On How the YouTube Industry Is Changing in Australia . . .
"I think I got into it at the right time. A lot of people want to start a YouTube channel now, but it's somewhat over-saturated. There are so many people doing it and trying to do it. I feel lucky that I started so many years ago when it wasn't really the way it is now. It's so different from when I first started. I didn't even know a job could be made from it."
On the Responsibility of Having a Large Following . . .
"It's interesting. With what I do at the end of the day it doesn't matter how much the numbers on the screen go up, I'm still sitting in my room. So you could have one hundred thousand followers or a million followers, but you don't feel any different, because at the end of the day, you're just doing the same thing — sitting in your house making videos. Of course, some people could go "I've got a million followers" and let it go to their head, but for me . . . I don't feel any different. Every time I get another hundred thousand followers I feel excited about that, but it still feels that same because you're not physically seeing those people — you're not seeing those one million people. It's when you have a meet and greet, you're like, "Wow, there are so many people who know me."
On the Misconceptions of YouTube as a Career . . .
"There are still so many people that don't understand, but it's more so the older generations that don't quite get it. The younger generations totally get it now. They know YouTubing and vlogging is a thing. But people like my mum are still a bit behind. I know she knows. . . but she's like, "Brittney makes videos." They don't understand the extent of it."