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
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.)
5. Home Free
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?
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?