I think TVivian is Soapish on YouTube. Kevin Devine does have some very long videos, and I FF through a lot of them. It does seem that he has become more aware of that lately though and is editing more.In addition to the ones already mentioned, I've enjoyed Eden's Secret and our own Saponista aka Soapish on Youtube. Kevin Devine is an adventurous soaper and I enjoy the topics he covers, but many of his videos could be edited to half their current length and end up being twice as good. I hate to say this, because he's really good ... just needs some polish to be even better.
I Google mapped where her shop is. It's in the middle of nowhere! I mean, remote nowhere. Amazed that she even has electricity, remote nowhere. How does she sell the amount of soap she makes?My favorite hands down is Ariane Arsenault. I have a hard time with some that are long winded to get their point across. I too am interested with what others have to say.
No competitors XD And it's right where the boats come in. Looks like a beautiful place to live.I Google mapped where her shop is. It's in the middle of nowhere! I mean, remote nowhere. Amazed that she even has electricity, remote nowhere. How does she sell the amount of soap she makes?
Just being silly :mrgreen: There's also a museum right next to it, she probably gets lots of people who have disposable income to splurge on soaps."...Her soap shop is on a boat in the middle of the ocean. ..."
Her soap shop is on a small island, yes, but not on a boat. The Madeleine Islands are also a tourist destination, so plenty of seasonal customers. If you watch the video in which she gives a tour of her shop, it looks surrounded by vacation homes and other artisan and gift shops. Check out TripAdvisor: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g445053-Activities-Iles_de_la_Madeleine_Quebec.html
I like her voice, I think it's sultry ^_^I don't like the voice of the soaping 101 lady so if I do watch, I mute it (I hope this isn't too mean!).