Escape channels, dream life channels...whatever you call lifestyle influencer channels, they are highly addictive. I just marathoned my favorite one the other day and by the end of the day I felt like I was in a beautiful energy and wanted to play in the garden and make a fine supper with Italian cafe music in the background.
We all enjoy peeking into lives we wish we were having in locations that are unbelievable, living the good life. Here's some of my (Sharon) personal favorites in reverse order -
A couple on an island in British Columbia erect a Yurt, and begin the process of foraging, growing food, solar power, off-grid living. Week to week you get hooked on seeing them start a new project for their compound, train the dogs to deal with bears, go hunting for mushrooms. The scenery is off the charts with beautiful filming and lots of British Columbia showcased for its virgin beauty. It's like a non-drama soap opera you can't stop watching. (BTW, if you like this, look for "Vegan Athlete" or "Off Grid Athlete" and you will find Jake's older videos when he lived in Arizona and grew a food forest - he got me absolutely hooked on growing my own food)
You watch it once and that's it - you're all in for every video he makes. This youngster is living the great life in New England, building a cabin, photographing, enjoying the seasons, camping. The videos are the most beautiful and lush portrayals possible of New England countryside. You want to jump in there and be living that. There are times, I replay his autumn videos dozens of times. Even the music is awesome. His attitude is great. He takes you along with him and his buds on adventures to see more beauty than you thought possible. Kudos to LL Bean for picking him up. He's a dream rep.