Like many other people once upon a time I thought about starting a YouTube channel.
I tried a few different things. First I tried to be a Sims player, I had planed a full series and made a few videos. It was to be The Bachelorette challenge, and I actually made tiny introduction videos for all of the contestants. I even had recorded a couple of game plays. But the biggest problem was recording the audio. I just felt like I wasn’t funny enough, and since I have a pretty light voice. So that idea was eventually scrapped.
My second attempt to become a youtuber was to have be a booktuber. The small problem with not wanting to appear on screen was solved by taking of of my plushies, an adorable bunny and have her as the star of the show. I actually recorded around 4 minute of actual video footage and I actually recorded voice-over. I even edited the video together. But her I came across the trouble. It was hard to get proper footage that was interesting that wasn’t just the same old things, because there aren’t that many different things you can do with a soft bunny and a book. Like we filmed so much, but when I edited it all together it was around 3:02 minute sod footage, and it was pretty boring to watch. So that was scrapped to.
My third and last attempt was to put myself in front of the camera. Because the best way to overcome your fear is do it. So that I did and… I looked like a dear in headlights. Seriously, my eyes looked everywhere except at the camera, I looked terrified and I was really bad watching. So that was the end to making it on YouTube.
The reason I wanted to be a youtuber was that I have all these stories I want to share, and becoming a vloger felt like the perfect idea. But when that failed, thrice, I realized that there was still a way to share my stories, but in a way I knew I was comfortable with and that was blogging. I’ve always been good at writing, and find it so much easier to express myself in the written form.
So that’s how I ended up on her 🙂