Vlogging prompts are a great way to develop video topic ideas for your YouTube channel! Use them to inspire consistency and fuel that creative mind! Below is a list of 30 November vlogging prompts, peek back in next month for a fresh December list!
30 November Vlogging Prompts
1. Pinterest inspired. Try something you first saw on Pinterest.
2. Bake a Thanksgiving pie!
3. Take us somewhere that looks like Fall.
4. November 4th is National Candy Day. Taste test candy you’ve never tried before!
5. Compile short clips, Vines, and Instagram videos and make a video that highlights your favorite October moments.
6. October favorites haul! Share some of your favorite October finds.1. Tell us about something (or list all the things) you are thankful for.
7. Learn something about Thanksgiving and share it with us.
8. Share the books you read in October…which were must reads and which should we pass on?
9. Do a quick Google search on Life Hacks and try one or more out. Do they really work?
10. Make a turkey!
11. Show us your favorite Fall outfit.
12. Complete the Thanksgiving Tag! (questions here)
13. Respond to commenters comments!
14. Make a Thanksgiving inspired craft.
15. Create a list things that make Thanksgiving awesome.
16. Share advice on how to survive this holiday season.
17. Try your hand at Thanksgiving Nail Art.
18. Complete the So Very Thankful Tag. (questions here)
19. Make a Thanksgiving inspired side dish.
20. Create a time lapse video where you do something and time lapse it.
21. Round Robin! Ask everyone in your family what they are thankful for and share their answers.
22.. Share something you didn’t know about Thanksgiving.
23. Make a wonderful Thanksgiving cocktail.
24. Complete the Bookish Thanksgiving Tag. (questions here)
25. Tips for hosting Thanksgiving dinner.
26. Ask your child to draw a portrait of you and share it with us.
27. Take us Black Friday shopping with you!
28. Tell us about the last movie you watched.
29. Show us what “sweater leather” looks like in your neck of the woods.
30. Complete the Sweater Weather Tag. (questions here)