Sarah Moore is a freelance writer and copywriter who loves covering neuroscience, genetics, sustainability and anything related to aliens. She holds a master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and currently blogs at www.positivelydreaming.com.
Content by Sarah Moore
I hear a lot of crying these days. In fact, playing mom to a 1-year-old and a 2-year-old doesn’t leave much room for not crying time.
Mercurial would be a nice way to describe me.
Another way to describe me would be completely, utterly, nonsensically erratic, impulsive and flighty.
I put a high premium on being master of my own destiny, which is why when I graduated with a master’s degree in journalism four years ago, I decided to work from home.
You don’t live in a vacuum. No matter what, other people are a facet of everyday life for almost everyone.
Call it a passion or a mission. A calling. A purpose.
At first glance the answer to this question seems almost embarrassingly obvious. We read for knowledge, we read for pleasure, we read because someone told us to.
Unless you are truly spectacular (in which case, can I have your number?), you’re likely hanging on to some unfulfilled dreams.
After freelancing for more than two years, I’m about to start looking for work in a more structured environment.
We’ve all heard it: the endless advice to “fake it till you make it” or “put on a happy face.” Frankly, it seems a little too Pollyanna-ish on the best of days, and when I’m in a bad mood or feelin
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