Sarah’s writing has appeared in The Washington Post’s On Parenting blog, (The College Roommate Paring isn’t So Random Anymore; What we’re Reading, Knick Knack Paddywhack) and The Post’s Op-Ed page shortly after the disappearance of Malaysian flight 370 (How Should Parents Discuss World Catastrophes with their Children?.) She recently kicked off The Weather Channel’s morning show feature on mom bloggers, interviewed by host Maria Larosa, and was a guest on HuffPost Live’s program with Nancy Redd. In 2010, Double X’s Hanna Rosin called Sarah her “new favorite mom blogger,” and she was honored when Lisa Belkin selected two of her posts (When a Child Does Not Sleep; (Finally) Getting Some Sleep) for her NY Times Motherlode blog.
Sarah cut her journalism teeth at CBS News/48 Hours before a career in teaching, motherhood and blogging. She currently posts here, on Sarah's Notes and on her longtime personal blog, Lunch Box Mom.
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Praise for Sarah
“Sarah’s insights into parenting have been a big plus to the On Parenting blog. I look forward to everything she writes. Her essays are often nuanced, funny and thought-provoking.”
-Amy Joyce, Washington Post On Parenting, Editor & Writer
"Sarah has contributed multiple blogs for our parenting series, Smart Parents, which have been featured on GettingSmart.com and The Huffington Post. Her writing is highly engaging and honest and she has able to connect deeply with our readers (something we know based on the number of shares and page views her blogs have received on our site). We are also delighted to feature two of her stories in our upcoming book, Smart Parents: Parenting for Powerful Learning which publishes this August."
-Bonnie Lathram, learner experience manager + contributing author, Getting Smart