Because Instagram is a ‘proper job’
As many of you are aware (because I don’t stop banging on about it) I graduated back in July. For many students, that means the end of student life and off into the big wide world of 9-5 ‘proper jobs’. But that life wasn’t for me. There’s nothing wrong with it of course, it just wasn’t a life that I wanted.
Let’s go back in time to May, the month before I graduated. I had a meeting with one of lecturers about my assignment, and in this meeting we discussed what I was planning to do after graduation. (At the time I was still planning on doing my masters, so my lecturer then asked what I was planning on doing after that) I told her about my Instagram account that was growing, and about my bookish photography business on the side which was doing pretty well.