Whether you want to hear from a mom who has battled the terrible twos and lived to tell the tale or searching for reliable, expert-approved reasons for why your baby has stopped sleeping through the night, I'm here for you. Making you feel less alone in your parenting motivates my work as mother/writer every single day.
Sarah Bradley is a freelance writer in the health and parenting spheres. She has been creating digital and print content for more than 10 years. Her personal essays and reported articles are regularly featured at sites like Women's Health, Parents, and Health.com. Her work has also appeared at On Parenting by The Washington Post and at Oprahmag.com.
As a homeschooling mom with three young sons (and a puppy!), Sarah doesn't have a lot of "free time," but she does enjoy baking, DIY projects, and hiking with her family. She also loves creative writing—having taught it to teens and adults for several years—and hopes to one day publish her first novel.
Sarah received her bachelor of arts degree in English from Southern Connecticut State University in 2006.
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