To Youtube or Not

So, I started a new Youtube channel and made one video.  I have not uploaded it yet.  I’m not sure I want to do videos.  Part of my fear is that I will have to do videos all of the time.  I’m also not sure I want to see myself in videos all of the time.  Yet another part of me wonders what will happen to writing blog entries.  Will I become too dependent on videos and stop writing?

I enjoy these blog posts.  I think writing posts is fun.  I don’t know.  I’m on the fence.  What do you guys think?   Do you want to see me add videos as part of this blog?

Advertisements

13 responses to “To Youtube or Not

  1. To vlog or to blog… that is the question!

    You should test out the waters, and post the video both here and there. There are ways you can embed the video into a blog post. If you decide that you prefer vlogging, you can just do short intros here.

    This is your journey… we’re just here to support you.

  2. You should do what you feel comfortable with. I know I prefer reading to watching mainly because my access to a computer is at work and videos aren’t always convenient. I just think it is great that you are sharing your experiences!!

    • I often prefer reading to videos, but I do see the value of doing a video in that I can regularly see the changes in myself. I really do not want to lose the written portion of my blog. If I do start doing videos, I may start by talking about some of the stuff I’ve already talked about on this blog.

  3. I like to read and to watch the videos. You could do a vlog one or two days a week.

  4. Wow that was odd. I just wrote an really long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn’t show up. Grrrr… well I’m not writing all
    that over again. Anyhow, just wanted to say fantastic blog!

  5. On a busy day, as many as ten cruise ships will pull into
    the port of Dubrovnik as well as 500 or more tour buses with 40 passengers in each bus.

    Some of the ingredient lists take up most of the packaging,
    you find, even for a seemingly simple product. Method: Study the
    cellular division in plants using an onion, garlic or beet
    root to study under a microscope.

  6. By the time they decide they’re ready to settle down and find that perfect mate, they realize they have no idea how to go ahead and make love and romance happen. It’s
    proof, as if any more were needed, that Indie authors
    can write with just as much skill and authority as any published by major
    companies. Make that the first thing she
    hears and feels when she wakes up.

  7. You’re so cool! I don’t think I’ve truly read through anything like
    this before. So good to find someone with a few genuine thoughts on this subject matter.
    Really.. thank you for starting this up. This website is
    something that’s needed on the web, someone with
    some originality!

  8. Arms are one muscle group where this is extremely common, with some claiming that compound back exercises are sufficient
    to promote full biceps development, and compound chest and shoulder
    exercises will beef up the triceps with large amounts
    of muscle mass, all without any isolation exercises to target
    these specific areas. Aside from exercise in your plan,
    have a healthy diet as well. When you curl the barbell the phase
    your muscles are going through is called the concentric phase.

  9. Your calorie intake goes hand in hand with your body weight.

    I thought this would turn me into a super-lean machine.
    If you want extra support to write your goals in
    the STAR format just write an email to info@loseweighttowin.

  10. If you’ve performed high intensity workouts for at
    least 4 weeks and you feel drained, you either need to take
    a break for a week or just take it easy in the gym.
    Self-control and consistency is still the best practice and the key to any weight loss success.
    After all, if you have rock hard abs hidden behind belly fat all the abdominal exercises in the
    world won’t help.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s