Let's be honest, Netflix and Youtube it all that's getting us through self isolation. We wanted to share a list of our fave Youtubers whose content we can't stop binging.
Saffron Barker is a bubby 19-year-old YouTuber from Brighton in the UK. She was just 15-years-old when she began uploading videos from her family holiday in 2015.
Saffron’s channel is jam-packed with 24-hour-challeges, involving food, beauty and fashion, as well as daily vlogs. What set Saffron’s channel apart is the addition of her lovable and relatable family, made up of mum Wendy, dad Darren and brothers Casey and Jed.
The formula appears to be working, with Saffron’s channel racking up almost 3.1 million subscribers across two channels 'Saffron Barker' and 'Saffron Barker Vlogs'.
She also boasts 1.5 million followers on Instagram, as well as three homeware and fashion collaboration with high street brands and a best-selling book. F
For Aussie viewers it’s an interesting insight into everyday life in the UK and who doesn’t love an English accent!?
You can watch Saffon’s videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFanrVWRodCwCw43U7KBAQg
Anastasia Kingsnorth Anastasia Kingsnorth has made an enviable career out of eating McDonalds. The 19-year-old from Northamptonshire in the UK, is known for her epic 24-hour food challenge videos, that mostly consist of her ordering off fast food menus and trips to English supermarket Tesco’s.
The addition of her hilarious mother Julie and little brother Atticus, who is a self-appointed food critic, adds warmth and relatability to her channel.
Anastasia who created her channel when she was just 13-years-old, dropped out of school in her final year to pursue her YouTube dreams. The gamble seems to have paid off her channel now boasting 1.13 million subscribers and her vlogging channel notching up $500,000 subscribers.
Her influencer is obvious, with her five-year-old brother gaining over 53k followers in the space of three days.
You can watch Anastasia’s videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwR- g7XxcLxjYVTS5qncFhg
Steve Cook Steve Cook is a fitness icon, with a string of gyms in Utah and his own fitness app called Fitness Culture. Steve is one of the most recognisable faces in fitness, recently become the newest coach on the Biggest Loser.
The body builder has built up a loyal following online with 1.2 million subscribers on YouTube and 2.6 million followers on Instagram. Steve produces his own fitness content, eating tips, as well as vlogs.
The thirty-five-year-old spends a lot of his time in Australia, not only forming a love affair with our country but fitness influencer, Morgan Moroney.
Steve has risen the bar with his content during iso, sharing daily vlogs and inspiration. The Gym Shark ambassador, lets viewers be a fly on the wall in mansion in Utah, as he goes about life with the lovable Morgan and French Bulldog Hobbes, who’s addicted to cheese stringers.
You can watch Steve’s videos here:
Sarah’s Day Sarah’s Day is a self-proclaimed ‘Holistic Health Princess’ from Cronulla, who has amassed more than 1.3 million YouTube subscribers and 1.1 million Instagram followers.
She started sharing her health and fitness journey in 2014, filming recipes, works out and her everyday life. Every three days, we’re transported into her beach-side apartment, with it’s perfectly curated pink pallet and Australiana vibe to spend the day with her family.
Lovable, surfy fiancé Kurt and adorable baby Fox are permanent fixtures on her channel. Sarah has well and truly let her followers into her world, documenting break ups, career changes, moving house, finding out she’s pregnant, getting proposed to and even her labour.
Much to our delight, Sarah is rolling out her recent renovation series, which is the highlight of our days inside.
You can watch Sarah’s videos here: