Motts’s Fave Try Channel Videos

Motts generally prefers YouTube to movies or tv shows. The Try Channel is one of her favourites. I thought it would be fun to make a list of her favourite videos of theirs.

In no particular order…

All of the videos featuring durian.

Strongest Alcohol

The Toe of Satan Video

Easter Eggs

Absinthe

Drunk Lego

Fiery 5 Challenge

Drunk Battleship

One Chip Channel

Death Nut Challenge (honestly, all of the heat challenges are hilarious)

Drifting Off to Sleep

I watch a lot of Youtube. I’ve shared a number of posts with favourite channels of all sorts. I thought I’d share a few specific ASMR videos that I use to help me relax in the evenings if I’m particular stressed or dealing with anxiety.

The first is from TingTing, who is one of my favourite ASMR channels. I’m subscribed to her channel. This is one of my fave videos of hers.

WhispersRed is another favourite of mine. Of all her videos, I think this is the one I watch the most.

The third channel I watch frequently is Gentle Whispering ASMR. I love her cooking videos especially. This one from autumn this year is a new favourite. I’ve watched it quite a few times already.

What helps you breathe?

Given the way this year has gone, I’ve struggled to find things to help me relax. In the past few months, I’ve found a section of YouTube that fits the bill. It’s basically a kind of ASMR, I think. Japanese day in the life vloggers.

I don’t know if it’s the beautiful visuals, the calm music, or the content itself. But I find them the perfect way to relieve stress.

Here’s five of my favourites.

Rhea Y. – https://youtu.be/ONejiV8Ekgk

Nami – https://youtu.be/H9TT2m1WIIA

N Rizki – https://youtu.be/QucQXd40xkw

Miku – https://youtu.be/As-kOAizSos

Lou C. – https://youtu.be/Ptr3zPsmx90

What am I watching?

on YouTube that is.

As part of my morning routine during the week, I have breakfast and coffee at my desk while catching up on the YouTube channels that I’m subscribed to. I thought I’d share the ten of the ones I’m checking out at the moment.

In no particular order, of course.

1. Life in the Cottage

2. Lollipop Box Club

3. A Beautiful Fable (She actually has three channels.)

4. Pentatonix

5. Home Free

6. TedTalks

7. Big Gay Fiction Podcast

8. The Paper Letter Blog

9. Neurodivergent Rebel

10. Chloe’s Thoughts

There’s more of course. I follow quite a few autistic, planner, and/or video game vloggers as well.

Are you subscribed to any YouTube channels?

Five Things about Music

I’d planned a mildly more serious post for today, but decided it was too much of a Monday for it.  So instead, I’m going to share five of my favourite musical Youtube subscriptions.

No. 1: The Piano Guys.

No. 2: Peter Hollens

No. 3: Pentatonix

No. 4: Cimorelli

No. 5: L.E.J.

What are your favourite music groups?  Any non-traditional ones?