Not only is this month's FHM Girlfriend an incredibly pretty Estonian model who speaks 6 languages, she's also an ace blogger with a lot to say about the selfie obsession.
Take a sneak peak at her amazing photoshoot in the gallery above and read what she has to say about our snap-happy culture...
"Everything that we do is a reflection of our internal world and I think this selfie obsession is a sign of loneliness.
A couple of months ago, I was clearing my iPhoto folder on my laptop and found 50GB of photos just lying around in folders. I'm not even a photographer.
I started to go through them, starting from December 2012 when I first arrived in England, and I saw the emotional stages I have been through since. I could clearly define them by the images I took.
There were weeks or even months when most of my Instagram feed was food and selfies.
Then there were times when pictures were of friends, parties and summer sun.
After that were a lot of pictures that were hidden messages, targeted to one special person.
In each of these stages, I could see how happy or unhappy I was. I clearly saw that the months when I felt lonely and trapped were when all the pictures were of food and selfies. I had a lot of time to fill with something, anything to make me happy, because nothing else was.
As soon as I got out of that misery and things changed, as did my pictures. I had dear people surrounding me that I wanted to share with the world.
I'm not against taking selfies, but I think people need to open their eyes more to their surroundings and not focus so much on themselves. You need to enjoy every little moment. You shouldn't have time to take selfies. I want to go out and see the world and meet people. You only have one life."