These are top YouTube vlogs to watch while social distancing.
Right now when everyone is home, it can get quite boring and if you’re usually at work you’re probably wondering what do people watch? Well, that’s why we are here to help you figure out what happens on this other side of town where social media is literally our every day lives. These vlogs are super engaging and fun to watch, they are all professional vloggers who have worked on their content over time and have gained a worldwide audience.
Check them out:
Casey Neistat is a famously likeable vlogger, YouTuber, and entrepreneur, with a dedicated fan base around the world. His vast YouTube following comes largely thanks to his candid vlog, focusing on the interesting parts of Casey’s adventurous and ambitious life. With experience in the Hollywood industry, this is an impressively professional vlog.
Nuseir Yassin is an Israeli-Palestinian Harvard graduate who quit his high paying job to travel the world. From those travels came his video series Nas Daily. A new vlog is published (to Facebook, not YouTube) every day without fail, with each usually lasting precisely one minute. The videos often share stories about the people and places Yassin meets and visits on his travels. He also gives his take on what it’s like to create daily videos while building a company.
Tanya Burr is a lifestyle vlogger, posting regular videos about fashion, food, beauty, books she’s reading, and anything in between. Since starting her online journey in 2009, Burr’s blog and YouTube channel have morphed into a successful business, with millions of fans clawing for more.
Roman Atwood has been making and publishing pranks on YouTube since 2010, and has been vlogging since 2013. These family-friendly, genuinely fun videos share the highs and lows of Atwood’s life as a father and partner. Infinitely positive and likable, it’s no wonder this is one of the most beloved channels on YouTube.
YouTube success came as a surprise to Jenna Mourey (aka Jenna Marbles). Her weekly videos generally cover pretty mundane topics, like shaving her boyfriend’s face or what girls do in the car. But somehow, she manages to make these topics entertaining and funny enough for her to have amassed over 2 billion views!
JacksGap is “a storytelling project inspired by travel”, that’s attracted over 4 million subscribers. At first, this was simply a way for Jack to document his gap year, but the channel grew bigger than he ever could have imagined. Many of the videos follow Jack and his friends on wild adventures around the world, many of which raise money for charity. Others focus on more thoughtful topics, such as the above video on climate change.
John and Hank are the stars behind VlogBrothers, and they’re both hoping to “raise nerdy to the power of awesome.” This is a channel where two grown men are able to completely geek out, educate, and entertain. Their unstoppable curiosity leads the brothers to create videos covering topics from death and earthquakes, to politics and travel.