Ok I am afraid I am going to struggle a lot with the very last prompt of #blogtober17 because I don’t follow anyone on Youtube and I don’t have a Youtube channel for my blog either. I really find myself rather annoying to listen to so can think of nothing worse that videoing myself to share with the rest of the world. I also, if truth be told, tend to find blogger videos pretty dull / borderline painful to listen to as to me they often come across pretty false and unnatural. Now I assume there must be some out there that are in fact interesting so I would love to hear your suggestions so I can check them out. I have absolutely no interest in watching someone showing me a big pile of crap they bought at Primark though so probably best to avoid anyone who uses the word ‘haul’ in their videos.
What I have found Youtube is amazing for (other that building kids toys when the instructions make no sense. Life saver at Christmas!) is finding old videos of TV shows I watched as a kid. no no not for me, but for my kids because oh my days some of the crud they show nowadays is just so so painful to listen to. I would much rather Aiden watched an episode of The Family Ness or Trap Door than that annoying pig and they only way I could track down my wonderful childhood viewings was on Youtube. Aiden loves it for this and often says let’s watch something good on Youtube! What can I say, the boy has taste.
This is the last post in the #blogtober17 challenge and I am pretty chuffed (and shocked) to be able to say I did it again! Year two and I got a post out every single day that matched the prompts. It was stressful to be fair but I have enjoyed writing really fast and not worrying too much about all the things I often worry about when writing a blog post. Next year though I think I am gong to set myself my own challenge of actually planning the posts I write and making them a bit more formed rather than the ramblings of a sleep deprived mad woman. For now though I am going to go relax / ry to catch up on all the other blog work and reviews that have fallen by the wayside this month.
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