Blogmas Day 13: Top 5 Vlogmas

For the 24 days leading up to Christmas, nearly all of us bloggers and vloggers turn into blogmas-ers and vlogmas-ers. I've spent the last few years watching a couple of vloggers to suddenly being inundated with notifications about uploaded videos, and some of my favourite posts and videos this year are from internet humans I don't normally follow so faithfully. And so I thought I'd share with you the ones to watch and read this year, a collection of some absolute gems of the internet, from the reigning queens to the up and coming princesses, I hope something will tickle your fancy.

There's a reason Zoe Sugg is the queen on the internet. I may or may not have watched some of her videos multiple times. Zoe is currently posting two videos and a blog post every day and it's been an absolute dream to follow and keep up with, snuggling in bed with a hot chocolate and putting on Zoe in her christmassy Brighton home. I've watched Zoe since she posted a video on Louise's channel to announce Louise going into labour with Darcy, and I'm not totally on board with all the products Youtubers produce, I have no doubt Zoe deserves to be in the position she's in and her dedication in the build up to Christmas has put her top of my list. 

I very rarely used to sit down to Becca Rose videos, subscribing after really enjoying a couple of videos but never really keeping up properly and just clicking on the ones which take my fancy. But over vlogmas, I feel like Becca has really come into her own and show a side of vlogmas outside of the classic British youtuber crew of an ordinary 20 year old who happens to be up and coming in something she really loves. Becca's vlogmas this year has been so jolly and her pantomime one in particular just made me feel so nostalgic for my own childhood going to the panto every year! 

I'm going to be forever in the Michalak's debt for introducing me to Air Review at the beginning of 2014. Like Becca Rose, I don't usually watch the Michalak's every week, but their vlogmas' have kept me going this winter. They're so down to earth and I feel like Hannah and Stef are the kind of friends you and your boyfriend would absolutely love to have in your life. I feel like I've gotten to know them 100x better over the last few weeks and they're just such a lovely little family, it's similar to the Saccone-Joly warm fuzzy feelings I get.

I am the first person to admit, I was not keen on Niomi Smart from the word go. I felt a bit like she cheated in the Youtub-ing world, and although seemed nice enough, I just couldn't get on board with her personality and it all seemed a bit wet, (brutal Alice coming out). I think finally Niomi has found her niche in main channel videos, with fashion, fitness and health being a huge target audience and something she is clearly passionate about. But I started watching Niomi's vlogmas a little late and have been pleasantly surprised with how much I've enjoyed her videos, enough to watch the ones I'd missed all in a row. Niomi isn't doing traditional vlogmas as she's still quite new to vlogging and daily vlogging is obviously quite the commitment, which I thought was really wise. But I'm so happy she seems to have come out of her shell a bit in front of the camera and seems very at ease. If you weren't a fan of Niomi before, definitely give her the benefit of the doubt and have a peak at her Christmas videos this year!

 There are no words for my delight of Anna Saccone (from the Saccone-Joly's) making her vlogmas debut this year. I honestly think Anna is ultimate life/mother/looks goals and I feel like in the classic SacconeJoly vlogs, we usually see her in mother mode, so it's nice to have an insight into daily Anna on her own channel. I've watched the Saccone-Joly's for the last two years and having two children in a vlogmas just builds the excitement so much more. It's absolutely addicting to watch and I'm so happy Anna decided to do it this year!

These are just 5 of an array I watch every single night. It's turning into a procession to watch the whole lot, but it's always so worth it. Occasionally I watch some before getting into bed am always gutted when I finally do and realise I don't have them to look forward to! I appreciate all of the effort which goes into vlogmas, it's a huge commitment but I definitely think if I expanded Alice's Antics into a Youtube Channel I'd do it, it's just so interesting and because I'm so nosey it's literally my two ideal things combined- christmas and insights into lives!

Is there anyone I haven't mentioned who might not be on my usual spectrum?

Ciao for Now!


  1. Thanks for sharing some of your favorite VLoggers, I haven't followed any of these faces yet. Can't wait to check out a few and find some new faves!

    1. Aw thanks for checking out my blog love! Some of these are absolutely great feel-good vloggers! x