A mum-of-two who lives in rural Australia is making thousands a month filming and snapping herself doing frisky farm work.
Honeyy Brooks can bring in up to $90,000 a month through her business on OnlyFans posting content of herself mowing the lawn or gardening in the nude.
The 32-year-old balances working on her page and maintaining the farm she lives on in country Victoria with being a mum to her two primary school-aged children.
She started posting on the site after burning out from her network marketing business in 2021 and quickly started bringing in the big bucks earning $10,000 in her first three months.
With the help of her husband Hank, who also works a FIFO job, she has built a lucrative career by getting her kit off while completing everyday chores on the hobby farm.
Honeyy Brooks (pictured) is an OnlyFans star and mum who make thousands a month on the platform taking racy photos and videos while living life running a farm
‘Running the farm, being a mum, having Hank work away, and running an OnlyFans business, it is a lot so where I can, I really try to incorporate as much as I can into one,’ Honeyy told FEMAIL.
‘I’ll do some cheeky gardening, I’ll do some cheeky lawn mowing and if I’m taking my dogs for a run, I’ll film something so it’s really about just my everyday stuff but being cheeky with it.’
While every day is different, typically Honeyy will wake up with a coffee before taking her kids to school then after tidying the house, she’ll get to the real work.
She starts by filming custom content or making one-on-one video calls with clients then heads out to the farm where she mixes her chores with taking sexy snaps and videos.
Honeyy strips off in the middle of tending to the horses, collecting eggs from the chicken coop, checking the cows and walking the dogs.
The 32-year-old balances working on her OnlyFans page, maintaining the farm she lives on in country Victoria with being a mum to her two primary school-aged children
Honeyy can bring in up to $90,000 a month through her business on the adult platform posting content of her mowing the lawn or gardening in the nude
The multitasking presents some logistical complications, like keeping pets out of shot due to OnlyFans’ strict no-animal policy, but Honeyy said it makes her days and mundane tasks more ‘fun and exciting’.
‘The fans love it because it’s authentic, it’s true, it’s me working on my farm,’ she said.
‘I’m not putting on makeup and lingerie and posing in a bedroom. I’m out doing the things I would normally do, but they just get to see that cheeky side of me.’
The picturesque setting of Honeyy and Hank’s ‘beautiful’ 100-acre property, she believes, keeps her content fresh and exciting.
‘I’ve got the blue-collar boys that love farming girls, but then I also get a lot of men from the city or the beaches who love to get outdoors but can’t all the time or they’re in an apartment,’ she said.
Honeyy strips off in the middle of tending to the horses, collecting eggs from the chicken coop, checking the cows and walking the dogs
‘They’re blokey blokes who love all the outdoor stuff. This brings them a sense of being able to get back in touch with nature, and they kind of live that through me.’
After picking the kids up from school, Honeyy is on ‘mum duty’ mode until they go to bed when she starts the admin and marketing side of the business.
Part of her job is also taking requests from her clients and while she is very open-minded and unperturbed about kinks and fetishes, there have been some surprises along the way.
‘I get a lot of fully-clothed requests and things like walking through mud or massaging mud off my feet,’ she said.
‘One time I had to smoke a cigarette fully clothed and the guy didn’t want me to speak – for me that’s more left field.’
Hank is not only fully supportive but also very involved with Honeyy’s career and the couple often film content together when he is home from a mining swing.
Their children are too young to know the extent of how their parents provide for them.
‘They know I work on social media and do TikToks but they don’t know. There will be a time when it comes that we will sit down and talk to them about it but obviously it needs to be when it’s age appropriate,’ Honeyy said.
‘We’re really working closely with the kids to bring them up to the best of our ability in terms of loving people for who they are and not judging other people on their looks, their appearance, or what they do for work.’
It can be difficult keeping secrets in small country towns however Honeyy has managed to keep her business under wraps.
Her husband Hank is not only fully supportive but also very involved with Honeyy’s OnlyFans career and the couple often film content together when he is home from a mining swing
‘As far as I’m aware, nobody knows. I really assess my situation in terms of who I tell and who I don’t tell,’ she said.
‘I have had bad experiences where it has blown up so I just really assess if it’s worth my energy telling people.’
‘Old Joe Blow down the road who’s a 90-year old farmer and doesn’t have social media, he’s never going to know so there’s no point in explaining what we do.’
Honeyy got into OnlyFans in 2021 after her networking marketing business started to go south.
‘I was building my business, and it was going really well. We went travelling for 12 months in our caravan with the family, and it was during that time there that my network marketing business completely burnt me out,’ she recalled.
‘I just felt myself I was working so hard, and nobody wanted it as much as I did, so I just thought that my pay check was never worth what I was putting in.’
It can be difficult keeping secrets in small country towns however Honeyy has managed to keep her business under wraps
Along their travels, Honeyy and Hank met another OnlyFans creator who planted the seed that it could be something they could do.
‘It was like the universe had planned it for us… I just saw an amazing business opportunity. I just saw an opportunity to work in a structure for the first time in my life where it came down to me,’ she said.
‘I could literally wake up in the morning and run a business, and it was down to how hard I worked with it. I didn’t have to rely on employees.’
After six months of researching the platform to see if it was right for her, Honeyy started posting content solo without showing her face.
She earned her household income within the first few months then decided to dive right in.
‘It did start off quite slow and quite soft… it was going really great places,’ Honeyy said.
‘I could see the longevity, the business was the right structure for us and that it was going to set up our future financially and our freedom. It was gonna give everything we ever wanted as a family.’
Honeyy works between 10-14 hours each day on top of being a mum but is happy to put in the hard yards because she loves what she does and it gives her the freedom to spend time with her kids
She started showing her face and filming content with Hank to the point she made more than $1million in just two years.
‘My biggest month was hitting $USD45,000 ($AU70,438) in a week. I remember my first ever job I had after I left school, I was so excited because I was on $40,000 for the year, and I was so excited,’ she said.
‘I’m really fast paced so I’ve got to remind myself how far we’ve come. I’ve really got to pinch myself.’
Honeyy works between 10-14 hours each weekday on top of being a mum but is happy to put in the hard yards because she loves what she does and it gives her the freedom to spend time with her kids whenever she wants.
‘I do put my heart and soul into it. It’s really incredible when you have a platform that you love, you can work hard on and it does pay you well,’ she said.
‘I am a big believer in just doing whatever makes you happy. And right now this is just making me so happy.’