I don’t like videos anymore

This year I made a challenge I would be making one video a week for an entire year. It’s been a month and already my videos are being uploaded late. So instead I will be changing the challenge to one blog a week. I have filmed every kind of YT video I could think off with my skillset. Very few have even made it to the editing software, let alone YT itself. But I was always happier with the video description than the actual video.
So I guess I’m better at writing.
I will still use the channel to support this blog and my art. I also have Instagram and a Facebook.
So starting from February: One blog a week for an entire year. And yes this post counts as one blog this week lol.

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