New Medium Article: It’s the Perfect Time for a 70/30 Sub Split on Twitch

Long story short: there's been...a lot to discuss around monetization on Twitch. With a recent "miscommunication" on sponsorship guidelines for creators (which was apparently meant for 3rd party advertisers looking to Twitch for ad space) and the whiplash coming from their correction coming just a few hours after the initial announcement, it's one too many straws on the camel's back for streamers who use Twitch as means for a career.

What I’ve Learned from 6 Years of Twitch Streaming

If you're a new Twitch streamer, or thinking about diving into it, my biggest advice to you is to love it. You have to love what you do with your channel, because if you don't, you won't find success the way you want to find it, regardless of what's happening on the screen.

It’s Time for some Spooky Charity!

even born, and stuffing my face with candy corn (I know, I'm polarizing). October is always one of my favorite months of the year, where I get to fully embrace how much I love all things spooky, which I already do throughout the year, but October just makes it so much more special. To make it even more exciting, I'll be closing spooky season out with a fright-filled, spooktacular weekend full of raising money for charity!

Lacking: Creative Blocks in Quarantine

When I talked about how I felt in the pandemic before, I brought up that concern regarding the lack of face-to-face interactions, and how that would be my biggest obstacle. I know how to keep myself busy at home, so I never worry about getting bored, but now the concern is the lack of novelty in any experience. Lack of inspiration.

Lack of creative fuel.