YouTube Channels and Youtubers for writers and everyone else!
I’m joining the AtoZ challenge sharing YouTube channels and Youtubers I follow as an independent author, researcher, learner, reader, and someone who is interested in emotional growth and physical wellbeing, as well as entertainment and current affairs.
I’ve enjoyed watching YouTube videos for years, but in 2020, when the pandemic broke out in Europe and the first lockdown was imposed as a security measure in most countries, I decided to go Premium on YouTube and I started watching even more videos on a wide variety of entertaining and informative topics, which I’d like to share with you over the coming month. I hope you enjoy!
Today I’m featuring cook and a Jamie Oliver is a world-famous British chef, restaurateur, author of cookery books, and media personality. I love watching his videos because they are short, clear and delicious! He makes cooking a special meal look really easy and fun and he has hundreds of videos on different types of food, from traditional to more contemporary. Creamy mushrooms is one of his latest easy, simple and mouth watering videos.
And I couldn’t resist sharing this one with you on four fabulous ways to make pancakes, which my grandchildren love.
Bestselling author Jerry Jenkins has a channel with plenty of useful videos on the craft of writing, such as this one on conflict.
I listen to everything Jordan Peterson says, because he expresses his ideas eloquently and clearly. He is a Canadian professor of psychology, clinical psychologist, YouTube personality, best-selling author and host of the #1 Education Podcast, “The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast”. His channel includes videos from his classes, his podcasts, interviews, book tours and lectures and they all include food for thought on a variety of topics such as current affairs, religion, politics, and personal growth, among others. This is one of his most recent videos on finding meaning in life.
I hope you found these channels interesting or useful, and if you want to check out what other bloggers are writing about this month in the AtoZ Blogging Challenge check them out on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
Meanwhile, I hope you’re enjoying this chilly and rainy April!
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