I've been reading Yes and Yes for at least four years now, and I don't remember any of the details about how I found this blog. That's not terribly important anyway. What I remember is how Yes and Yes drew me in with it's fun, quirky vibe.
I think I was hooked in about three minutes flat.
Sarah is constantly positive, upbeat, and sassy. Honestly, her blog is what I want mine to be when it grows up. She's a traveler, and has written about the countries she has visited and lived in and how to travel in those countries without sacrificing your bank account. Every Sunday she publishes Web Time Wasters, a bunch of links she found throughout the week that she thinks are fun, educational, empowering, and encouraging. In her True Story series, she interviews people who have interesting stories to tell about their lives. My friend Anna over at Artist Adventurer was featured twice this year in the True Story series.
And in between all the different series she writes, Sarah writes stand-alone articles about business, self-improvement, how it's OK to fail, how it's OK to succeed, and tips for what we can do to feel like life is a vacation, even in the midst of staying home. And everything in between.
I love Yes and Yes, and think you will too. Go read!