We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking iJustine Quotes. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
I hardly use a computer anymore because I have everything on my phone.
I like video games. I like tech. I like travel. I like my dog. I like food. I’m like, ‘That’s what I’m going to focus on.’
I don’t feel like I’ve ever fit into a specific mold ever since I was very young. That’s what so cool about YouTube is that you can do whatever you want.
I’m sitting there for hours editing the vids myself. But I have a PR company and a management company. I use some editors for some of the cooking videos because they can be so long.
For me, growing up coding and computers and video games wasn’t something that was cool, but it was something that I was always passionate about. I never let the fact that that wasn’t something that was cool take me away from it.
Always ask for advice. I email with a lot of girls that are like, ‘How do I do this, how do I do that.’ Stay up on what’s cool and what’s interesting.
The challenges of writing a book are very different from writing a blog or tweets. I’ve been writing a blog since I was in the 6th grade, so I had this style of writing that was definitely not proper for writing a book.
I’ve always loved technology. Growing up, I loved Nintendo and video games.
I love texting and DM’ing on Twitter. I will pretty much avoid talking on the phone at all costs.
I like to experiment with different things and find different uses for them. New things pop up every day – Snapchat, Vine, Parasail.
It’s daunting to go back through the past, to read tweets and come across Facebook profiles of people who have passed away. It stirs up memories you never actually shared online or never will share online. It was a very emotional process.
Nothing can really prepare you for live TV because you never know what’s going to happen. I think, for me, what really helps is I know what I’m looking for when I’m shooting things, so it definitely helps to have that eye and know what camera you’re looking at.
I originally studied graphic design and video production. I had wanted to be a programmer – I loved development and coding – but it turned out that I really enjoyed doing the frontend more than backend development.
Creative people feel huge ownership of our content; we want everything to be done ourselves. But in book writing, there’s a process: editors, PR people.
I think my online personality and my real life personality are very, very similar.
‘The Vampire Diaries’ is my favorite show, so being on it was cool. I really wanted to be on all of my favorite shows, so I was on ‘The Vampire Diaries’, ‘Law and Order’, and ‘House.’
I’m a big mobile fan, so I love seeing all of the latest technologies with phones.
I’m dating my iPhone.
Even though I do share a lot of stuff, it’s a very small portion of my life. And I think you just have to be careful because, anything that you post, it essentially is there forever. If it’s not something you don’t want everyone to see, don’t post it.
When I was really young, I was using VHS tapes to record.
No one even has to leave their computer to find cool and interesting people to hang out with. Everyone is online in some form.
If I post something, and my audience doesn’t really like it or if they have other suggestions on how to make it better, I can take that feedback and instantly apply it to the next video.
When I moved to L.A., I had nothing but a computer, a lighting set, and a suitcase.
I’ve always talked to people about my grandmother, who is really into technology and has been on Twitter since 2006. It’s unreal how tech-savvy she is.
We had just gotten the Internet; it was so slow, but I would view the source code, copying and pasting the HTML, trying to figure out how it all worked. I had no idea, but I wanted to teach myself.
I get e-mails daily from people asking me what major I chose in college, how I got started, what equipment I use, etc. Most of the e-mails are from young kids who are trying to figure out what they want to do when they grow up.
I love mobile gaming. I love being able to take everything with me. If I start a game on my Wii U, say, I want to be able to pick it up on my DS and take it with me when I’m traveling.
If there’s something that you’re passionate about, don’t let other people take that passion away from you. If they tell you it’s something you can’t do, most likely you can do it, so don’t give up.
I have a really terrible memory.
I’m in L.A., but I don’t do L.A. things except go to meetings.