My Favorite YouTubers You Should Follow In 2020

My Personal Favorite YouTubers You Should Follow In 2020

1. If you’re planning a wedding, follow Jamie Wolfer.

Jamie is a lovely human — and a talented coordinator. If you’re planning a wedding in 2020, then her videos are going to help you figure out how to plan the most beautiful ceremony and reception possible (on a budget!). She has videos about the most commonly forgotten wedding details, about how to build your wedding day timeline, and about little things your guests DGAF about. She even posts DIY videos and behind the scenes footage of weddings she has helped put together. The more of her videos you watch, the more prepared you’ll be for your own wedding!

2. If you’re trying to get traditionally published, follow Alexa Donne.

Alexa is the author of Brightly Burning, which she’s dubbed Jane Eyre in space, and The Stars We Steal, which is being released in February of the new year. If you’re hoping to make it in the industry, then her videos are going to help you along your writing journey. She provides tips on writing, editing, querying, and publishing as a whole. Some of her most popular videos talk about the bad fanfiction habits you need to break, the common mistakes new writers make, and how to tell whether you’re a good writer. If you’re interested in taking your writing to the next level in 2020, then she definitely deserves a follow.

3. If you want to laugh your ass off, follow Morgan Adams.

You shouldn’t underestimate the importance of videos that take your mind off your own life, even if it’s only for fifteen or twenty minutes. Sometimes, what you need more than anything is a good laugh, and Morgan has you covered. Not only is she hilarious, but she’s down to earth. She’s someone you could see yourself hanging out with in your real life, someone who would show you a good time, even when you’re in the worst mood. The next time you need to unwind, watch one of her videos to remind yourself what it feels like to laugh until your stomach aches.

4. If you want a hilarious podcast to listen to while driving to work or doing your makeup in the morning, follow This Might Get.

When you listen to Mamrie Hart and Grace Helbig talk about their lives, you’ll feel like you’re catching up with old friends. Every week, they talk about random bits of pop culture (like Baby Yoda), and details from their personal lives (like running 5ks, going to dog shows, and getting shitfaced). When your friends are away, and you’re feeling lonely, listening to this podcast is the perfect way to feel like you aren’t alone.

5. If you want to watch celebrity interviews with in-depth, well-researched questions, follow First We Feast.

You’ve probably heard of Hot Ones by now. It’s a show with hot questions and even hotter wings. Even though you might come to see whether your favorite celebrities can handle spicy hot sauce, you’re going to stay because Sean Evans is an intelligent, respectful, authentic interviewer who does in-depth research on each guest. He asks them thoughtful questions you wouldn’t expect to hear on any other television show, proving that the hot wings aren’t the only thing that makes this series unique. Thought Catalog Logo Mark

Holly is the author of Severe(d): A Creepy Poetry Collection.

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