Sources reported Friday that local woman Lisa Sheppard, buckled under the pressure of choosing the best filter and image combination to post to her Instagram account @crafty_queen. Lisa reportedly dressed her two-year-old son in some really cutesy shit that she bought off Etsy, after getting completely and totally inspired by a recent pin on Pinterest. “I put the camera setting on burst to make sure I captured the moment perfectly,” Lisa said. “The problem came when trying to choose between the 450 image and filter combinations. Somewhere between the Ludwig and Slumber filter settings I felt light-headed and unable to focus.” Lisa was reportedly unable to edit the exposure and the crop, which caused a real lack of “pop” when viewed in the newsfeed. “The resulting image received almost no likes,” Lisa said. Early data indicates a diminished amount of likes from family members she rarely sees, and old classmates she tries desperately to impress. The National Bureau of Online Health reports nearly 5,000 cases a week of women and men between the ages of 18-35. They warn of heightened levels of anxiety predominantly among new mothers, and those learning how to cook fancy ass food.