At 64 I've never had much interest in social media other than Facebook and Viber, finding it mostly very superficial, but I'm increasingly anxious about being seen by younger people as an 'oldie' they can't contact because I don't 'do' Instagram, WhatsApp, Snapchat etc. I'm busy in the real world and have to carve out time to scroll through mostly uninteresting content. I'm not bothered about 'likes', I'm happy with my looks, weight, even my changing facial features - so why does this bother me so? My husband is the same but it doesn't bother him at all. I have two stepsons and their partners, and a daughter of my own (my son passed away seven years ago at 28) all in their 30s and all lovely people, but I can't ask them what they think of me in this respect. I've just been in tears over this! Does anyone else worry about this? I don't want to start a lot of superficial stuff just so I'm not seen as a fuddy-duddy.
Anyone else fed up with North Easterly wind flow?
Boris Johnson referred to the police for suspected further breaches of lockdown regulations.