Marzia announced that she was quitting the platform after seven years of regular content creation in October 2018, and has been absent ever since - until now.
The YouTuber-turned-entrepreneur admitted that she’d missed her time on the site, particularly being able to talk about “anything she wanted” in the unique way that YouTube allowed.
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"I feel good,” she began. “The first two months after I quit, I really missed it a lot - making videos, editing, but also sharing things.”
However, Marzia also noted that being free of the platform allowed her to focus on her current work, which includes creating products for her online store, ‘Mai.’
“At the same time, it has given me what I wanted, which was the time to focus on something else, so it’s good to have that,” she continued.
The two filmed the video in Marzia’s ‘clay room,’ where she makes handmade pottery, jewelry, and decor for Mai.
Marzia has long been an entrepreneur, having created multiple fashion lines and even beauty boxes in the past - as well as an animated series based on her pugs, Maya and Edgar.
While she admitted to feeling like a “fraud” in her goodbye video, it appears that Marzia has finally “found her own path,” as she wanted - all ahead of her upcoming wedding with PewDiePie, which is being kept strictly under wraps for the time being.
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