Beach Walk 42 – Vlogging Dangerously, Day 1

We are participating in Video Blogging Week 2006.

About Today’s Show:

We’ve been happily producing video shows 7 days a week for almost 7 weeks now (who cares really, I just like the sound of that math) however what’s cool is the theme: The Week of Vlogging Dangerously. The first dangerous thing I thought of was to go swimming, but I think I’ll take a pass on that. (E. coli counts have been 1000 times above healthy… eew, yucky, gross.)

Much of my life I have been what the pop psychologists call a “fear-based person.” Sooo, this week should produce huge gains in mental health for me so long as I really push it! Feel free to toss me some ideas. No promises but keep in mind, a scared-y-cat person like myself has a hard time even thinking of dangerous things. The #2 just doesn’t want to go there! Get some basics on what I refer to as the #1 and the #2, the different aspects of ourselves sometimes thought of as the adult and the inner child. My spin is quite differently actually, but that will unfold on many shows.

mahalo nui loa to guest (and secret) director, Lana. Please visit Lexi’s guest Brent at or his owner Chris’s great site, PetFlight.

Hawaiian words
Makaʻu loa: very afraid, dangerous

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  1. Loved Loved Loved today’s show! I may be a little biased, but it was great and doubly great to see the Sun out!

    Congratulations Rox and Lana and Mahalo Lana for doing such a great job and helping out! 🙂

  2. Here is a link to an old article about sunscreen. This info has been around for a long time, but is not making it out into the mainstream consciousness. I will continue my research!
    Think Sunscreen Protects Against Cancer? Think again.

  3. well put together. i’ll have to check out the info on sunscreen as well…i wouldn’t be surprised though…just another in a laundry list of this we don’t really “need” but are conditioning through fear otherwise. anyway i enjoyed the video.

  4. Yay for Videoblogging Week 2006! But if you’re a scared-y-cat, I don’t want to think what I might be. “Vlogging dangerously” is vlogging outside the comfort of your home, in my book!

  5. Vlogging outside is its own bag of beans to be sure.

    I think in truth I am actually quite a split personality. I have done multi-pitch rock climbing 500 feet off the ground. Scuba diving in Alaska in January. Competed in public-speaking contests in front of over a thousand people. And yet, I still get the quivers thinking I “need” permission to do all sorts of silly mundane things.

    I love all my internet soul mates who are braving the way for so much freedom of expression and action!