Lana takes a break from the cameras and speaks freely on anything that comes to her mind. Similar to the Lana Blakely YouTube channel, she continues to openly reflect on some of the many thoughts and feelings that are common to the human experience. New episodes every Tuesday.
5. How can we identify a bad friend?
"What makes a good friend?" is something we've all thought about at some point. Initially, the answer to that question seems rather straightforward. But is it really that simple? In today's episode, Lana covers some of the "red flags" as well as some "green flags" that may be good to keep an eye on.
4. Are online creators being authentic?
How often do we ask ourselves if we feel aligned with our values and aspirations? How does pressure affect creatives? Should we share our work even when we're not completely pleased with it? Does success kill creativity? Are online creators being authentic? Those are some of the questions that Lana ponder on in this week's episode.
3. Do good things lie on the other side of fear?
What happens when we let go of fear? Do we sometimes use fear as a tool for procrastination? How can we become comfortable with the uncomfortable? This week, Lana talks about some of her own experiences with overcoming fear and the impact it's had on her life.
2. Should intimate moments be shared online?
Why do some people prefer extravagant weddings, while others prefer more intimate ones? Why do we like expensive things? What is FOMO? And speaking of intimacy, are we over-sharing our intimate moments on social media? In this weeks episode, Lana reflects on a variety of subjects that she doesn't have fully formed opinions on yet.
Personal Enjoyment vs. Personal Gain
How often do we do the things we do because we purely enjoy it, and how often do we do the things we do because we're hoping to gain something from it? In this episode, Lana reflects on why it's sometimes difficult to sort out our intention for doing things, especially as a social media creator where opportunities to utilise situations for content creation lie in every corner.