Learning to say YES to new things is something I have really been working on the past year. Last year I wrote a round up post of how far I had already come in terms of not being scared to try something new. I NEVER used to do anything outside of my comfort zone and when I started my blog it really did challenge me. New doors opened, new opportunities came my way, and I found myself having to do things I was super nervous about. Even travelling to London on my own I used to freak out. But now I’ve conquered these things there are still new opporutnities which I am still to tackle.
I’m New to YouTube!
So last week, very spur of the moment I decided to film my day shooting blog outfits in London. YouTube is something which I have always said ‘ohh no that’s not for me’ ‘I wouldn’t be very good at that’. The scariest thing for me was where do you even start! But I decided to give it a go, film the day, have a go at editing, and If I thought it looked half decent I was going to start a YouTube channel. And so I did! To my surprise the filming part was easy! With a little help from google the editing part also wasn’t as hard as I thought it would be either. I set up my channel and I pressed upload before I even had chance to worry about whether I should or shouldn’t upload it.
It Is Good Enough?
The quality and standard of YouTube content is so high I wasn’t even sure if it was even good enough. But, everyone starts somewhere so my first video may be a little basic BUT it’s out there and I’ve had a lot of really positive comments so far! YouTube is going to be something completely new for me and really is going to be a challenge, but as I do more video’s I’m guessing it will be become easier!
This outfit is featured in my first ever YouTube video, you can watch it here. I’m going to be documenting a lot of my summer travels on YouTube too so make sure you’re subscribed to see what I get up to! If you’re a newbie to YouTube too, I would love to hear how you got started!
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Disclaimer – This post was sponsored by Dorothy Perkins but all views are my own.