Emma Chamberlain Quotes.
I learned from making random little personal projects, like school projects or little GoPro montages with music. Then once I made my channel, I really improved just by making video after video.
Relationships with people in general, in no matter what capacity, are something that’s very emotional. They mean a lot to you. I think having eyes on that in a critical way can be really tough.
Honestly, I was posting videos just to have something to do.
When I was younger I had a gut feeling that I was going to use my personality in some way, but I didn’t know how. But I always had an outgoing personality. That was the one thing that I was known for.
I’ve dealt with a lot of people with bad intentions. Just because somebody has a following does not mean that they are a good person or a good friend.
I’ve always been the one who struggled financially, so now it’s so cool that I can make my own money and do whatever I want with it.
I’ve cried multiple times after posting a video. So much work goes into each video that I don’t know how I’m still alive.
If somebody has a bad reputation on the internet or if they have a really good reputation on the internet, I don’t care. I want to meet said person and make up my mind for myself, and then go from there.
I literally started from zero; I had zero subscribers. I remember my first subscriber – I was so excited, and then I looked, and it was my dad.
I would hope that young girls could relate to me and see that the lives of people on the internet are not as perfect as they seem.
It messed with my head a little bit when people started to imitate what I was doing.
There were times when we couldn’t even go to the movies, when I was a kid, because there wasn’t enough money.
I would sit in class, and I would just cry. Like I don’t even know why. It wasn’t my school’s fault. It wasn’t anyone’s fault. I just didn’t like the environment. I totally had too much on my plate. At this point I wasn’t even doing YouTube yet, mind you.
I ran out of any type of persona. I just had to be me.
I wasn’t really big enough when I was filming at school for it to affect anyone too much, but I think my friends that were consistently in my videos during that time definitely got attention that they weren’t anticipating. I’m not quite sure how they felt about it to be honest.
There’s nothing anybody who watches my videos doesn’t know about me, unless it’s something genuinely sacred and private to me.
Let’s say another YouTuber rates my outfit from Coachella, right? They are completely entitled to their opinion, and I actually really loved my Coachella outfit. If they say, ‘This is ugly,’ and even if I don’t think it’s true, it’s a mood killer.
For me, because I’ve been such a YouTube lover since day one, I want to continue doing YouTube but also branch out and do other things simultaneously.
I grew up watching YouTube and it was tough feeling like everyone I watched had a perfect life. I couldn’t help but feel that my life sucked when I watched their videos.
When something’s really significant, whether it’s good, bad, ugly, I like being able to look back at a moment in time that was high-emotion. Whenever I’m crying I like, weirdly, to document it.