Here we are at month nine of the pandemic and I’m sure you’ve likely watched most of the videos on your YouTube subscription list. Since we are heading into the winter months, I thought it would be the perfect time to share 10 YouTube channels to binge watch. This list is a good mix of lifestyle, travel, DIY, foodies, and daily vlogs. A little something for everyone!
Be sure to check out the playlists on these channels to make your binge watch session even more convenient!
10 YouTube Channels to Binge Watch
You can find hours of content to watch with her “What I Eat in a Week” videos. I love her calm and kind spirit. She is from the Gold Coast of Australia and is a dedicated vegan food blogger. Even if you aren’t vegan, you will love her videos that are full of positive energy that is sure to lift your spirits.
Looking for some creative and budget friendly inspiration to spice up your home? Look no further than Lone Fox based out of California. Drew Scott puts a stylish modern touch to his designs and I absolutely love his renter friendly videos. You won’t run out of creative videos to watch on his channel anytime soon.
This baker is one of my absolute favorite YouTube channels to watch. John Kannell is originally from California but now lives with his partner and two adorable kiddos on a farm in New England. He has such a sweet personality which his brings to every one of his videos. He breaks recipes down so they are simple for even the most novice of bakers. The pandemic definitely has brought out my inner baker so I could binge watch his YouTube channel for hours. Hope you will find it entertaining as well!
Another YouTuber that is full of positive energy is London based vlogger and author Rachel Ama. She shares her favorite natural skincare and beauty products in addition to hours of videos regarding her many healthy vegan recipes. She even has written her very own vegan cookbook. Note that even if you aren’t vegan, you can always adapt the recipes to your dietary preferences.
I’ve been watching Sarah’s Day for years. Sarah or Sezzy is based in Sydney, Australia. She originally started her YouTube channel to document her skincare journey. Since then, she has grown her channel to include weekly vlogs covering her family life, dedication to fitness, healthy recipes, and currently house renovations. She has hours of content on her channel so be sure to check it out. Plus she is very active on instagram if you like daily mini updates.
Tara is one of my favorite Canadian vloggers. She has two channels. On her main channel, she is currently doing vlogmas. She is still deciding whether or not she wants to merge the main channel with her vlog channel so I’d suggest subscribing to both for now. She is currently based in Toronto but also lives in LA. Either way you will find a plethora of daily vlogs to entertain you.
The Sorry Girls:
This fantastic DIY channel is run by Canadian based DIY entrepreneurs Becky Wright and Kelsey MacDonald. Their channel shows their dedication to all things DIY, sustainability, and interior design. Some of my personal favorites from their channel are their Loft Vibes series where they makeover their entire business space.
Tiffanie Davis is an expat from NYC that relocated to Paris for her MBA. She has hours of videos documenting her experiences living abroad. Also, Tiffanie has a unique point of view of the pandemic considering she is still overseas throughout COVID-19. She has fantastic energy and a positive outlook that will keep you coming back to her videos time and time again.
아내의 식탁 Wife’s Cuisine:
Just because you may not understand the Korean language doesn’t mean you can’t learn how to cook Korean food in a relaxing way. Wife’s Cuisine is one of those relaxing channels that doesn’t utilize speech throughout each video. Instead, there are relaxing natural sounds and Korean to English subtitles. It reminds me of ASMR and it is super relaxing and aesthetically pleasing to watch. Highly recommend.
This is probably my favorite channel on YouTube. They deserve so many more subscribers. This family of four decided to ditch their traditional 9-5 lifestyle in the US in favor of a life of non-stop travel. I highly recommend that you binge watch their Camino De Santiago hiking playlist. They also travelled to every single country in Europe with their RV named Lemonade. Since their trips to Asia got interrupted by COVID-19, they are now learning to sail in the South of France as they purchased their own Catamaran to live on full-time. Be sure to check them out, you won’t be disappointed!
If you like music, my boyfriend actually posts weekly piano covers on his YouTube channel! He covers a large variety of songs, so feel free to pop a request in the channel comments.
What is your favorite YouTube channel to binge watch?
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