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In the past 10-15 years, “Content Creator” has become a very real profession and source of income for many people. From blogs to YouTube channels, the creators have become part of our daily lives and, in many cases, like the celebrities that we’ve always followed and loved.
Here’s a collection of some of our favorite BIPOC Content Creators, that we personally follow and love! From food to gardening to education, there’s a wide variety on this list. Check them out and be sure to subscribe to them if you aren’t already!
1. Sweet Potato Soul
Sweet Potato Soul (Jenné Claiborne) is a vegan chef, author, blogger, and YouTuber. She was one of the first people I started following when I went vegan several years ago. Her recipes are amazing and SUSTAINABLE! That’s the key word when it comes to veganism, people. Not only that, she shows that it’s possible to healthily raise your kids on a vegan diet. Definitely give her a look.
You can find her on YouTube, Instagram, and on her website.
2. The Answer is Chocolate
Carol was actually the very first person to feature us on her blog many years ago when my mom just starting out. (Thanks for that!) On her blog, she features many things handmade, paper, and chocolate of course! And I mean really, the answer IS chocolate. She also hosts a lot of Linky Parties, so if that’s something you’re interested in you’ll definitely want to follow her for more fun!
For more fun artsy crafts and tasty treats, head over to Carol’s blog, The Answer is Chocolate, and follow her on Instagram.
3. A Cozy Lifestyle
A Cozy Lifestyle is a blog and YouTube channel run by Clearissa Coward. Clearissa shares a variety of lifestyle, organization, crafting, and cleaning tips, as well as recipes and DIY decor. I especially loved seeing her posts over the holidays! Everything was so cute.
For inspiration check out her website, YouTube channel, and follow her on Instagram.
4. Ditto Kids Magazine
Ditto Kids Magazine was started by Lindsey’s friend, Alexandria Scott, to be an anti-racist and anti-bias curriculum for kids. It’s easy to follow and teaches them these concepts in an age-appropriate way that they can easily understand. The kids in our families have loved their copies so far, and the magazines themselves are so high quality and durable! You can check out the quick interview we did with Alex here.
Find Ditto Kids on Instagram and Facebook, and subscribe to their service on their website.
5. Here Wee Read
Here Wee Read (Charnaie) is a blogger and podcast host dedicated to diversity in books and education. She has free printables, educational posts, and book lists with diverse books you should include in your library. She also helps her kids manage 50 States 50 Books, which helps close the literacy gap by providing free books to children across all 50 states!
Learn more on her blog, check out her podcast, and follow her on Instagram and Facebook.
6. Tabitha Brown
Tabitha Brown rose to stardom these past couple years with her easy, tasty vegan recipes. But that’s not all. She also just gives great advice and talks to you like she actually knows you and cares about you. Not that I think she doesn’t actually care about you, but her way of speaking is just very touching and personal.
Visit her website and then check her out on Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook.
7. April Bee
April is a YouTuber who uploads DIY renovations and let me tell you- she is TALENTED! She’s completely transformed her living spaces and gives great tips for your own furniture flips. If you want to learn how to DIY basically anything for your home, check her out.
Subscribe to her YouTube channel here and follow her on Instagram.
8. Marriage & Motherhood
Marriage & Motherhood is a lifestyle/mommy vlogger on YouTube who shares things like Costco hauls, organization clips, and my personal favorite- clean with me videos. She has great tips and advice on saving money, food, and motherhood in general. Originally I started watching her for her videos on becoming debt free, but you’ll want to check out all of her other content as well!
Follow her on Instagram and subscribe on YouTube.
This is another vegan lifestyle vlogger I love on YouTube. She also shows how easy and healthy it can be raising vegan kids, sharing the delicious food they eat. But it doesn’t stop with food. She also posts a lot of beauty and fashion content and advice. And I believe basically everything she says because she is literally stunning.
Watch her on YouTube here and follow her on Instagram.
10. The Mom Psychologist
The Mom Psychologist (Dr. Jazmine) is a YouTuber and founder of The Mom Sisterhood. She gives amazing “positive parenting” advice as well as other things, like recognizing burnout and taking care of yourself as a parent. Lindsey recommends her to all new and seasoned parents alike, because nobody is perfect and everyone can use some help to improve.
To get parenting help, follow her on YouTube and Instagram and visit her website.
11. Cherish 365
Jennifer Borget is the creator of Cherish 365, a blog and YouTube channel where she shares her passion and love for life. Filled with her stories and experiences as a mom, Cherish 365 encourages readers to cherish every day we have, especially with our families.
You can visit her website here, and follow her on YouTube,Instagram, and Facebook.
12. Tam in the Garden
Tamara Elmore runs a gardening blog/ YouTube channel duo, and she has released her first eBook just this month! (She also made a very sweet post about it on Instagram that made Alicia cry.) Gardening takes a certain skill and patience, and Tamara exemplifies that beautifully. If you’re looking to get into gardening, or even if you’re an avid gardener, you’ll want to check out her wealth of knowledge.
Learn more on her blog, subscribe to her on YouTube, and follow her on Instagram.
These 12 Content Creators are some of our favorites and in many ways have influenced our lives for the better. Do you already follow any of them? Who would you add to the list? Let us know in the comments so we can check them out!
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Creators of Hot Cocoa Bombs! (copyrighted)
Helen Reynolds: Mother of six children , grandmother to eleven! I love to cook, craft and create things and I especially love doing that with my family, So, when my lawyer daughter, Lindsey, my artist daughter, Madalynn, and I came up with the idea of Hot Cocoa Bombs, this blog was born. Then, one more daughter, with her technical and science skills, plus creativity has joined in to round us out! Read more about us here!