About Sara

I’m a creative consultant. I write freelance for a number of organizations (some of them famous, some of them less so), and I’ve been blogging in various guises since 2001.

I’m from the gloriously underrated state of Michigan and lived in Scotland for a decade after college. They are incredibly similar when you scratch beneath the surface.

I’ve recently forsaken them both for the Chicago skyline.


Que Sera Sara is a personal project investigating the increasingly grey area of personal, professional and social in the digital age.

Sometimes it’s messy. It’s almost always full of terrible photos. It’s real life on the page. (Why the name, you ask? Exhibit A.)

Here you can find travelogues and cultural commentary alongside rainy day games and cupcake recipes.

One of the key strands when we set off on this journey was project is Thirty Things for Thirty Years. I spent a year doing silly things in an effort to embrace who I want to be. She is:

  • Someone who has fun every single day
  • Someone who takes risks
  • Someone who laughs all the time
  • Someone who is an absolute idiot and not ashamed of it. (This last one is very important.)


This log of my exploits is to be an old fashioned quest log. Like Lewis  & Clarke. Or Marco Polo.

It’s notes on a new terrain, and probably some digressions about my encounters along the way.

So there you go.

Welcome to my world.

It’s under construction. Please pardon the mess.


Have unanswered questions?

I can often be found on Twitter, or you can try saramgrady (at) gmail (dot) com.

Go on, say hi. I like strangers.

3 Responses to “About Sara”
  1. beeseeker says:

    fine introduction: glad you enjoyed your stay here.
    Best wishes.


  2. Hi Sara

    My name is Kevin Gillespie. I do, MUCH prefer to be called Kev though. :).

    I live in Cardiff, & am now Following your Blog. :).

    Best Wishes. 🙂


  3. stanito says:

    I liked this blog and how you introduce it 🙂 keep up!


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