Days 28 | Daily Blogging is Hard
I have been reading daily blogs for years. I assumed that the people who are committing to writing daily are always doing something worth writing about. I figure they have interesting ideas all the time, are constantly traveling, and need an outlet to express their creativity. I decided to start blogging daily because I wanted to have a space where I could discuss my upcoming move to Australia without annoying all the people who have to deal with me on a regular basis (read: my parents, and Katy). I also needed a platform to write about our political situation, because this shit is crazy.
Week one was fine, I was excited about it and ready for the challenge. Week 3, I realized that I don’t really have that much to say about the Working Holiday because I am not there yet, living it. Preparing to leave has been less exciting than I anticipated, and I am pretty much packed already. So then, what am I supposed to write about for the next month, until I leave?
The first thing that came to mind when I sat down and started brainstorming was YouTube. I had never really been a fan of YouTube, favoring Netflix and Prime Video for my streaming needs. However, I recently found some channels that I have been excited about, and I have been watching their content for about a month now. I have thought about getting into video for awhile now, and my dad keeps pestering me about it because I think he thinks I am funny… Is that it dad, or are you just interested in watching me awkwardly embarrass myself in front of a larger audience?
Regardless, I have been contemplating starting my YouTube channel. Long enough, that I even have a link for it on the blog. Don’t click it, its not worth it. I have been doing a ton of research on how to create a popular channel, so over the next few days, or maybe weeks, I am going to start sharing my process with you.
I may even give you first dibs on my very first vlog. Lucky you!