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Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

Sarah is a baker, cook, author, and blogger living in Toronto. She believes that food is the best method of healing and a classic way of bringing people together. In her spare time, Sarah does yoga, reads cookbooks, writes stories, and finds ways to make any type of food in her blender.
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Man Gets Ultimatum From Vegan Girlfriend, Who Says It’s Her Or The Cat

A man and his vegan girlfriend have dated for seven months. However, the only hitch in their relationship was his “sweet and cuddly cat” of three years, Mittens. “…My GF was always a little apprehensive around her, and she blamed it on not growing up around cats.” As a result, they mostly spent time at […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

 · 6 min read

8 Physical Traits Mom Passes To The Baby (And 4 From Dad)

Everyone is a mix of their parents. They may have their genetic traits, including their physical features or diseases. They could also have inherited their temperament and adopted their mannerisms while growing up. But genes are something no one can control. Parents can’t decide what traits to give to their kids, and kids can’t pick […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

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Mom shares grave warning to parents after finding teen son dead at his desk

Laura Didier found her 17-year-old son Zachary dead at his desk. He died of fentanyl poisoning, and the mother warns other parents that their children might be at risk. “Our message is just to really be aware of the dangers out there,” she said to Fox News. “…It’s just important that parents understand this [fentanyl] […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

 · 5 min read

Mom Breastfeeds Her 5 & 6-Year-Old Boys in Public and Says It’s Normal

One mom breastfeeds her two boys and plans to continue until they want to stop. Sheryl Wynne’s sons, Riley and Mylo, are five and six years old. Although her family questions this uncommon practice, Wynne, 39, insists that it’s completely normal and has created a lifelong bond between her and her sons. She calls “mummy […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

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The millionaire tech inventor who was ‘thrown away’ as a baby

A newborn only a few hours old was abandoned beside a dumpster in a rural area in Florida. A passerby heard the baby crying and called the police, who took him to the hospital. After that, the infant went into a foster home. However, there is a happy ending to this story. The baby found […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

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19 Things It Took 60 Years To Learn

Dave Barry is an American author, humorist, and Pulitzer prize winner. And, if there’s one thing he’s known for, it’s his funny quotes about things he has learned over the years. Fans have compiled his quotes from his 1997 piece called “25 Things I Have Learned in 50 Years” from his book Dave Barry Turns […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

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9 Things We Used To Do in The Kitchen That Just Don’t Happen Anymore

As the world evolves, so do our kitchens. With the rise of technology, our cooking and baking processes look very different from our grandparents’. Yes, some things haven’t changed at all, like the need for oven mitts or hiding cookies before little snackers eat them all. Our stovetop kettles haven’t evolved much, neither has our whisks, measuring cups, pots, […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

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Mom ‘Cusses Out’ Her Husband For Piercing Their Infant Daughter’s Ears

Piercing an infant’s ears is an ongoing debate. On one side, some people believe that the choice should be up to the child once she grows up. Parents shouldn’t put their babies under a painful modification without their consent. On the other side, piercing an infant’s ears is common in many cultures. Many women who had […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

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The Shelf Life of 32 Foods in Your Pantry

With the current global pandemic, people are rethinking their grocery trips. Whether they are ordering online or shopping in stores, the incentive is the same: stock up on the essentials. It’s best to avoid grocery shopping too often, and ordering online frequently can quickly become expensive. Fortunately, there are many foods that have a long […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

 · 4 min read

Your Mom May Feel Closer To Her Grandkids Than To You. Here’s Why: Study

There’s no denying that grandmothers have a special connection with their grandchildren. After all, it’s the parents’ job to discipline; it’s the grandparents’ job to love and spoil. A study delved into this relationship and found grandmothers may feel emotionally closer to their grandkids than their own offspring.  Why Do Grandmothers Have a Unique Connection […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer