Julia Trotti has consistently delivered high-quality tutorials, giving good, insightful descriptions of what she's doing and why she does it, and this tutorial is no exception.
Quite frankly, there are so many tutorials out there, so many presets you can buy, and so many different ways to edit that it can sometimes be difficult to know which ones to check out and which ones to leave alone. I would highly recommend giving this video a watch, because though it may seem like another simple Lightroom edit, Trotti gives valuable insights into what she's seeing in the shot and talks about these reasons as she navigates the edit.
Editing can be laborious, tedious, frustrating, and even exhausting. I have found that the best way to navigate an edit is to make sure you have a very specific reason for why you do each thing you do. Instead of blindly clicking on a preset, have a purpose for each adjustment to color, for each modification to contrast, and for each time you add something to the shot that wasn't there like, say, a vignette. If you can do just that, provide a purpose for each thing you do while editing, then you end up creating your own style and a much stronger one at that than simply slapping on a preset and calling it good. This is precisely how Trotti demonstrates her editing techniques by explaining what she sees in her shot and explaining the solutions she finds to these areas that need adjustment. So, give it a watch; you might just learn something new, even if you're already a longtime Lightroom user.