10 Things we’ve learned from 1 YEAR of VLOGGING [San Agustin – Colombia]

We’ve celebrated our vlogaversary! Hooray! We think that this is the perfect time to reflect on what it took to become a vlogger, what we’ve learned from 1 year of vlogging, and what has changed between those first videos and now. And we’ve found the perfect place to talk about these milestones in our personal history: The archeological parc of San Agustin, Colombia.

00:00 Intro
02:50 Our first videos were kinda crap
03:50 Making videos takes a long time
05:11 There’s no way around censorship
06:25 You can’t fake your personality
07:28 We have to get outside
09:03 Always bring a camera
10:04 Vlogging in front of people is weird
11:16 The weather is not your friend
12:13 Don’t let the stats influence your mood
14:43 It’s hard to figure out what people want

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