3rd of July 2016 Vlog update

Vlog 231 3rd of July 2016 Vlog update

Its been a week of self discovery for me, no doubt about that. There are all sorts of pans at the back of my head all the time, but this week I have found clarity and some of those plans seem much clearer than they have in a long time.

So I feel energised to work towards better things, which a big part of it is these vlogs. I do feel this has come across in this weeks vlogs and I hope you guys can see / feel it as well. So without any further delay, lets get into this weeks good stuff 🙂

This weeks song is up on my website and available to download from my Bandcamp page. You can read all about it here:

Begging you please

Last weekend all across the globe people celebrated Pride. To me equality is a such an important issue that there was no way I was going to miss the Dublin Pride. Check it out in the first vlog of the week:

Dublin Pride

It as been bit over a month now since I reached my first 1000 subscribers on my YouTube channel. I thought it was time to talk about what that milestone actually means in reality:

What happens when you reach 1000 subscribers?

In the Wednesday’s vlog I was working on this weeks song:

Coffee fuelled studio day

After a strange day, I talk about how important it is to have some simple pleasures in your life that cheer you up:

I just love this river

In Friday’s vlog I talk about this weeks song and the story behind it. I also admit to doing something stupid:

I did something stupid

And I wanted to finish the week by talking about something I am enjoying a lot at the moment, Instagram. I share with you some of my tips on how to build a successful following on this visual platform:

Instagram tips

So that wraps up another great week. As usual before I let you go just a bit of house keeping. If you enjoy what I do and want to support me, please consider supporting my Patreon campaign. Patron is a great platform that connects the makers of the art with their audience directly. And by supporting your favourite artists directly, you make sure the artist can keep on making art in the artists terms, not some rules set out by record label big shots, or book publishers to make the art bland enough to try to please every one, but in the end not really fulfilling anyone. If you want to be part of my support system, check out my pattern page HERE.

And once again, thank you very much for being part of my journey 🙂


The author J.P. Kallio is a Singer-songwriter and a daily vlogger
To get EIGHT of his songs for free go HERE


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