Wellness and lifestyle have become a huge trend in the last few years, and with that, a new type of YouTuber has emerged. Here are the 4 wellness and lifestyle YouTubers you need to start watching:
1. Rowena Tsai
She shares lots of practical and helpful self-improvement advice, but she does not claim to be perfect herself.
Rowena is very honest about her own imperfections and aspects of her life that she wants to improve which she shares in her videos in an incredibly endearing and entertaining way.
2. Lucy Wyndham-Read
Lucy is a personal trainer with a difference. She has over 25 years of experience as a trainer and this really shows in her videos.
She creates very easy to follow, effective workout videos that usually require no special equipment, although sometimes a chair or a wall might be needed.
Throughout all of her videos, Lucy talks about how fitness is not only good for your body but also your mind, actively reminding her viewers that it's not all about the numbers and fitting into a small dress but about how you feel.
Her workouts are tough but also very fun. As someone who doesn't love working out, I always look forward to doing her workouts and my fitness level has definitely improved since finding her YouTube Channel.
3. Michelle B
Michelle is an Australian YouTuber whose channel is all about intentional living and how to live a happy and fulfilled life.
Her videos are always very informative and well laid out, so you're almost guaranteed to learn at least one new helpful tip from her videos.
Michelle makes great videos about how to break bad habits and start good habits.
Lavendaire makes videos on a variety of different lifestyle and wellness topics ranging from skincare, journaling, insecurity and routines.
Like all of these YouTubers, her videos are always very aesthetically pleasing and full of lots of helpful tips.
She's very relatable and I always find her videos so calming to watch if I'm feeling a little stressed or anxious.
Have you watched any of these YouTubers? If not, who are your favourites?