Your social media presence will quickly become your virtual CV or portfolio at one some stage of your life. Even if you don't want it to be perceived that way, it's open to the public, or someone who knows someone you know can link through to it - so bear that in mind. That's not to say that you should not express yourself on your own profile (because social media was built for self-expression!) but it's better not to showcase how much
fun you're really having. Remember that some things could be taken out of context, and may be taken the wrong way - which could ultimately damage future prospects, opportunities or your reputation. Go ahead and be proud of yourself - but before posting, always ask yourself, "What is the purpose of this post?" Is it to share a wholesome memory? To show the success of your work, or are you posting it to make your ex jealous? If it's the latter, think deeper about how that might affect you in the future. Also, be careful of people reaching out to you on those posts where you do look extra cute, cat-fishing
is a real thing!