Pros of daily vlogging:
Cons of daily vlogging:
First vlog should go up tomorrow, depending on the footage we got today. If we didn’t get enough then there will be one up on Wednesday. … please watch and offer feedback?
Spent most of today setting up things for a daily vlogging channel on YouTube (coming up with a channel name, an intro, etc.). I don’t know if it’s just the perfectionist in me that hates it all or if it’s actually crap and I should give up now.
I think I have a lot more to learn than I originally thought, as well… I know nothing about video editing and uploading.
Definitely outside my comfort zone, but I’m doing it.
The little guy is sooo congested today. He’s got a cough, too, and it just breaks my heart. All he wants to do is nurse and cuddle and sleep. Poor baby. =(
I really think I’m going to try this YouTube thing. I just don’t know what to call my channel, or how to get started… or how to edit videos. I bet Google would teach me. How many of you guys would watch my vlogs? Would anyone even want to see a video of my life every day?
Do you want to learn just how annoying I actually am?
I also think I’m ready to start teaching my primary class again. I miss my kids. And I miss feeling like I have a reason to go to church. And sharing time is a million times better than relief society.
Tonight we’re driving out to a friend’s open house since she just came home from her mission a couple of days ago. I kind of don’t want to go (for a few reasons), but we’ll be there anyway.
C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity (via awelltraveledwoman)
Thinking again that YouTube is where it’s at (I blame SharCarl’s most recent podcast). But really, even if we never become famous… an extra $100 every month would really help out right now. We are flat out broke, and I know that living paycheck to paycheck isn’t a great place to be.
There are so many “what if’s” that run through my head when I consider this option of making money. But what if I went for it anyway? It never hurts to try, right? If I end up hating it then I don’t have to keep doing it.