Sailing Boss is Almost here!


We've been on YouTube for just over a year now and I'm so thankful and honestly humbled with how far we've been able to go. In a year we went from having an idea while living in one of the most wonderful cities in the world (London) to living literally on the water and having thousands and thousands of people joining our family each month for the adventure. We were ecstatic when we reached 100 subs and now we're in the thousands with some of our episodes hitting well able the 20K views. It's an unreal feeling. We have interacted with so many incredible people online, met awesome viewers in person, and just been blessed with so many people supporting us in so many ways. 

Obviously, our idea we had in that big grey city 12 months ago has become our reality and I really want to help more people change their lives and make the jump into following their dreams of getting on the water too. More so I want to share how we have started turning our success into our income with sponsor support. One day soon because of our sponsorships we'll be able to travel the world and be untied to any sort of other work, that's an amazing feeling and why I've put together Sailing Boss a 7-Day Online Workshop and LIVE webinar for anyone looking to turn their sailing YouTube adventure into their full-time job like us.

Join us for a week of learning, receive one email and video a day + reference resources for to help you create a successful career sailing and documenting your adventures. We'll complete the week with a live Q&A webinar to answer all your questions. 

In this course you'll learn: 

  • How to start earning sponsorship income this month

  • How to structure episodes to create opportunity 

  • How to rock relevant branding that grows with your channel 

First Class Group launches September 2nd
Join Us Here 

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know the things you teach will work? 
We know these steps work because we use them ourselves at Sailing Soon! This month past we made £1500 using these same techniques. Also, our agency Blog Authentic helps 300 women within our community who blog about many different things turn their passion for content creation into their careers, we spend every day living and breathing this stuff! 

Do I have to have a YouTube already to find value in this course? 
No! You can use this course to see if YouTube is the right home for your creative adventure. While I hope many of our students put the knowledge into action, you can just learn from each lesson and put it into action when you're ready. 

Why do you charge so much money for the course if you want to help people succeed? 
The course cost $250, with it being seven lessons, each that have taken me 8 hours (at least) to create and edit that's just $4 an hour cost for the knowledge it has taken me YEARS to learn in my marketing career. Do you think this valuable knowledge is worth $4 an hour? Because I sure do! I value my skill set which is why I place a value on my time and hope if you take this course you'll do the same for yourself, place a value on the wonderful things you create.  

How much time will I need to put into my project? Can it be my side hustle? 
YouTube gives back what you invest. You can treat this as a side hustle or a full-time job. Just like most things in life it gives back what you put in.

How quickly will I see results? 
I'm confident if you take the right approach, do your research, and put out great content you can land your first sponsorship this month. 

More questions? 
Just drop me an email:

Photos of recently enjoyed things // Last days of summer

Dare I say we're all recovered from that awful cold that's taken us over? I don't mind being sick per say (though this one was so rough it totally turned me into a whining baby one poor husband that had to convince me to NOT go to the hospital for a cold haha. I mostly hate the way being sick warps time. I mean summer is already almost over to our dismay and it seems like I blinked and the last two weeks were gone. My to do list, on the other hand, has let me know exactly how much time I've missed haha and I've been slowly trying to get back ahead of all my responsibilities. Hope you and yours are making the most of these last few weeks too, soon enough it will be "pumpkin everything" season and we'll no longer have the boat open as I sit here and write these posts. Honestly, I'm a little worried for the cold weather and the adjustment of living in the marina to come, yikes! Only time will tell what it will be like. 

Here's some photos from recent (no longer sick) adventures. 


She's been wearing that bathing suit pretty much every day she would sleep in it if I let her, possibly have to burn it once summer is over haha. Also, is the GW Bush in the background?! Haha did a triple check. 


Lately, G's been taking on a very independent attitude, totally natural for her age but not going to lie when she doesn't want a cuddle or my advice. My husband has had to step in and cheer me up a few times. I mean I know this happens with kids, they grow up...but MY BABY!!!!!!


She's also been testing me by becoming more of a daddy's girl lately to see how I'll respond. It's cool, I'm not hurt at all guys, no not at all. I'm only the person who birthed her and spends every moment of every day with her. Ya know, mum that homeschools and all. Did I say I'm not hurt AT ALL about it..... Kay, yeah I'm a jealous mess, I admit it. 


She did head off to camp for 3 nights, missed her like crazy but after the move, all the time and attention being spent on the boat she deserved to get out and have some fun for herself. All week she was super excited to go than when we arrived she didn't want us to leave, I knew she still loves me! She ended up staying and having an absolute blast. HUGE THANK YOU to our Patreons for making this trip possible for her. 


We promptly went for a grown up only pub meal after dropping her off. I had a martini I had been craving and he had a huge plate of lamb. It was fun but always an adjustment to being without the child. We ate out most of the weekend and eventually eased back into just being "us" and not us + kid. 


Having the boat to myself for a solid seven hours that Monday I was able to shoot all the Sailing Boss videos. I'm so excited how the program is turning out! 


This little pile of pretty textiles and colors made me very happy the other day. Maybe it was the fact I could clean the boat and not have it messed up two mins later by little sticky hands that really was making me happy haha?! 


The biggest news as of lately though has been finished G's room enough she could move in. Having her out of the saloon has given the boat a whole new, lighter, and spacious feeling. There's still months of work to be done in every single corner of this boat but being able to sit around our table and have our own private spaces is a huge change. A lovely, wonderful change! 


Wiped out from camp in her own bed. <3 

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Beautiful moon rise behind the boat over the marina. We didn't see the eclipse here since it was so cloudy but part of me is totally cool with that because we get so many awesome sky scenes like this almost every day. 

Hey, a photo post without a sunset! Have a lovely rest of week friends.


Photos of recently enjoyed things // We all have a cold 8(

Hello Friends, 

Happy Monday! I love Mondays actually, I'm one of those rare people out there that do it seems. Don't get me wrong, I love me a solid rest filled weekend but I guess it's a good sign enjoying your life and work when Mondays are just as happy, right?!

We're actually recovering from nasty colds here on our end, the weather here has been so up and down it's like fall flus and colds have hit the UK early. We tried to shoot a video we've been planning on doing for some time now for the channel yesterday and called it quits when I sneezed almost four times on camera. Right back into bed I went and the shoot was rescheduled for another weekend (here's hoping this coming weekend bring better weather!). 

Anyhow here are some recent photos from the last couple week. Sparing you any sick faced ones haha! 

Remember I mentioned how awesome people in the marina are?! Well, see this monster as the proof! So many of our neighbors have been dropping off fresh veg their friends grow to us lately I'm starting to worry they think we don't feed our kid or something haha (I kid, I kid). 

A sunrise photo to balance out all those sunset ones.

Best man in the world. Point blank, end of story, he really is the best. On a side note, any advice on how to tie this beast of a boat up properly?! Any wind and we're creaking like mad lately. 

Girl takes her ballet serious haha! 

And the entire dock has become her stage. I have all the dirty stockings to prove it. 

Bluebird Teas sent us a box of goodies because they are awesome like that. This is their "summer blend" in a fancy new cold brew bottle (that is perfect for making sun tea on the boat deck!) helped me survive this cold. THANK YOU Bluebird

I get a kick out of the random feet (well not like random strangers it's my family's feet...just randomly appearing) outside the window when I'm in the kitchen doing dishes. 

Also, our neighbor moved to a different part of the marina so shame free knicker drying happening over here nowadays, at least until we get a new neighbor that is. Not gonna lie, it's been awesome just having water outside our windows and not another boat though. 

Can I please get some "mom points" for this one?! No way I'm paying some bloke £20 on the street for something I can do in the comfort of our own home. I even added sparkly beads. #winningatmomming

Compulsory sunset shot! You think I would have a photo post without one?! Have a wonderful week friends! New episode coming out Friday.


What you have vs what you want.

Guys, I'm SO excited, like a little kid, because this week our pressurized/hot water system and shore power are being installed. Simple things most homes have like water that runs when you move a tap and sockets in each room we have lived without since moving on board and let me tell you, I'm so excited to be able to wash dishes with hot water, not have to lug in 25L jugs anymore (water has in input of 100L we just put the hose into!) and mostly not trip over the ever present extension chord as we'll be able to plug in where we need, when we need starting Friday. These things aren't life ending sure, but in such a small space (half the boat is still out of service!) they affect your day to day. 

The biggest thing I think I've been learning about though since moving in is our relationship with food. As you can imagine with half the boat not in a useable state yet, our food storage is limited to about one cupboard. This combined with the fact we don't yet have an oven (only three burners) and no fridge make for some creative cooking. The threat of rapidly spoiling fresh food and forced smaller batch cooking mean we no longer cook/eat "what we want" but "what we have". And with this comes less waste, less non parishable food will sit unused for weeks and easy access to what we do have even the spices means we're using everything. It feels right. 

This means more shopping every couple days sure but that also means more time spent as a family getting out biking or walking to the shop and fresher healthier food all around. I realize if we lived in a warmer climate not having a fridge wouldn't really be an option. I currently can leave nut milk out here in the UK and use over three days which wouldn't be possible if we lived in say Portugal but I'll be taking these lessons I'm learning into our family's future for sure. Less sometimes it more, and more somethings isn't better.