I've got a lot of ways I'd describe people who post daily selfies, but "mentally healthy" isn't one of them.
Well . . . what do I know?
According to a new study out of England, taking a photo every day and posting it on social media improves your wellbeing.
The researchers focused on selfies, but they say that it works for any photo.
Why? They found when you stop what you're doing to take a photo and then share it with the world, it keeps you motivated, sharp, and engaged with your friends. So you feel less lonely, and more in tune with the rest of the world.