Anything Goes with Emma Chamberlain

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By Melanie Love Salazar
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Last year, the love I hold for podcasts was rekindled after noticing how helpful they are, especially while in college.

Everyone knows school is stressful. Trying to juggle keeping up with assignments while also joining organizations, staying healthy and making friends can get overwhelming. I have found balance to be really important when it comes to situations like these. Your focus can only be on one subject for so long before it leaves you feeling burnt out.

The right podcasts can offer you a chunk of time to which you are not so consumed by your daily worries. Music can offer the same thing, but even then, most songs only last about three minutes which is barely a brain break.

I recently started listening to Emma Chamberlain’s podcast, “Anything Goes.”  Emma started off her career as a YouTuber, and although she still holds this occupation, she also owns her own coffee company.

Her podcast came up on my Spotify as a suggestion, and from the beginning of the episode, I knew I would be listening again. Emma is twenty years old, honest, and effortlessly funny. Her episodes vary from talking about embarrassing stories from her school days, her opinion on trends, and a lot of the time, just how she has been feeling lately.

She has a tendency to talk in a way that makes the listener feel like another one of her friends she sees on a daily. It is both a comforting and unique experience to hear from someone that society deems an “influencer” in such a personal way.

There is a clear difference in how much she chooses to share in her YouTube videos and podcasts. Her youtube videos usually stay around the ten to the fifteen-minute range, while her podcasts last about an hour. I think most YouTubers who extend their creativity to podcasting see their audience’s engagement as taking the extra step to get to know them more, and perhaps that is why they find it such a special platform.

Listening to her podcast while I am on a walk, in between classes, or making a grocery run can be incredibly helpful in giving my brain a break from all that it worries about. Her lighthearted stories, jokes, and rambles almost always make my day, and one upload a week rarely feels like enough.

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