Around this time last year, I shared some of my favorite YouTube channels.

Well, it’s time for an update! This past week, I shared an updated list of some of my favorite channels on the podcast (you can listen here) and I thought I would link them in this post as well so they are easy for you to check out.

Lately, I have been so inspired by the creative people on YouTube. I’ve stumbled across some amazing channels, which led me to other channels, and now I have some regular folks that I’m subscribing to that I think you also might enjoy.

Here are some of my current favorites:

  • Peruse Project. If you have not yet been introduced to the world of book vlogging, this channel is a great place to start. On her channel, Regan shares about her reading plans, book recommendations, and reading organization strategies. Some of her videos are also vlogs of a week of reading where she shares her thoughts on current books on her pile, her meals, and other details about her life. Since Regan loves fantasy and scifi, I’ve been opened up to a whole new genre of books to read, which has been a really fun exploration.
  • Good Eatings. I found this channel when a vegan cook that I follow mentioned it on Instagram. This is a beautiful collection of vegan recipes by Malin, who lives in Sweden. I love her approach to simple, but really flavorful food. I’ve already been inspired to incorporate some new ingredients and spices into some of the meals that I’ve been cooking lately.
  • Scandish Home. If you are looking for relaxing content, this is a great channel to check out. Noemi hosts this channel and includes videos of herself cleaning her minimalist home, preparing food, and DIY-ing various home projects. She also shares simple tips for how to emulate what she is doing in the videos, so that you can follow along with the recipes for food and natural cleaning products. There is a whole sub-genre of cleaning videos on YouTube (I also love the ones by Do It On A Dime) and I’m completely inspired by them.
  • Wild We Roam. This is a repeat channel that I mentioned last year, but that I’m keeping on this list because it is SO GOOD. If you are looking for content on adventuring and DIY-ing, this is a great channel to start with. Lou and Dana are world travelers who have outfitted a van for full-time living, renovated a sail boat, and started to homestead in Hawaii. I love how this couple lives out their values and takes us along with all of their adventures.
  • Sarah Therese. A final recommendation is this channel that also includes a lot of content on cleaning and de-cluttering. Sarah is a Canadian mom of four who shares vlogs of her daily life as a minimalist. My favorite videos are the ones that focus on decluttering because she offers great tips and advice for how to pair down a closet, kid’s toys, and other household products.

I think that YouTube is such a fun medium! These are just a small portion of the channels that I’ve stumbled upon that I find so inspiring and creative. And, of course, I’d love to hear if you have other channels that you would recommend that I follow as well.