Hi! I'm Sarah, aka "Say"

After years of sharing my story on Instagram, this is blog to share just a little more, give a little more, and have a place of love, community, positivity and inspiration.

And who doesn't want to know random facts?

I'm 31

I'm a mother of 3 (two girls and a boy)

I'm Canadian (eh)

I love sharks & Star Wars, and have a wee crush on Darth Vader.

I love to thrift and 90% of my wardrobe is thrifted locally. I love how thrifting pushes you into creative thinking for style, and you can make so many outfits for under $20.

I really enjoy doing makeup. Since my 13 year old self was only allowed mascara, and I manipulated that one mascara into eyeshadow and liner. It was not a good look, but we all have humble beginnings!

I'm basically terrified of sports, or anything that there's a 10% chance I get injured doing. Naturally, I fall down the stairs quite well on my own. Who needs sports?

I am an extrovert with grandma tendencies. Meaning, I love people, love to be around them. But netflix and onesies? amen amen.

Thanks for being here, friends.
Looking forward to this little adventure.


  1. I have been following you on instagram for a while. You are incredible and I'm excited to read your blog now.

  2. I have been following you on instagram for a while. You are incredible and I'm excited to read your blog now.

  3. You are a delight! Can't wait to read more from a fellow Canadian!

  4. First off, you're amazing!! I stumbled across your Instagram and blog on pinterest and I can not believe how much it spoke to me. I am essentially you, 4 years ago. I am 30 years old, married, 4 kids (ages 8-2) and also Canadian, eh! �� My story is so similar to yours, with one exception. I still have not found my path to consistent weight loss. Like you, I was always the not quite fat but not quite thin girl, I was a healthy size 12 for most of my high school years but it never seemed good enough and eventually I just accepted the label that seemed to be placed on me and I ate and did what I wanted (giving in quite heavily, to my food addiction) I started dating someone at 16 who loved me no matter what, which gave me a false sense of security and if I'm honest,still does, since I married him and every day he tells me I am beautiful and I know he means it but everyday, when I look in the mirror, I know I am unhealthy and need to do better. I have 1 son and 3 daughters, and I am terrified I will pass my bad habits and insecurities down to them. I know I need to do something but everything I have tried, has failed. I am at my heaviest now (5'6 and 230lbs) I want to change but all of it feels so daunting, I have no idea where to begin.


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