I’m Sara, and I hate writing about myself.
Do you struggle with writer’s block when it comes to writing about your business? I get it.
I’d rather write about other people and their businesses. I thrive on helping my clients shape their stories to share just the right things at the right time.
I have a knack for hearing what you really need to say. While you’re looking at all the pieces and wondering how to fit them together, I’m zooming in on the path to your end goal. While you talk and talk and what’s happening with your business, I’m hearing what you really want to do and distilling blog topics to share your big idea.
Most days when I get off a call with a client they tell me, “I feel so much better” or “I’m so much calmer now.” That’s what I’m aiming for—delivering great content while bringing a little more ease. I do what I shine at, so you can do what you’re brilliant at.
I love the planning and the writing, and honestly, I love being part of your team.
But life isn’t all work, and when I’m not writing for clients, writing is still what I do. I run online writing workshops and retreats. I share writing prompts and feedback. I write and read and share stories.
In my writing, I draw upon the changing seasons in my life, in my garden, and on my table. I delve into my stories and experiences as a writer and mom. I write articles and essays and the blog write • nourish • grow.
I believe words matter. I believe in community and building connections. And I believe life is about the little moments—even in the middle of the big events. I try to pay attention to those.
Little things that make me happy: being in my garden, the sound of canning jars pinging, early mornings on my porch with a hot coffee mug warming my hands, watching my daughter devour a book, thrown together dinners with a neighbor, the glow of the sun through golden leaves on a gray fall day, the invigorating scent and energy of the ocean. That’s just a start about a me.
I guess I do write about myself, but I’m still not crazy for About Me pages.
Could you use some help with your About page, your blog, or other writing?