Monica Geuze feels free now that she no longer has to take her camera everywhere for her vlogs. “I only notice now that I feel liberated,” she said on the talk show Tuesday night. Genk.
“For more than eight years I’ve been constantly justifying myself to people who look at me,” said Josie. “In recent years, I’ve often remarked: I want to live more in the moment than to constantly report to viewers. But then I felt guilty again for not sharing things. Only now I see how nice it is to not share everything.”
The 27-year-old influencer thinks he’s ‘crazy’ NOS News Pay attention to the fact that she has stopped video blogging. “She filmed my life because it felt so normal, she doesn’t anymore. But is that newsworthy? I don’t think so.”
Geuze was disturbed by the many reactions she saw on the Internet. “The people who asked: Who is this trio? I also didn’t ask to be an item in the news.”
The former vlogger mentioned last week that it was no longer possible to “keep all balls open” and that she found it more difficult to share everything. Geuze said on her last blog that she had known for a long time that she was going to stop.
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