I have to blame YouTube and Facebook for this. Sort of. Where it isn’t directly those two sites that are to blame, it’s definitely a dangerous addiction, especially YouTube. And my writing has suffered tremendously. I don’t read as much as I used to either. I don’t know what the attraction is exactly, but it’s an attraction nonetheless. Facebook is like a disease as well, but it’s the best outlet for connecting with others that do what I do, and friends. If I was to get paid to go on YouTube daily, I’d be richer than Bill Gates. No joke. That’s how much time I spend on YouTube in a day. I could say I wake up to it and fall asleep to it.
It’s sad because all these people on YouTube are doing these amazing things. Creating something from nothing. All the things I want to do and all I do is watch them do it. I sit and scroll and type in the search box. I should be one of those creative people, showing off what I can do, but I’m not. I don’t. Maybe it’s a lack of personal motivation or maybe it’s because no one has ever cheered me on and supported me emotionally towards my goals. I hope to have all my stories out there soon for people to read. I like engaging people to open their minds. It’s not good to live inside a bubble. No matter how safe the bubble is.