A BBF is a blogging best friend. You can have more than one, but having at least one will really help. Blogging consumes you at times. "Did you join this link up?" "Did you tweet your post?" "Can you see my updated post on Bloglovin?" The list goes on and on. Unless someone is also a blogger, it's hard for them to really get the blogging jargon or have an idea of what you spend all those hours doing.
I was lucky enough to get to meet Sarah face to face (though a BBF can be thousands of miles away). We clicked instantly, like a mouse to a mac, just kidding... and I knew I could come to her with all my blogging lows and woes. We celebrate milestones together, we encourage each other, and we find ways to improve our blogs together.
But I didn't want to talk just about our BBF kinship. Today, I wanted to give you 5 things you can learn from Sarah's blog.
I love Sarah's blog because she puts sports terminology in ways I can understand. I grew up loving baseball but I'm virtually clueless about everything else. Every single time there is a major sporting event I can count on her blog to bring me the knowledge and make me feel cool when conversations drift to athletics.
This girl has skills. I know basic HTML, but Sarah is the queen of graphics. I use her design services on my own blog because she gets me while making it look really pretty.
3. Real Talk
Sarah is honest and real. She reveals herself on her blog in a way that makes you want to get to know her and be her friend. You can be her friend. Just not her BBF. That role is already taken.
4. Picture taking
Every single picture Sarah posts on her blog is pretty and pinnable. I admit, sometimes I get in a rush and don't put in the extra effort. She always does. She also taught me my favorite lesson as of recent: how to manually size blog photos.
Sarah knows how to be a good friend.
She emulates this on her blog and in the way she talks about her
relationship with CB, her mom, and her other friends.
Sarah and I are such great friends, even our dogs get along!