Sarah Stevenson picked up her camera and began vlogging her life in 2013, frequently mentioning her hormonal skin-care issues, fitness routine, and healthy eating habits. The Aussie’s channel, ironically titled Sarah’s Day, has maintained a strong following over the years, garnering thousands of views on most of her videos and gaining 1.53M YouTube followers.
Over the last five years, the wife and mother of one (soon to be two) transitioned into more family-friendly content, such as daily excursions with her son and life running multiple businesses.
In 2018, she began The Health Code podcast with her now-husband Kurt. It’s described as: “A fun, informative, unfiltered, and real podcast … This dynamic duo is here to crack the code on all things health, fitness, lifestyle, relationships, and building your dream career. Get ready, because they’re about to reveal some serious tips, tricks, and healthy hacks!” Lately, the couple has uploaded audio clips of them sharing how to become successful and tips on dealing with social isolation.Creator of Sarah's Day on @YouTube created #TheHealthCode podcast with her husband Kurt to crack the code of all things health, fitness, relationships, and dream careers. #Stan #ContentEntrepreneur Click To Tweet
The content creator also has an activewear collection, White Fox named after her son, Fox. Sarah has stepped into many ventures including digital books, skin care, apps, and fitness programs, and products inspired by her healthy holistic lifestyle.
Why we’re a Stan: Sarah Stevenson’s early and primary work centers around her content with a YouTube channel, Instagram handle, and podcast. But she also has expanded her products to encompass a clothing collection and products inspired by her healthy lifestyle.
About the author
Shameyka McCalman is a wordsmith whose work often centers around fashion, art, and other creatives of color. She earned her communications degree from the University of Massachusetts Boston and enjoys sifting through clothes in local vintage shops, frequenting nearby plays, and gazing at exhibitions on view in museums.