It's about straddling the line between living a life you seriously love and not taking life too seriously.
It's also about making connections, building relationships, and chasing those elusive things called dreams - turning dreams into goals, goals into tasks, and then simply doing.
And fine, yes, it's also about well-timed, witty retorts, sarcasm, and doing that snort-laugh-thing that is oh-so-attractive. And Star Wars. When is it NOT about Star Wars, let's be honest.
I'm Sara, and I'm a self-motivated, future-thinking maven of imaginative ideas. I love promoting + championing creative people and small businesses, and I want to help you be sassy and feel classy in your real life, and on the Internet. [Because, you know, sometimes they're a little different.]
I write about owning a small business, and showcase makers and designers with a sense of humor on my blog, Snarks + Crafts.
I'm the go-to for spelling + grammar checks, synonyms, ideal phrasing, beefing up descriptions, writing provocative product descriptions, and calls-to-action with sass and feeling. I can help you make your words awesome.
I have a Bachelor's degree in Business Information Technology from Virginia Tech, and have continued my education so that I can sling code like a youngster on Redbull. I excel at front-end languages, learning quickly, and communicating with designers + customers. Hire me to make you some Internet.
I'm cofounder of an event design business, where we create fun + unexpected props and decor for weddings and events. Learn more about this project and my partner here.
My Man-Piece and I were married in April of 2015. We're loving the adventure of learning how to be married - how to stay married while building a house and keeping our rescued mutt from jumping on people. Interested in some marital anecdotes?
I have an intense passion for doing life differently + making your own rules. I love speaking to students and professionals about choosing careers, how to know what's right for you, and designing a life that suits you best. Talk to me about speaking to your group.