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A Planner That Helps You Create The Life Of Your Dreams NBD

This post is brought to you by a planner you’ll love using, a better 2018, the letter L, and The Life Design Planner.

Are you the sort of human who loves a good to-do list? Who gets an endorphin spike every time you accomplish a task? Who has a hard time not equating productivity with self-worth?

Hello! Welcome to the club! I am the treasurer.

If this sounds like you, you probably love a good planner. You’re probably really good at planning errands and events and tasks, but you’re less good at making time for introspection, creativity, or spiritual pursuits.

Thankfully, Carrie Jordan created the Life Design Planner. It can  help us plan the nitty gritty of our week AND dig a lot deeper into what we want for ourselves.


Carrie doesn’t just create amazing planners. She leads programs, writes about goal setting, and hosts a podcast. Take a peek at her stuff – I think you’ll like it!

Yes & Yes runs two sponsored posts each month. If you’d like to introduce your work to my 13,000+ daily readers, you can read more sponsor info here or drop me a line at sarah@yesandyes.org and we’ll get you set up!

If you want to believe in everyday magic

This post is brought to you by kismet, good luck, the letter C, and Casey Erin Wood

Do you know anyone who believes in Everyday Magic? The sort of person who’s constantly referencing ‘kismet’ and finding lucky pennies and patting your hand and saying “It’s a sign”? And even if you’re a skeptic you have to admit that life seems a little bit more juicy when you’re in her vicinity?

If you don’t have that friend IRL, you’re about to have that friend online. That friend’s name is Casey Erin Wood.

Casey writes with candor and grace about believing in Santa (but not the way you think). She shares her stories of stars and ancestors aligning to make amazing things happen. She even shares a ‘spell’ created by her 8-year-old daughter … which sounds a lot like wise self-care.

If you’re looking for a buddy who can add a bit of magic and a touch of good-natured woo-woo to your life, Casey is your girl!

Yes & Yes runs two sponsored posts each month. If you’d like 150-ish words devoted to you and your stuff, check out my ad rates and traffic info here or drop me a line at sarah@yesandyes.org and we’ll get you started!

What nobody tells you about self-employment

This post is brought to you by productivity, a calmer mind, the letter L, and Lady Boss Biz

This is Isabella and she wants to talk to you about your work. But in a totally non-intimidating way!

When I started working for myself, lo, those many years ago I thought that as long as I was good at what I did, I’d succeed. Which makes sense, right? If I’m a good writer, I should be able to earn a living writing sales copy and ghostwritten blog posts, right?

Friends, I’m here to tell you that THERE IS SO MUCH MORE that goes into successful self-employment than the services you perform in exchange for money.

Thankfully, Isabella can help us with that all important Other Stuff. She can teach you how to track your time and income so you can start charging what you’re worth. She can help you change your mindset and get back to being focused.

She’s even running a free, five-day challenge to help you start 2018 feeling happy and un-overwhelmed in your business! Sounds pretty good, doesn’t it?

I run two sponsored posts each month. Would you like 150-ish words and five links devoted to your stuff? Check out my traffic and ad info here or drop me a line at sarah@yesandyes.org and we’ll see if we’re a good fit!

How to actually remember your goals + resolutions this year

This post is brought to you by meaningful jewelry, goals you actually remember, the letter W, and Wishbeads.

We’re getting close to goal-setting, resolution-making, ‘my life transformation is going to stick this time’ season, aren’t we?

If you’re anything like the average human, you set a goal/make a wish/create a resolution annnnnnd forget about it 10 days later.

Does this sound familiar? I’d like to introduce you to Wishbeads. They’re gorgeous bracelets made from paper beads that you write your wishes for the future on.

Imagine: navigating life with a physical reminder of your wishes and goals, wrapped around your wrist. Isn’t that lovely?

The end result of your wishwork is a great bracelet, but the process is just as sweet.

You visualize your wish in vivid, gorgeous detail, write it out on the thick, beautiful paper, and then wrap and wind your beads. Making wishbead necklaces and bracelets is a great activity for birthday parties, a New Year’s Eve get together, even a cabin weekend with friends!

Yes & Yes runs two sponsored posts each month. If you’d like 150-ish words devoted to you and your products, check out my ad rates and info here or drop me a line at sarah@yesandyes.org and we’ll get you started!

Can You Be A Minimalist While Owning More Than 4 Things?

This post is brought to you by non-oppressive minimalism, the letter P, and Podge Co

Is this what you picture when you hear the word “Minimalism”? This and a wardrobe that contains, like, four drapey linen items? That you wear while drinking green tea from the one mug you own?

Fun fact! You don’t have to get rid of everything you own or only wear neutral colors in order to benefit from a spot of minimalism. You can use the basic pillars of Minimalism and apply them to any area of your life AND make Minimalism work for you! Genevieve’s free 5-day course can help you do just that.

This is Genevieve and she’s not going to judge you if you own more than two pairs of pants.

Genevieve also does 1-on-1 minimalism coaching, runs amazing workshops, and just generally navigates the world and internet doing good. Check her out – I think you’ll love her!

Yes & Yes runs a few sponsored posts each month. If you’ve like 150-ish words and five links devoted to your work, check out my traffic and ad info here or drop me a line at sarah@yesandyes.org and we’ll see if we’re a good fit!

What does it mean to be a ‘writer’?

This post is brought to you by better written blog posts, semicolons, the letter J, and Jenna Arak.

What does it mean to be a ‘writer’?

Can you consider yourself a writer if you ‘just’ write short stories no one ever sees? If you ‘only’ write on your blog? Is there a timeline or chart that lays out – in no uncertain terms – when you move from “someone who likes to write” to “A Writer”?

This isn’t a simple question, but Jenna is helping us answer it.

Jenna can teach you how to write and publish a personal essay (like hers that ran on Salon.)

And she reminds us that we have to be bad to get good. She teaches us that “‘becoming a writer,’ much like anything worth doing, is a long journey, and I’m still running the first few miles. I am good but I can be better. I have so much to learn, days and days of practice still yet within me.” 

If you’re a fellow writer, a beginning writer, or someone who appreciates good writing, you should check Jenna out. She’s wonderful!

Yes & Yes offers a few sponsored posts each month. If you’d like 150-ish words and five links devoted to your stuff, check out my traffic and ad info here, or drop me a line at sarah@yesandyes.org and we’ll get you started!