Vlogging and Awkwardness
Apologies for the lack of blog posts, this blog isn’t where I earn my keep, but it is where I love to share my stories and thoughts with all my readers. Lately I’ve been busier than ever writing for other websites, working on videos, and cultivating the travel section for a soon to be launched website sharpheels.com. While I have so many stories I still want to share with you all, I just haven’t had the time!
Meanwhile, watch my latest YouTube videos. The first one, Awkward Vlogging in Uruguay was hilariously featured on a Uruguay TV show, check out the original:
Finally I’ve tried to make one a little more helpful although it is just as awkward. Five tips on what NOT to do when traveling:
If you have a YouTube topic idea, post it in the comments below or on one of the YouTube videos!
December 12, 2013
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