posted by Liam Dryden

Trigger warnings, throwback tutorials and coconut pancakes – our Weekly Favourites have everything!

HOW LONG HAS THIS WEEK BEEN. It feels like very. School has started back, the sun is setting earlier already and now we’ve got pumpkin spice everything again. But hey – at least it’s Friday, which means it’s time for more Weekly Favourites!

This week we’ve got all sorts of videos from all sorts of creators – prepare for some weekend recipes, some chill music, and some adorable kids as you sit back, relax, and enjoy!



Warnings for road safety, age ratings and allergies are very common in today’s society – so why do people get so outraged about warnings for the sake of people’s mental health? Laci gets to the bottom of the concept of “trigger warnings” and why they’re more important than people think.


TheoG4mes and AwesomeLarry – Welcome

There’s a whole new world of kids on YouTube that you might not know about – and it’s adorable. 8 year-old Theo and his five year-old brother Larry have both started their own gaming channels; with a little help from their mum of course! Stay tuned for more…



Niomi Smart – Eat Smart Coconut Pancakes Recipe

Looking for a delicious new Sunday brunch recipe to knock up? Look no further: Niomi’s got you covered with a delicious spin on pancakes from her new book!


Tessa Violet – Now That We’re Done

A version of this song originally appeared on Tessa’s debut album a couple of years ago; but her latest video puts a spin on it that sounds like it belongs on a record from the 70s!


Emily Hart – Anxiety Q&A

Anxiety is still an oft-misunderstood issue that many people, especially young creators in the public eye, have to deal with. Few are willing to talk openly about it though – but luckily creators like Emily are willing to clear up a lot of the stigma with videos like this one.


The Anna Edit – Throwback Makeup Tutorial

Beauty bloggers don’t come out of the box knowing absolutely everything about makeup; most of them are learning as they go, and perfect their look slowly over a few years. So what happens when they revisit their old, less professional tutorials? MADNESS, THAT’S WHAT.


Mike Falzone – In Defense Of Pumpkin Spice

It’s that time of year again, where the world is divided in two over a flavour. That’s right, Pumpkin Spice is in everything once again – and whether you love it or hate, Mike Falzone is here to make sure you don’t waste your autumn hating on other people’s preferences! But like, he’s funny about it.