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The Millennial Mindset: Are We Really Choosing Locations Over How Instagram-Worthy They Are?

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Do a quick Google search and you’ll see thousands of articles on the latest tricks behind taking the most epic Instagram photos ever on your next travel adventure.  But have we really become so isolated from the world that we resort to traveling to destinations based solely on Instagrammability? I’ve been away from my phone for 10 days now, I take 10 minutes in the morning to have a look at what I am ‘missing out’ but in reality,...

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