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A Social Media Etiquette Guide For Anyone On Vacation

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3. Tell us where you are!

We are living vicariously through you. Be specific.

4. Always ask yourself, "Is this an overshare?"

There's a fine line between sharing and oversharing.

5. Get permission before taking pictures of the locals.

Every culture has different norms regarding photos. Do your research beforehand!

7. Cool it on the hashtags.

Three maximum! #toomanyhashtags

8. Take photos that are worth seeing and that aren't just a humblebrag.

9. Speaking of humblebrags, think about editing yourself.

We're already jealous!

10. Be sparing with pictures of your hotel room.

Let's be real — most hotel rooms look the same.

12. You are allowed one photo of your meal...

13. ...and ONE sunset.

Every sunset is unique, and every picture of a sunset is not.