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SarahBrichetto

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Born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee, Sarah moved to New Orleans in 2009 after graduating from the University of Tennessee (Go Vols!) and is proud to call New Orleans home. She is a CPA and the Finance Director at a local real estate development company. Sarah lives in the Freret neighborhood with her husband, Matt, and their three kids: Elizabeth, Paul and Isaac. You can often find them roaming the neighborhood streets, taking streetcar rides, or enjoying one of the many local parks. In her non-existent free time, Sarah loves to try the newest local restaurants, cook, read, and write.

Sunday: Reset

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Do you suffer from the Sunday Scaries? Do the Monday Blues get you down? Me too. What Happens My mood shifts, starting mid-afternoon on Sunday. My mind starts reminding my body that it is almost time to...

Football Fever: Why I Love The Game

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I know this could be considered a controversial opinion, but I’ll say it: I love football. Something about the changing of seasons from Summer to Fall gives me all the football feels. The three reasons...

A Farewell to Daycare

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Recently, we picked up a kid from daycare for the last time. This was a known event, an understood timeframe, but even still, the grief of the day came quickly. I found myself in...

Why I’m Becoming a Lazy Genius and Why You Should, Too

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For my birthday, a friend gifted me with a copy of Kendra Adachi’s book The Lazy Genius Way, and I recently sat down and opened it. The next day, I’d devoured it. I realized...

On Flowers and Phases :: Being Present and Enjoying What is In Front of...

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The morning rush can be pretty hectic at my house - trying to wrangle three kids and two parents out of the house with lunches, backpacks, and all the necessities by 7:45 can cause...

Give ‘Em Five: Getting Other Adults Involved in the Lives of Your Kids

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You've probably heard of the idea that you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with. This is usually shared as a caution for adults, or possibly even teenagers, to...
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Revisiting My Post-Coronavirus Bucket List

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With my upcoming appointment for my second dose of the Pfizer vaccine just days away, and feeling both extremely excited for the potential freedom this will allow and also very reflective on, I decided...

Just So

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One of the biggest challenges in the layout of our house is that we don't have a pantry. Because of that, I have pantry items stored in our cabinets, which means my mixing bowls...

A Prayer for My Girl On International Women’s Day

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May you never be afraid to fail. I know you try so hard to do everything perfectly. I see you get frustrated when you don’t understand something new, and I have watched you cry when...

Mourning Mardi Gras

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My struggle started this year on January 6, aka Epiphany, aka King's Day, aka the start of Carnival Season. I was minding my own business, quietly sitting at my desk in a nearly empty office,...

Working Moms: Why They Make Great Employees and What Employers Can Do To Keep...

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I’ve been a proud member of the working world for a decade now, and it has just occurred to me that over half of that time, I’ve been a working mom. I’m not saying...

My New Year’s Resolution: A Toast and a Prayer

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I have a love/hate relationship with New Year’s Resolutions. I think they goal-setting is a valuable tool for making real and needed changes in our lives, but I also find the task can be...

Heart Helper

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When my daughter and her classmates returned to in-person school in October, one of her (and my!) favorite differences from online school was the return of the Classroom Jobs. As I learned over the...

Can I Help?

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My daughter is almost seven, and recently she has taken an interest in helping around the house, especially in the kitchen. I am thankful for her sweet little heart to help her momma, but...