Now that we can see the light at the end of the tunnel [with the pandemic], I'm on campus next semester, and I'm definitely going to take advantage of real life again. Having to shift to the internet, you know, it's fun — obviously I love the internet — but I want to remind people to do things in real life, and hang out with their friends. I want to bring that energy back.
Words are so hard to get right, but if you get them right, there's nothing better — the funniest Tweet wins. You could be the smallest account ever, but if you have a good idea, you go to the top, and I really like that. If you’re trying to get a large following, [make sure] you’re doing it for the right reasons, and remember that no two success stories are exactly the same. In addition to that, an overnight success story is actually a five- to ten-year journey. You just don't see that five to ten years prior. You just see the glow up. Finally, be yourself, because if you do end up gaining a following, however big or small, you want to make sure you're doing it being somebody you are, not somebody that you aren't, because it'll end up being a better journey.