30s. For most people, that could hardly be considered “old.” I see plenty of my peers my age and older putting out fantastic content. But there really is something to be said and admired for the next generation. My case in point? Every single time I hop on social media and watch seemingly effortless content creators ten years my junior being effortlessly fabulous. For the sake of full disclosure, and your entertainment, here are my usual thoughts whenever I browse my favorite social media channels:


#1. Help! Everyone looks like my niece’s age and I have no idea what y’all like besides Tick Tok!

#2. You’re all very creative, but I have no clue how to keep up with you.

#3. How in the hex do I bother posting something every day when I can barely keep up with my 5-year-old every day? 


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Fun Links

Old English Profanity– by Polysyllabic as part of my Blackbriar Cove research 😉 
Lauren Michelle’s Youtube Channel– Her fanvids and manips are simply gorgeous, inspirational, and just plain fun ❤ Enjoy!

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