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Hey there! Welcome  to our shop! My name is Megan and I live on a sailboat with my family. In March of 2020, We took sail across the Gulf of Mexico and towards paradise! Apon the arrival to Pensacola we were faced with the realities of Covid. And In that time we had decided that sailing is social distancing, We had made plans to practice isolation anyways and it was best to continue your journey until we are stopped. We took precaution, and acted like we belonged. It was a dream that we never expected. 

IF YOU LIVE ON A BOAT AND ARE INTERESTED IN PURCHASING CAPTAIN LOG JOURNALS CLICK HERE TO BE REDIRECTED 

One thing that we had slacked on in our year of travel was that we did not keep a good captains log. Partially because we didnt want the evidence of where we travelled during the sensitive times but also becaus it was an unappealing book It was often shoved into a cabinet that occassionally opened, Which led to the out of sight out of mind situation. One we left florida we began to document more  but I had the thought of how nice it would be to have maintence checks, project, to do lists, mileage, a way to organize the chaos that is often spews intside a captain log . I searched the options on how to make journals online with cheaper shipping costs, and affordable enough to print and sell and make a profit. The best option I am able to work with is the paper back option, Amazon print is fast and affordable but do not offer hard back covered journals at this time.  Below I have spent many hours designing and programing, and uploading these journals to Amazon. Inside you will find  budget planners, to do lists,  and other fun pages to keep your journal better organized, I hope you love them and if you have any critique I would love to hear it! Thank you for supporting a sailing family travel the world <3 

Below I am going to attach the journal covers to our amazon store, if you click on the picture it will send you to the amazon link. Scroll down to the bottom . At the bottom of the screen you can see some of the pages within the journal.

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