YouTube is an excellent resource for makeup tutorials, compilations of the funniest cat videos, and music videos—everyone knows that. But did you know it can also be an awesome place to get inspired by others in the planner community? Whether you’re new to planning and want some instruction or someone who has been around awhile and is looking for inspiration, these YouTube channels are for you!

1.    Kayla at Microscope Beauty

Kayla is the owner of an Etsy shop called Oh Hello Stationary Co , works a full time job, is planning her wedding, and runs a blog! She is an excellent example of how a planner can be used to keep you organized and on top of the different responsibilities in your life.

  • Shows both horizontal and vertical layouts planned in a very functional way
  • Explains how to utilize other aspects of a planner including note pages
  • Promotes affordable and easy theming for the beginner by using $1 sticker books

2.    Andrea at Scribble Prints Co. 

Andrea is the owner of an extremely well known Etsy shop, Scribble Prints Co., and has one of the most unique planning styles I’ve ever seen. I believe that this unique style means that Andrea has something for beginners and veterans alike. 

  •  Has informational videos relating to traveling with planner supplies, organizational techniques, and hauls of craft supplies
  • Features and shares Etsy shops that sell planner stickers or other planner supplies
  • Creates spreads that are heavily decorated with little white space in both a vertical and horizontal layout

3.    Judy at Life with Pearl

Judy has an insane following on Instagram (@pearltheplanner) and takes the best washi tape photos I’ve ever seen! She also has a blog where she offers free planner printables—perfect for a new planner with a small sticker collection. Her planner videos are clean, bright, and beautiful.

  • Reviews multiple planner brands to give viewers an idea of their available options
  • Offers planner related Do-It-Yourself videos
  • Shares experiences with buying planner related items and explains how to use some smaller websites other than Etsy

If these three don’t satisfy your planner loving heart, I don’t know what will! I think these channels are a fantastic place for new planners to get started with supplies, stickers, and designs and a place for us more experienced planners to find inspiration for layouts.
Let me know down below in the comments if you watch any of these lovely ladies, or if you’re going to after this post!

This blog post was written by Kelly Cosgrove for the Limelife Planners Media & Creative Team. For more information about Kelly connect with her on Instagram: @kellysprettyplanner. Please share and repost this blog entry with your friends! All we ask is that you give credit to Limelife Planners and the post author.