Starting My YouTube Channel for Endometriosis Awareness

Starting My YouTube Channel for Endometriosis Awareness

I was recently pleased to attend an amazing webinar by the incredible magistudios, that covered how to make your first YouTube video, and suddenly I found myself super inspired.

Normally this is the kind of thing I would talk about under my BE YOUR OWN BOSS blog, but this actually isn’t really about making money as much as it is about having fun and finding a way to heal spiritually.

Anyway, I’m finding more and more ways to get inspiration to take action – any sort of action – and keep pushing forward despite any pain.

I’m treating my condition as another challenge on the road of life, one that’s meant to be learned from.

It’s all a part of the game of life and sorting out what it’s going to take to be considered “well.”

Are any of us really well at all, anyway?

But I digress.

What I’m basically trying to spit out is that I’ve been inspired, and I will be starting my YouTube Channel for Jaime Talks.

Right now I’m mostly just practicing getting used to being in front of a live camera again – especially not looking as young and awesome as I used to.

It takes a lot of energy to make a video, too – so you may notice a drop in my blog writing as I find balance.

I’m watching a lot of other YouTubers for inspiration, and sort of finding where my passions lie – not there yet.

I know my purpose is endometriosis awareness – I want that to be a household name so young girls don’t have to go through what I went through.

But I’m finding that filming myself doing random things, sometimes mundane, sometimes silly, is actually quite therapeutic.

While I have a lot of content talking about endometriosis, it may take me a while to put that out there – who really wants to show their ugly cry anyway.

It’s going to take some strength, so in the meantime I’m just finding my stride.

Below is a short video I had a lot of fun making – it’s literally just me eating yogurt while quipping jokes (silently). It becomes super ridiculous, and I found it actually made ME smile to watch it.

Is that narcissistic?

I’d love it if you’d take a moment to watch it, and maybe comment on this post to tell me what are some of your favorite YouTube videos to watch or any ideas.

And if you’re super nice, do you think you could take a moment to subscribe to my YouTube channel?

I know I ask for a lot – but you all are so good to me!

If you are an Endometriosis Awareness blogger or vlogger, please feel free to share your link in the comments. I’d love to follow you back.

At some point I’ll get into sharing some of the editing tools I’m using, where I get my music from, my camera and mic details, and all that for the newbies.

I’ll probably do it on my other blog – so head over there and subscribe to my email if you want to learn how to start your own channel and make your first video.

I’ll give you my tips for free – but I’m no pro. If you really want to learn, and you’re in Wealthy Affiliate, just click to follow magistudios and check out what Jay’s doing. (If you’re not in WA – it’s free to sign up, so either way.)

COMMENTS BRING LUCK!!!!!


8 Replies on “Starting My YouTube Channel for Endometriosis Awareness

  1. You are a silly, silly, woman! Laughter is the best medicine for just about any illness, so yep, keep on being silly. Hey, if this Wealthy Affiliate thing doesn’t work out, you might have a future in food porn! Remember… avoid hickeys on your chin from overly amorous yogurt cups!

    1. LOL It’s true, laughter is such great medicine. Food porn, huh? I love that idea! Thanks for the advice, Laurie.

  2. Hi there Jamie,

    Bring your a bunch of luck with this comment, hopefully.

    I am glad I stumbled upon this post by means of social media. It is appreciated. I really enjoyed reading this post and actually found it a bit inspiring in terms of creating my very own youtube channel.

    Thanks for the inspiration.

    1. Hi, Derek. Comments are for your luck, too! Thanks so much for visting my blog and watching my video. I’m happy to have inspired you, today. 

  3. First of all, I would like to congratulate you on taking a new step and I hope that it will change a lot of things in your life in long term.

    Making videos is a pretty challenging process and it’s way harder than it looks. The editing process can be a reason to suicide, but video is a powerful tool and you may be verry happy once you get the grasp of things!!

    1. Thanks, Tyler. I know it will take some work to get a grasp on things, and I have to eventually look at getting some helpful software. But I’m having fun with the process, and that’s really all that matters to me. 

  4. Okay i did check out your post and video. I dont really know what your concept is, i do have a youtube channel myself. That video i thought was kind of weird and was not sure what the point of it was lol. So i am kind of lost about what your niche actually is for you videos and website lol.

    1. lol – I totally know what you mean. I’m definitely lost – but I’m also in the process of learning how to make these videos and publish them. I did mention that I want to promote endometriosis awareness, but I’m having trouble talking about it. Getting in front of the camera and being silly with it helps me confront putting myself out there. Anyway, thanks for your feedback. 

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