I started vlogging on a whim. No goal, no direction, and no equipment. I just wanted to do this thing people called “vlogging”.
Heck, when I approached my wife, about it, she literally said, “Do you have to?”
It was hard. I showed up for 78 days, every single day, and produced a video for my YouTube channel. A daily show while having a family, a full-time job, and working on moving to another country.
Eventually I moved to a weekly schedule. I began to develop techniques, things to save time during filming and editing. I planned, I made mistakes, and I pressed on.
I didn’t even know if it would be worth it.
Spoiler: It was.
Vlogging is part of my life now, it’s simply part of what I do, and the personal benefits have been incredible.
I live in Dublin, Ireland, with my wife and two daughters, and I have a weekly vlog about my international life, travel, and personal journey through this world.
You can also find me on Twitter if you want to say hello or ask any questions!