This question sucks.
What I mean to say is: In most situations it sucks.
We’re heading back to the Haus of Stifflered tomorrow.
My old YouTube channel where I used to make Minecraft Let’s Play videos is being reborn, and I’m actually pretty nervous about it.
Why? Because I’m going to be playing an entirely different game.
And because I’m a noob.
Every pro-blogger will tell you that there’s a big rule that’s important to follow: Don’t always write about yourself.
Most of the time when people start a blog, they go into it with the idea that they’re starting a personal, public journal where they can share their thoughts about what’s happening in life, pop culture, current events, or in their kitchen.
YouTube is amazing. It can simultaneously teach you things that will make you a better person, while also keep you from doing the bare necessities needed to actually be a better person.
Without regular sleep, your stamina regen will be low, you’ll be more susceptible to taking damage from otherwise weak opponents (like those who are highly specialized in psychological-based attacks), and you may find yourself hallucinating about the ghosts and phantoms that prey on the insomniacs of the world.
TierZoo is both a blessing and a curse for this reason.
Donations are weird to me.
Not that I don’t like them or appreciate them. I really do! They can seriously make my day and let me know that you guys are having a great time.
It’s just that, for me at least, I feel like I don’t deserve to get donations. Like, do you people seriously like me and what I’m doing so much that you’re willing to, for lack of a better phrase, pay to see more?
Interpersonal relationships can sometimes be difficult to navigate. Especially when they’re with people you’ve never met, on the other side of the world, with totally different backgrounds and cultures and approaches to life.