A Life Update (YouTube, Podcast, more)

HELLO! Wow, it’s been quite awhile since I’ve last shared a post on this blog…and I can’t deny, I’ve been missing it! Since my last post in February, there has been a lot of random life events, projects, traveling, and more, so I want to make this post personal and share all the new opportunities that I’ve had in these past two months.

In early March, I started my YouTube channel simply as a fun and creative outlet to share snippets of my life, particularly the behind the scenes of my daily hustle as a full-time college student, business owner, and more. My main focus here is vlog content only, since I find myself most aligned with the vlogging style of video sharing and with my silly personality, it goes hand in hand 😉

Throughout the month of March, it was the typical hustle and grind, and was also a great month for me in business, as it was the beginning of Spring skating competitions. I reminisce about the days when I was preparing for late Spring and Summer competitions back when I was training full-time in high school, so it’s definitely a nice feeling to still be very involved in the sport of figure skating, as a dress designer and coach.

While I didn’t do anything adventurous during my actual spring break (instead, I was just being productive with my internship and work lol), I saved up my energy for Miami Music Week 2019, which was the week after my spring break! I went to Miami with my friend Siena Mirabella, who is also my co-host on my podcast, Young & Ambitious–which I’m about to talk about next 😉 I shared a little montage video of our incredible trip here on my channel!

Fast forward to the beginning of April, Siena and I returned from Miami and we got straight to work with finalizing our podcast, which released just a few days ago on April 16th! It is available on both iTunes and Spotify, so be sure to check it out if you’re interested in hearing about lifestyle, wellness, and business tips for the young millennial generation. Click here to check out our podcast on iTunes! 🙂

Overall, it’s been a lot of creative work and hustle these past two months, along with juggling school and my three other part-time jobs AND just keeping up with my friends!

I’ll be graduating in merely four weeks and to be quite frank, I feel very neutral, but excited about it right now. In the end, I believe there is always something to look forward to, as long as you create your own opportunities.



Emily Duong

Born and raised in a small town in Pennsylvania, but currently residing in Orange County, California. Emily Elizabeth is an entrepreneur, athlete, and lifestyle blogger sharing her everyday lifestyle and healthy mindset.



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