pro-tip if you wanna get into fancy editing: look at what others are doing, copy that. Sounds kinda backwards, but the thing is, if you try to reinvent the wheel, it's not gonna be as good. If you watch a lot of great editors' work and pick elements that you like in all of them and incorporate them in your work, you will have your unique spin on it. Unless you focus on just 1 or 2 editors, it's not gonna look like a copycat. And then eventually when you get better, the knowledge you will get will allow you to come up with your own new techniques that actually look good.
Shears-I disagree with others on this thread saying it's "overedited" - I think that's not the right word for it, I think what people are reacting to is that a lot of your editing choices hurt the video by confusing or jarring the viewer.
Also this ^. Overedited kinda implies you spent too much time editing it (while the opposite might be the case). You can have 50 effects in a single clip but if they're subtle and used right, nobody will bat an eye, but put 1 bad, over-the-top thing in and suddenly it's overedited. So the point is, when people say it's overedited, they're using the wrong word, but they're right that there's something wrong with the edit.