Vlog: My Biggest Fear

My First Vlog - My Biggest Fear

At the beginning of this year, I made the decision to start vlogging. I shared my goal of vlogging with my fellow NJ Digital Moms and to my delight, our Founder, Elizabeth Norton, and several of my NJDMoms (Amiyrah Martin, Desiree Allen, Sarah Walton to name a few) jumped on my wagon to encourage me to accomplish this goal. Elizabeth challenged us to do our vlog about our biggest fear, so here’s my vlog – be kind – it’s my first! Enjoy.


  • Bay @Queen Mother Blog

    Great job! Vlogs are intimidating but doesn’t it feel better to have one under your belt? I never thought I was afraid of clowns until I was in an elevator with Ronald McDonald 😉

    • Rita

      Yes, definitely feels good to have gotten this done. Hoping to do more the rest of the year. I don’t blame you for being afraid of Ronald McDonald… Lol I don’t think I would have liked it either. I always found him scary.

  • Debra Rutt (@TheHarriedMom)

    Good for you Rita – I thought it was great! You were very comfortable speaking to the audience! I’m afraid of bridges and tunnels (and I have to go over both everyday commuting to work!). I think my biggest label for myself is mom!

    • Rita

      Thanks Debra! It was really weird at first looking at the lens. Lol. So not used to being in front of the camera always behind. Wow. I’m not sure what I would do about bridges and tunnels…living in Jersey they’re everywhere right? You’re really brave to do it twice a day. And the label of mom is the best one to have!

  • Elizabeth

    Love this. You taught me something today! I am not going to think of labels on my own terms. And ps you are amazing because you amaze me weekly. Your talents and drive are inspiring.

    • Rita

      Yay! So glad you liked it! And got something from it. If not for you, it would never have gotten done. I’m always blown away by all that you do and accomplish Elizabeth. Your passion and ideas are absolutely amazing!

  • Karla T.

    I know exactly what you mean about labels. Its just easier for small minded people to know how to accept things outside of their confined boxes. One day they will grow up to expand their minds around bigger concepts.

    • Rita

      It’s often scary to hear how people label others just from looking at the surface. I know in my culture, a lot of elders do this. Sometimes it’s very innocent. My grandmother uses it as a way to identify people when she’s bringing them up in conversation (ie the one with the glasses, the skinny one, the long-haired one, etc) while other things it’s much more. Thanks for dropping in Karla!

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