"I believe our words and thoughts have power, they create the life we intend to live. So as writer, I live by the rules to provide truth through my words, and to showcase self-care within my actions. Think brightly, and live accordingly."
I guess this is where I introduce myself. I'm Yetti, a twenty-something-year-old quickly approaching my thirties and l'm an introvert that has found solace in sharing on the internet. I've been blogging since the age of 15, when WordPress and Blogger didn't exist, and though my "niche" has changed once or twice, my passion for keeping it real has not. I write about the beauty and messiness of life. I write about the stuff no one ever wants to address or share. And sometimes, I simply write for my sanity. Here at YettiSays.com, you'll find my every struggles, blessings and truths.
Outside of blogging, I'm a lover of all things stationary, creative, and STEM-related. I'm also a beauty products junkie (not a guru) and that's something you may see me dabble in on my YouTube channel.
I love french toast, and I'm pretty sure Whitley from 'A Different World' is my spirit animal. I just sound less nasal and I'm not as annoying or boujie. But most importantly, I am an advocate for Mental Health Awareness and a firm believer in self-care and self-love. In fact, Mental-Health awareness is a huge part of my life, but you'll figure that out once you a read a few posts.
Welcome to YettiSays! I'm excited (and nervous, very nervous) to share my sacred space on the internet with you.
P.S - This now makes us friends.
Why Personal Blogging?
"Personal blogging is pure utter madness. Madness executed out of fear. It’s fun but it’s not. It’s painful but rewarding. Tiring but exciting. It’s therapy at my fingertips. Power in the sharpness of my tongue. It’s my heart on my sleeve, and my mind on absolute display. It’s not for portraying perfectionism, but more like showing the world that I can come undone and still conquer life with grace. It’s not for saving face in moments of messiness and pain, but more so revealing the truth and beauty in tear stained cheeks and smudged mascara. Storytelling is writing with purpose and intention, and it takes a very brave soul to do it. Or someone that is scared shitless. I was the latter. I'm 14 years in, 7 different domain names, and a blog that screams my unapologetic truth, and I am still the latter."