We all know that we, as the younger generation, are constantly on our phones. Half of the time is most likely spent on Snapchat. If you're not snapping someone, you're watching other people's stories or various videos from the subscription pages. Here are some of the pages that I subscribe to and highly recommend:

1. Phone Swap

This is an interesting dating show where the couple swap cell phones during their first date. They each have complete freedom to scroll through whatever they choose: photos, notes, social media, and dating apps. Afterward, they decide whether or not there will be a second date. It's awkward when one person is super excited to see them again and the other person completely blows them off. Would you be able to go through with it? It makes you think about what you're hiding on your phone...

2. "Stay Tuned"

I don't really watch the news so this subscription gives me a little insight into what is going on in the world. It's not always extreme news; it can be trending stories which makes it more relatable.

3. "Solve"

Try to use your detective skills to solve a murder after looking into four suspects and being given multiple hints. You get to guess who the killer is and although you're not always right, it's a fun way to pass the time. It teaches you how important attention to detail is because it's often the little things that incriminate someone.

4. "Riddle Me This"

Another way to use your detective skills. There's usually an overarching question involved with the riddles that need to be solved. If you can correctly solve the riddles, you can solve the question. Again, attention to detail is important in choosing the correct answers. Some riddles are harder than others but all in all, they're pretty fascinating

5. "Museum of Human History"

This is a strange one. An alien professor teaches four alien children lessons on each episode about events and topics that have happened in human history. They're not at all accurate but they sure are funny. They give a peculiar perspective.

6. "Oddly Satisfying"

Videos to give you at least one satisfying moment each day. Once you watch it, you start to notice all the little things that satisfy you in your life. It's a nice way to be positive.

7. "In 3 Minutes"

Three minutes to explain various shows, movies, or video games in the simplest terms possible. It's fascinating how simple they actually are and some of the descriptions are hilarious.

8. "Buzzfeed"

A very relatable website that focuses on tweets, texts, and other messages that might give someone a good laugh. It also provides lists of things that you can score and share with friends to compare what you got.