It's been a long time since I've been a new post. Life has been crazy, not just me, but for everyone. School has been getting tougher, which is to be expected, but that means I need to manage my time better. Anyways, I wanted to talk about the camera I got.
My dream of getting a camcorder has finally come true. Yesterday morning I went to best buy and got the canon camcorder. I do not recommend getting the Canon Vixia HF R800 if you are more of a professional producer. I am just starting out with youtube so this type of camcorder fits my requirements.
*Warning: This contains jokes about epilepsy. It's for amusement not to offend.
To all my epilepsy viewers out there. I know that epilepsy can be difficult, but being sour about it can make having friends difficult as well. I'm not saying to always be happy, but instead of preventing people from joking around, let them. Then inform the risks and struggles about epilepsy.
I'm just want to say that this post is inspired by Molly Burke. She is a youtuber as well as an activist, and a motivational speaker. Oh, did I also mention that she is blind? After watching her on Shane Dawson's channel I have been on her channel getting to know her. She is so caring an fun and has so much life to her.
Before Junior year of high school, the thought of spreading awareness about epilepsy did not even cross my mind. I was still young, and still young. The fact that I had never met anyone with epilepsy made me feel so alone. At that time I felt like the whole word was against me. The most frustrating part was having to explain my condition to everyone.
Lately, I've been trying to promote my blog so others will gain more knowledge about epilepsy. I'm proud to say that my 12 viewers has turned in 150 viewers. It doesn't seem like much, but I'm not exactly the most famous person out there. Knowing that at least some people are interested means the world to me and hopefully as time continues this small community will grow.
When someone is diagnosed with epilepsy they are given certain restrictions from their neurologist. On top of that they are told that they should try to remain calm at all times, because a lot of the time stress, anger, and even crying can trigger a seizure. Today I will give you five different ways to relax and hopefully relax you on those days when you feel like the whole world is against you.
*Before reading please be aware that these a tips to reduce your chances of having a seizure. Do not think of it as a miracle worker.
Wouldn't it be great if there was a television ad on how to reduce the chances of having a seizure? Well, your in luck! I am an advocate for epilepsy who struggles with this condition since I was in elementary school. Now that I am 19 I have been seizure free for over 6 years and although I still have epilepsy I am aware on how to help reduce the chances of having a seizure.
Please continue to read if you would like some tips that can reduce your chances of having a seizure:
Most people I know with epilepsy say that their relationships always fail when they mention to their partner that they do have epilepsy. Well, then they aren't the ones for you. They don't understand you and when you are going to love someone you should want them to have consideration of your health.
There is going to be a point in our lives when we feel that it is mandatory to have a job once you turn 16 or 17. Let me just tell you, if you have the opportunity to get an education and not have to work for it, take advantage of it. I'm one of the lucky ones. I don't need to work, but i do because I like the feeling of being independent and it's something to do.
About My Blog
I post daily about my life as well as tips on how to deal with epilepsy. I have a youtube channel where I will continue to spread awareness about epilepsy.