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So, since I started this blog I’ve been asked quite a lot to also start vlogging. You probably all know what vlogging is, but if you don’t, it’s video blogging – typically this would be done on Facebook or YouTube.
Writing vs Talking
I have to admit – I love doing both (talking and writing). I love the fact that you can show your feelings in both genres – both genres with your words, in two very different ways.
It probably would be a good thing for me to start vlogging, as I’ve always been told that I catch people when they’re around me and get to know me – so maybe people would actually like listening to me, who knows?
But, what I love about blogging is that you can constantly sit down and write something (just like this post) and not think too much – just like I talked about in my other post about Not Thinking When Writing. Also, if you’re doing vlogging you’ll most likely have to do some sort of video editing to make your videos look cool and inviting towards your audience.
On the other hand, I would love to do exactly this. I love making videos, recording, editing and being creative etc., but not more than being creative with written words.
When writing, I feel a certain relaxation and passion – obviously I hope you guys can feel that too. So far, I haven’t felt any writers block and hopefully it won’t come around to that.
“Creative Isn’t The Way I Think, It’s the Way I Like To Live” – Paul Sandip
At the moment I’m focusing on spreading my words via journeywithjunior.com and then, who knows, maybe I’ll start vlogging at some other point.
Even thought I fancy the creative thinking about vlogging I love to edit my words and try to focus on one thing at a time – including trying to impress, motivate, and inspire some of you guys out there.
This was a really short post, but I would also love to hear your opinion on this:
What’s your guys thought of this – writing vs talking? Do you love your written words more than your spoken? Let me know, down below 🙂
Thank you for reading,