"I got so close to quitting... thank god I didn't"
Anastasia Kingsnorth has had huge success as a YouTuber. Scott Thomas uncovers the sacrifices she made to get to the top, and how this success didn’t come overnight.
Anastasia shares the bullying she faced at school for making videos and why she came very close to quitting. Now - she has 1.3 million subscribers.
Scott and Anastasia discuss the challenges of forming healthy relationships when social media is your job. Plus you’ll hear about her highs and lows, including the pressures that lead to her experiencing panic attacks.
Season 3 of Learning As I Go is supported by British Triathlon. Throughout this series, you’ll hear updates from Scott as he trains for his first triathlon in July. You can join Scott at the Sunderland triathlon by clicking here and using the code LEARNING25 at checkout for £25 pounds off.
CW: This episode contains references to suicide
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