097 | Arden Rose on YouTubing, Evolving, Self Confidence, and Finding Feminism - Katie Dalebout

097 | Arden Rose on YouTubing, Evolving, Self Confidence, and Finding Feminism


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Notes from the show:
-Arden’s YouTube | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram
-Arden’s Subscription Box
-Arden on the OMFG podcast
-Arden’s YouTube Recommendations: Will Darbyshire, Jenn ImEste Lalonde, Loey Lane, Rachel Whitehurst
TrollXChromosomes on Reddit
Myers Briggs System
Rachel Whitehurst — YouTuber
-Ret & Link — Ear Biscuts (YouTube podcast) 

18cce1a3-9cc8-4a73-8be9-28f840476a76Watching YouTubers is one of my favorite things to do for fun. It’s my favorite brand of reality TV. Every once in a while I find a new YouTube channel and get totally addicted to it. I binge watch all of their videos like a new Netflix series and can’t stop telling my friends they need to watch them too. That’s what happened with today’s guest Arden Rose. I heard her episode on the OMFG! Podcast, checked out her channel, and instantly knew I wanted to have her on the podcast // be her friend. She’s as smart as she is cool and as talented as she is stylish. After speaking with her for two hours (yep, it’s a long episode) I understand why she has over a million subscribers or as she calls them, ‘Rosebuds,’ she’s down-to-earth, kind, and bad-ass. In this episode we get into how she started her YouTube channel as a 14-year-old girl in Arkansas, how she handles being a ‘mom‘ to her millions of fans, her relationship tips, how she met her fellow YouTuber boyfriend, and how she developed her own self-awareness and feminism. It’s one of my favorite conversations that I’ve had in a while and I know you’ll love it too. Let us know what you think!