Videos on WhatImDoingRightNow have been running
a little very behind schedule, and have yet to even get into April, here are a few other people participating in VEDA (Vlog Every Day in April) that I’ve been enjoying this year:
Claire Grosvenor: My girlfriend, Claire, reluctantly agreed to participate in VEDA this year, mostly at the insistence of my editor, Logan. April first was the first time she had ever uploaded a video to YouTube, and, maybe I’m biased, but I think she’s doing a fantastic job.
Rachel, AKA WingedShoes7: Rachel is enthusiastic, quirky, and obsessed with puns. If it gives you any indication of what to expect, her first VEDA video this year was called “Butt Peaches”.
Logan George: You might recognize Logan (AKA Howard Logan George IV; yes, that’s his real name) as the editor of my daily vlogs on WhatImDoingRightNow. For VEDA, he decided to take a stab daily videos of his own. I very much enjoy his aesthetic.
Matthew Gaydos: Need more Matthew Gaydos? Look no further than his very own channel! Matt’s been participating in VEDA for the last few years, and never disappoints. Sometimes he talks about his day, sometimes he takes on viewer-suggested topics, and sometimes I just gaze longingly into his beard.
The Lonely Director: Nick is the director of Crash Course and owner of an adorable corgi named Abby. Drawing on his experience as a filmmaker and university professor, his VEDA videos delve into the world of writing/directing/producing/etc. and showcase what it’s like to work on big projects like Crash Course.
Jessi Knudsen Castañeda: You may know Jessi from her appearances on SciShow, or as the host of SciShow Kids and Animal Wonders, but VEDA is her first foray into putting her own personal content up on YouTube. She’s got adorable kids, and tons of animals all over the place. It’s a fascinating look into her daily life.
Gavi Lazan: Those who watch my daily vlogs will probably recognize Gavi’s name from the comments section. He has dubbed his videos this month VMOTDIA (Vlog Most of the Days in April), and they are among the more interesting videos I’ve been watching so far this month, if only due to my ignorance of Jewish culture. Gavi lives in Israel, and, as an American, it’s fascinating to see daily life from a point of view that has never before intersected with my own.
Steve Clark: Steve claims to be the world’s 414th oldest Nerdfighter, though I question the accuracy of his calculations. He’s very active in the YouTube community, and his passion for life, love, and knowledge is undeniable. He shares his enthusiasm for YouTube (and Minecraft) with his daughters, and he always has something interesting to say.
I hope you give these guys a look-see. And if you enjoy their content, don’t forget that, as a content creator, receiving comments/thumbs up/subscriptions is like an actor or musician receiving applause after a performance. I’m sure they’d all love it if you at least dropped them a comment or two!