Sara's specialties include article writing, blogging, and opinion pieces. She is best at crafting innovative arguments and poking holes in existing research.
Sara's interests include psychology, philosophy, health, wellness, and future-of-work. She is especially interested in exploring writing about politics and policy.
Psychology degree with minors in English and Philosophy.
Individualized study at NYU's Gallatin School in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy.
Sara's health writing overlaps with her self-help writing when articles are about fitness, wellness, and health tips. These articles often involve briefs of recent medical studies and integrate tips for how to implement study recommendations in real life.
Sara has frequently written articles on fitness, health, wellness, and mindfulness tips. Her self help articles often come in the form of diet and exercise advice, mental health help, and business wellness, such as co-worker relations or relationships with bosses.
Sara has written articles on office relationships and office culture, but is willing to branch out and write about romantic relationships or friendships. Her MA degree is psychology provides her with a firm theoretical grounding in human dynamics which she has consequently applied to her writing.
Sara write about office culture in the form of blog posts and articles. She has experience in writing about the psychological aspect of the workplace and how one's psychological state can impact their work performance and their ability to relate to coworkers. She also has done some writing on the future of work, and how the work world will look in terms of hybrid teams after COVID.
Sara has written numerous articles per week for the past 10 months for a business news website. Topics range from health and wellness to psychology, office life, business news.
Sara has written blog posts about the future of work for numerous start-ups specializing in coaching, HR, and workplace management.