Femininity YouTube Channels For Feminine & Homemaking Inspiration
Hi Ladies! Welcome back to my blog.
Today I wanted to give you some excellent resources for cultivating your femininity and my personal favourite way to get clued up - YouTube!
I think it is so exciting that more and more people are making YouTube channels surrounding femininity and homemaking. It is a huge contrast to other content on YouTube which can be very superficial. I love that through YouTube we can now learn to embrace our femininity as well as learn important homemaking tasks.
So here are my personal favourites that will certainly give you lots of inspiration:
Cynthia makes videos around femininity and elegant living. She also discusses etiquette and common misconceptions that some people have about housewife's and those who chose homemaking instead of a fast paced, stressful career. She was also Miss Earth Canada!
Here is my favourite video of hers:
Jennifer makes lovely videos on homemaking, femininity and capsule wardrobe videos that are super inspiring! Jennifer is also a mum of 4 and an author. Recently, she has uploaded a video titled one hour of ASMR cleaning inspiration. Honestly, this is the most relaxing thing to listen to as you do your own homemaking chores.
I have to include the gorgeous Alena in this who has made my favourite ever book on femininity - Ladies Like Us. If you haven't read it I highly recommend you do. My favourite video Alena has made is an open chat with her modern mum about being a tradwife - the relationship between them is so sweet to watch and there is also some very important discussions:
I have only just discovered Victorias channel and I am absolutely loving it so far. She makes homemaking content such as recipes and vlogs about what she does in her days of homemaking. Victoria has recently made a video about Hygge elements to add to your home which I really enjoyed because it is exactly the vibe I go for in my own home.
Next, there is Ina who makes great youtube videos but has also recently started on tiktok for some shorter style videos with quick tips to improve your femininity and homemaking skills! I loved her video on a week of feminine outfits, I thought it was a lovely way to provide some practical examples of feminine style:
Last but certainly not least is Nikki who makes the most calming, aesthetic videos of homemaking I have ever seen. Nikkis videos actually really help focus me when I am feeling anxious and overwhelmed. All of her videos are consistently relaxing and great so I don't have a favourite but here is the sort of video I really enjoy from her:
These ladies have really inspired me and gave me the little push I needed to start my own femininity and homemaking youtube channel. I don't want to take away from these women so I won't go in to it too much but if you can to check out my channel too, you can here.
I hope you enjoy watching these channels as much as I have!