Brittney Brombacher

is creating Video game shenanigans

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Hey friends!

If you’re reading this, chances are you already know a bit about me. You’ve probably heard my story of working 40 hours a week at a dead-end government agency with people I couldn’t relate to, at a job I couldn't care less about, all while creating and maintaining my video game blog, BlondeNerd.com. And how I ultimately took a scary (yet necessary) leap of faith into the unknown. You can read the story here, but in a nutshell I woke up one day and decided that I was going to quit my job – without much of a gameplan or thought of consequence. (I told you it was scary! Maybe a bit stupid.)

That was a little over three years ago. Since then I’ve mustered up a small social media marketing gig, which I’m grateful for as it pays the bills.

Speaking of bills, I think it’s a common misconception that I’m a “paid” member of this industry; that I’m frequently compensated travel to cover conventions, that my time is compensated when I produce content, that I make a TON of $$$ from the crazy YouTube videos I put out. To this I laugh and say, “I WISH!”

I don’t make any money from BlondeNerd.com.

But that’s never stopped me, nor will it ever, from spending my time producing content and being involved in this weird, wacky and beautiful industry. I love what I do. Spending my time writing content, creating videos, covering conventions, running giveaways and interacting with you guys and gals are truly the highlights of my day.

So, why run a Patreon?

First, let me say I'm thankful for the success I’ve experienced with BlondeNerd.com and the opportunities it has granted me, all thanks to you, my friends. However, the more I become involved in the industry the more costly it becomes. Patreon is a way for you to support my crazy adventures.

I'm not offering reward tiers because, well, I've found that I'm oftentimes running around like a cucco with its head cut off, and thus I don't want to make promises I can't keep.

akfdjflakjdsf. Thank you SO much for everything, friends. YOU ROCK MY SOCKS.

<3
Britt


Hey friends!

If you’re reading this, chances are you already know a bit about me. You’ve probably heard my story of working 40 hours a week at a dead-end government agency with people I couldn’t relate to, at a job I couldn't care less about, all while creating and maintaining my video game blog, BlondeNerd.com. And how I ultimately took a scary (yet necessary) leap of faith into the unknown. You can read the story here, but in a nutshell I woke up one day and decided that I was going to quit my job – without much of a gameplan or thought of consequence. (I told you it was scary! Maybe a bit stupid.)

That was a little over three years ago. Since then I’ve mustered up a small social media marketing gig, which I’m grateful for as it pays the bills.

Speaking of bills, I think it’s a common misconception that I’m a “paid” member of this industry; that I’m frequently compensated travel to cover conventions, that my time is compensated when I produce content, that I make a TON of $$$ from the crazy YouTube videos I put out. To this I laugh and say, “I WISH!”

I don’t make any money from BlondeNerd.com.

But that’s never stopped me, nor will it ever, from spending my time producing content and being involved in this weird, wacky and beautiful industry. I love what I do. Spending my time writing content, creating videos, covering conventions, running giveaways and interacting with you guys and gals are truly the highlights of my day.

So, why run a Patreon?

First, let me say I'm thankful for the success I’ve experienced with BlondeNerd.com and the opportunities it has granted me, all thanks to you, my friends. However, the more I become involved in the industry the more costly it becomes. Patreon is a way for you to support my crazy adventures.

I'm not offering reward tiers because, well, I've found that I'm oftentimes running around like a cucco with its head cut off, and thus I don't want to make promises I can't keep.

akfdjflakjdsf. Thank you SO much for everything, friends. YOU ROCK MY SOCKS.

<3
Britt

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