Sarah Savage

Sarah Savage
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Sarah Savage is originally from Crestview, Florida, but has called the Auburn/Opelika area home for the last 13 years. She graduated from Auburn in 2012 with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a minor in Human Development and Family Studies. She and her husband, Jonathan, have a five year old daughter and a two year old son. Sarah works part time from home as a Communications Editor for Auburn University, but spends most of her time attempting to keep her kids from climbing—and subsequently falling off—furniture and providing an endless supply of snacks. She enjoys working out, reading, baking, listening to podcasts, and post dinner stroller walks with her family.

The Enneagram is Making Me a Better Mom (and Wife)

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This year I was invited to join a summer book club by a mom I’d met at the gym. I was just excited that she’d thought to invite me and wanted the opportunity to...

My House is Actually Pretty Tidy. Please Don’t Hate Me.

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I love the direction mom culture is headed in. More women are sharing the hard stuff - stories of miscarriage, postpartum depression and anxiety, infertility, sleepless nights and toddler tantrums - and using humor...

I Want Another Baby But I’m Terrified

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I recently got to spend some time with my best friend and her new baby boy. He was two weeks old when I met him and a complete angel. He pretty much just slept...

Caught in the Trap of Social Media Comparison

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I was chatting with another mom in the gym the other day about her workouts. I saw her do an exercise in the gym that I didn’t know how to do and asked if...

Moms Are for Fun, Not Just Caregiving.

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My baby turned two years old last week. We decided to forgo a party and instead take her to the Birmingham Zoo with her grandparents. I was a little worried about the heat when...

Please Don’t Judge Me if I Knock My Child Over in Public

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Hi, my name is Sarah, and I’m super accident prone. Thankfully, not the broken bones, stitches, and ER trips kind of accident prone. Just the superficial cuts, bruises, and trips to the chiropractor (Hi,...

Postpartum Depression Almost Destroyed Me

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“That isn’t going to be me.” I knew all the signs. I’d read the research. I knew the possibilities. The words of my grad school professor kept bouncing around in my head. “The biggest...

5 Reasons the Opelika Sportsplex Should Be Your New BFF this Summer (and all...

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The school system may say that summer is over, but summer as a season is certainly not. We’ve still got a couple more months of long hot days that moms with preschoolers need to...

I Totally Remember Life Before Kids and it was Glorious

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You’ve probably seen a post like this somewhere on social media. Maybe it’s a birthday or anniversary or old Facebook memory that popped up and someone is reminiscing about their children. They will say...