So, as my #nouw30daychallenge begins, I'd like to start with my most recent project: vlogging.
It all begins with an idea a while ago but never really found the time and the right material to record about. I'm not really a pretentious person so I didn't really want to begin with "What I do every day" or "30 things about me" because.. I'm no one to the public eye. People that know me, already know all of the things I might say in these kind of topics because they follow me on social media (if they don't skip through it), but they have some sort of idea.
I recently went through a life changing situation where I changed perspectives on life and saw things more clearly. I detoxed from things I used to do and people I used to hang out with. I learned how to properly let go and understand my life is going to get better if I work on it. I had decided to surround myself with positive influences and people that have an interest in my well being.
So, the idea for my first video was, the traveling I did before this situation. It was a very joyful trip and I will be posting pictures of it in another post, and I did it to reflect the kindness of my family and the person I was before this experience. You can't really see much, since you can't hear me because of the background music I selected but I can. I see myself and it's not the person I am right now. Anyway, I got to wander around Washington DC and it was beautiful. I will leave the link to this first video here .
The second video was very important to me. Even though I had some ideas of talking about life experiences and how to learn from them (such as heartbreak, etc). I put together a few things that have helped me feel better. For the record, I struggle with depression and so, these things have helped me infinitely, whether because they distract me or really change my attitude towards my day and since I keep myself busy, I don't have time to wallow. I wanted to share these tips because I know there are people just like me that don't know what to do to feel better and sometimes they don't like talking about their problems for whatever reason they might have. This video was for the solid purpose of helping others dealing with depression, heartbreak or pure boredom. I believe that you can change your way of thinking and control your emotions and what better way than to keep yourself distracted with things you love to do? It may be hard if the depression is severe but if you work on it, slowly, to your own pace, you might find yourself getting there sooner than you thought, it is going to be closer than where you were before. The link to the second video is here .