I’ve got another post coming up today but I just had to share this here too.
“My Drunk Kitchen,” took over my heart as soon as I pressed play. And then it started taking over YouTube, which is great news for everybody!
Hannah’s show concept is simple, fun, and true to who she is and what she likes. She’s doing a project that makes her happy with or without the level of success that she’s seeing, and that’s what I love to see in someone’s work. It makes what she’s doing authentic and honest, so I couldn’t be more stoked that she’s decided to take her show on the road.
I watched her video yesterday announcing the indiegogo page to raise funds for the tour and she released the above video just one day later. Someone must have been cutting some onions in the kitchen or something because I have no idea how my desk got so wet.
Aren’t we living in an amazing world? It gives me a ton of hope to see creative people doing what makes them happy and finding ways to make their dreams come true via the power of the internet & YouTube.
Are you working on any projects, shows, books, or anything? Engaging your right brain in any new, exciting way? Have you dreamed of a future where your side project becomes your full time job? It seems to me like this goal has never been more achievable with all this technology that surrounds us. Sometimes I grumble on how plugged in we all are, but there’s nothing I love more than a good bright side.