I thought I share some of my favourite YouTube channels to watch for procrastination. This ranking is random and has nothing to do with preferences.
1. Exploring Alternatives
A very nice channel about alternative living produced by Mat and Danielle. Always a treat to watch. Unfortunately, a lot of the forms of alternative living presented on their channel are illegal in Europe or at least in densely populated parts of Europe like Germany and the UK.
2. Off Grid with Doug and Stacy
I just stumbled across their channel via Dirtpatcheaven and I fell in love instantly. I love that they include a lot of foraging and canning tips. We want to do a foraging course this summer with a colleague from work and are so excited – can’t wait.
And Dirtpatcheaven: https://www.youtube.com/user/dirtpatcheaven
3. Zero Waste Channels
Johnson and Singer – The queens of Zero-Waste! Unfortunately, neither one uploads a lot of new content but their old videos are worth watching. Girl Gone Green is an active Zero-Waste Youtuber and also worth checking out.
Lauren Singer’s Trash is for Tossers: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgjw6tZNyjR_8zIFDsIPpww
We are truely in love with Kelli & Daniel from Fitnessblender.com Unfortunately, I can be sooo lazy and my doggies lose it if I work out in their presence, so I can only work out in the evening. As I am still in hibernation mode – don’t ask me why we already have over 14 hours of daylight here in the south of Scotland – so my body still wants to go to bed at 5pm which is when my hubby returns and the only time I can work out without canine interruptions. Anyways, if you are interested in great workouts, food and health tips, check out their channel and webpage. I’ve never met people from the fitness industry that are so open-minded and free of prejudice. They want you to feel good, no matter what shape or form your body comes in.
Their website: fitnessblender.com
Do I have to say more? Watch a talk on whatever interests you and you will immediately feel more enlightened.
My favourite talk of 2017 (well, so far):