Minimalist YouTube Channels
A Small Wardrobe
Break the Twitch
Clear Your Mindset
Heal Your Living
Simple Happy Zen
The Whole Happy Life
These are the channels I consistently watch on a regular basis for tips, tricks, education, and inspiration. There are other minimalist youtube channels out there, but these are my personal favorites and I can honestly say I would recommend them to anybody!
I would also like to add two resources for people with families. Leo Babauta is largely responsible for my shift into a minimalist mindset. He is a wonderful resource with so much wisdom and inspiration to share!
Zen Habits (Leo's blog)
Stand Alone Videos About Minimalism
These are fantastic videos that specifically reference the topic of minimalism, however, these channels are not necessarily "minimalist" youtube channels. Most of them cover other topics such as fashion, philosophy and various lifestyles.
Hmmm...this one is a bit awkward! IMHO, Jenny Mustard started her youtube career promoting the concepts of minimalism and related topics such as veganism and sustainable living. However, if you watch her current videos, her topics seem to be focused more on fashion tips and tricks. I do not watch her new videos anymore, but these are my favorite Jenny Mustard videos from "back in the day".
Articles about Minimalism
Why Minimalism is for You
10 Things Minimalists Don't Do
Minimalism: Where to Begin
Are You a Minimalist?
10 Reasons to Escape Excessive Consumerism
TED Talks About Minimalism
51 Minimalist Living Tips
Less Is More
The Case For Deleting Your Social Media
The Art of Cleaning
A Collection of Articles on Minimalism
Books and Authors
To put it simply: I DEVOUR BOOKS. There are many authors in many genres that have inspired me and changed the direction of my life for the better. However, if I had to choose, I believe Alan Watts has been the single most influential author I have ever read. And that is saying a lot. I am a bookworm, bibliophile, and former academic library technician! When most kids were playing outside during recess, I was hiding in a bathroom stall reading a book.
I discovered Alan Watts in high school and he is still fresh and relevant today as he was way back when. I am so pleased that Youtube understands his genius and people have created videos to compliment his many talks and lectures. Well done, Youtube. Please check out more Alan Watts here.