Everyone needs a helping hand sometimes…
Whether you’re looking to organise your life, want to make a difference in society, heading off to university or just heading to Summer in the City, we all need some sage advice from time to time. Who better to offer such advice? YouTubers, of course! In 2014, we shared with you five videos filled with crucial advice we all need to hear and we’re doing it again, nearly five years on.
Enjoy this week’s Five More of the Best: Advice videos!
dear younger me | doddlevloggle
We’re kicking things off with a letter dodie wrote to her younger self a few years ago, titled dear younger me. If you could speak with your past self, what would you tell them and what would you want them to know?
A lot of what dodie touches on in this video are things we could all do with keeping in mind, such as loving our bodies and not caring so much about what people think of us or how we look. Oh, and trying to impress that person who’s shown no interest in us? Don’t bother, as there’s someone out there who’ll give us the attention we deserve. dodie’s learnt a lot over the past few years and she’s sharing it not only with herself, but with all those who watch her videos, and we can’t thank her enough!
THINGS I WISH I KNEW BEFORE UNIVERSITY | UNI VLOG 16 | Nayf
One of the biggest challenges a lot of us will face is moving away from home to go to university. While our schools, parents and teachers can help, there’s little better than advice from those that live it everyday. Enter Nayf Divak’s channel.
We’ve chosen his video about the things he wish he’d known before he went to university, but he’s got tons of videos covering everything from Freshers Week and studying, to cooking for yourself. They’re a great resource for those just starting at uni, or even if you’re an older student looking to get the most out of the time you’ve got left there.
how to survive summer in the city (10 tips) | antworld
Summer in the City is just around the corner! Kind of…
While we still have a couple of months left until SitC 2019, there’s still plenty of time to get prepared with this video from Antoinette Belle. What to bring, what to do, what to eat and what to wear, Antoinette covers everything first time visitors need to know. Even if you’re a SitC veteran, the event changes every year, so it’s always good to refresh your memory.
6 Step Guide To Making A Difference || #IChooseToSee | Rowan Ellis
We talked about Rowan Ellis recently because of her being shortlisted for a Diva award, so we thought this would be a great time to highlight some of the incredible work that earned her the nomination. Her channel is full of videos dedicated to helping the LGBTQ+ community, and this video from a couple of years ago is a great practical guide on how to make a difference as part of whatever cause matters to you.
We all have a passion for something. This video will give you the tools you need to turn that passion into action.
How to make a SIMPLE Bullet Journal (Really) | Liam Dryden
A quick, efficient and convenient way to organise your life, bullet journal-ing has been steadily growing as a trend for a good few years now. However, we understand the concept of chronicling your life and developing a system can feel intimidating. Luckily for you, this video from Liam Dryden breaks down his clean, simple way of working, giving you a solid starting point for your bullet journal, as well as plenty of inspiration for other ideas to build into yours.
Prepare to become #BulletJournalGoals with these tips and tricks!
Words by Rob Collingridge and Clare Fitzgerald.
So there you have it…
Our Five More of The Best: Advice videos! With such good advice, we hope you feel motivated and prepared to face whatever challenges come your way. If you have any advice for us or wish to let us know about any videos we might have missed, be sure to send us a tweet to @TenEightyUK. We’ll be sure to check them out!
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