Journalist, author and radio presenter
Sarah Macdonald Sarah MacDonald on why deflecting praise isn't necessarily the same as self-loathing.
Sarah Macdonald Sarah MacDonald on reclaiming a new self-identity after parenthood.
Sarah Macdonald Sarah Macdonald on the power of admitting your own error.
Sarah Macdonald Children develop faith in their own sweet way, as Sarah Macdonald finds.
Sarah Macdonald What do our regrets say about us? SARAH MACDONALD on the ultimate Catch-22 of parenting.
Sarah Macdonald Why we need to celebrate the small things to stay sane.
Born again dads
Sarah Macdonald A family split can often force men to renegotiate work schedules and reassess how much quality time they really spend with their children
Sarah Macdonald Pathologising technology is 'clearly stupid', but how much is too much?
Sarah Macdonald Good idea? Or diminishing a woman’s right to use her body as she desires?
Sarah Macdonald SARAH MACDONALD has never been a fan of fairy lights and Santa. Until now.
Sarah Macdonald Why we admire men who are with smart, strong woman.
Sarah Macdonald And is it an absolutely irreversible decision once it's been made?
Sarah Macdonald And why do studies always suggest that women are better at it than men?
Sarah MacDonald For about a week. But what a good week it was, right?
Ties that bind
Sarah Macdonald SARAH MACDONALD reflects on how we revere first man in our lives.
Sarah Macdonald One study says the stay-at-home dad arrangement is the most beneficial for the child.
Sarah Macdonald Since when has 'being different' become a disorder?
Life and Love
Sarah Macdonald How Girls makes the women of Sex and the City girls look like drag queens.
Sarah Macdonald Re-adjusting to life in the suburbs