Favourite Youtube Videos Saved To My Watch Later list

I love Youtube.  I don't actually watch much TV, but I do love abit of Youtube.  I save alot of videos, and one video is often the start of an hour long bunny trail!  Anyway I thought I'd share a few here, and maybe set you off on an interesting Youtube journey too!

I'm forever working on improving my health.  I struggle with consistency, but I know I'll get there.  One thing that has successfully been incorporated into my routine is smoothies.  Ava and I have a smoothie for breakfast 2-3 times a week, it's usually a banana, spinach & mango concoction which is delicious, but I do want to find other combinations to add to our smoothie reportoire.  Here are a few ideas.  

Lisa Eldridge is one of my absolute favourite makeup artists of all time.  Along with Pat McGrath & Mary Greenwell, Lisa is my go to for true artist tips and tricks.  I adore her touch.  She never puts too much product on the face at any one time, but slowly builds to create gorgeous looks, and with so much experience, she is exceptionally knowledgeable and I learn something super handy and important from every video she uploads or blog entry she posts.  

This is just an extraordinarily simple but stunning slow motion video.  I saved this as inspiration for video ideas for the album I've recorded.  I haven't started working on anything yet, but when the time is right, I'd love to make a stunning slow mo visual to accompany one of my songs.

I have soooooooooo many fitness videos saved!  You know for those times when I decide to actually exercise, rather than just wonder why my body isn't the way I want it to be.  Youtube is a great resource for working out at home, and when I really make a decision to permanently add exercise to my life, then there is a library filled with everything I'll need.

Now everyone loves Oprah don't they? I do too, but I especially love when Oprah is the one being interviewed.  I adore hearing her stories behind the decisions she's made in her life, and the things she's learnt along the way.  She's a very generous interviewee, and this video is a classic example of that.

Do you have any Youtube videos you'd like to share.  I'm always up for exploring new bunny trails, so please do feel free to share!