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5 Youtubers That Will Help Improve Your Daily College Life

These ladies will inspire you to be motivated and make positive lifestyle change.

5 Youtubers That Will Help Improve Your Daily College Life

When I wake up feeling unmotivated and stuck in old habits that hold me back from my potential to work hard, achieve my daily goals, and feel productive, I watch these YouTubers for some inspiration. They have a way of making the most complex inner mechanisms of laziness and habitual addictions disappear with easy steps to break away from those debilitating forces in our brains. So when you are lying in bed and don't want to walk to class, or don't want to do your homework, or even can't get yourself to do your laundry, try watching these YouTuber's videos to find some inner drive.

Muchelle B.

Muchelle B is a YouTuber whose content focuses on self-discovery, minimalism, how to "reset" your life, and other topics such as breaking daily habits. When I need a good kick in the butt to get my life together, I love watching her videos because she doesn't sugar coat her content. She gives a healthy dose of tough love with her "it's easier than you think" mentality. With a mixture of her own knowledge and author's who primarily write for the purpose of self-help knowledge, she efficiently and effectively breaks down ways for us viewers to live our lives more efficiently and intentionally. By the end of watching her videos, you are going to realize that by making intentional small choices daily, you are capable of seriously improving your life.

Carrie Rad

Carrie Rad is a YouTuber who focuses mostly on self-love, finding contentment in your current life, life-improving changes, and other topics like ways to implement self-care into your daily routine. Carrie Rad is a strong independent woman who uses her life experience to lovingly relay her tips, tricks, and overall advice. One of my favorite features of her content is the multiple series that she does called, the Self Care Summer series, the Love Your Life series, the Self Love Sunday series (my personal favorite), and more! When I am feeling a bit more on the emotionally tender side, I love listening to Carrie Rad's videos because the way she treats you is almost like a loving older sister. Carrie has a very reflective personality, so she is very skilled at presenting her advice with an understanding tone.

Nikki Phillippi

Nikki Phillippi is a darling, spunky YouTuber whose content mainly focuses on lifestyle, food, and chitchats to bring new routines, recipes, and wisdom to your life! She is full of energy, so she is a great person to watch when you need a little pep in your step! I personally love watching her videos when I need a gal pal to listen to when I am getting ready in the morning, when I need to make a healthy, homemade alternative for a favorite snack, or when I need some inspiration for improving some daily routines! This might be the perfect channel for a college student who has access to a kitchen and space for plants because once you start watching her videos, you'll be inspired to make some healthy homemade treats, and raise some bountiful plants!

Margot Lee

Margot Lee is a Youtuber that has a great series on her channel dedicated to college tips, vlogs, and routines. I watch these videos whenever I have a particular issue, question, or just need inspiration when it comes to college life. She has a very laid back, college student vibe in her videos which I like because it makes her more relatable to myself. I suggest watching her videos to gain some knowledge from a person who is living similarly to us as a college student, and to get her take on what living her day-to-day life in college is like!

Adrienne Hill

Adrienne Hill's channel is a very school oriented channel that offers so many wonderful things for college students! Her college videos range from her day in the life to 50-minute long study sessions. All of these college videos are designed to help you improve study habits, do better in your classes, and make productive strides in becoming the student you want to be. She has a super friendly, encouraging personality that carries her messages of encouragement in a very perceptive way for college students who might find themselves feeling motivationally defeated in their studies. She is a great resource for when you need a study buddy in the library, or when you need a clear breakdown of how to become a better overall student.

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