Sarah Moore

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

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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.

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Mercurial would be a nice way to describe me.

Another way to describe me would be completely, utterly, nonsensically erratic, impulsive and flighty.

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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.

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You don’t live in a vacuum. No matter what, other people are a facet of everyday life for almost everyone.

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Call it a passion or a mission. A calling. A purpose.

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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.

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Unless you are truly spectacular (in which case, can I have your number?), you’re likely hanging on to some unfulfilled dreams.

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After freelancing for more than two years, I’m about to start looking for work in a more structured environment.

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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