Journalist, author and radio presenter
Sarah Macdonald A recent article in the Washington Post is just another example of the push telling us that family dinners are good for the brain, the body, the spirit and world peace.
Sarah Macdonald All parents are different but they do one thing the same. They vow to be different
Sarah Macdonald Don't assume all parents love children, warns Sarah Macdonald.
Sarah Macdonald It’s time workplaces recognised the benefits of hiring working mothers.
Sarah Macdonald This is not another blog about parenting techniques.
Sarah Macdonald Studies have proved women who negotiate better pay rises are more disliked and seen as less socially skilled,
Sarah Macdonald Children are vulnerable, they are dependent upon us, they are smaller than us, they are learning from us.
Sarah Macdonald On consent, permission, control and the celebrity mum.
Sarah Macdonald The trouble with calling out 'villains' in the baby making business.
The marriage test
Sarah Macdonald A new study plots the effect of a woman's success on their chances of getting and staying married.
Sarah Macdonald Elizabeth Gilbert thinks we should stop using the word 'balance' as a weapon against each other.
Sarah Macdonald Life with a child is a triumph of hope and a tonne of struggle. Celebrate while you can.
Sarah Macdonald Procrastination's evil twin is probably making you just as inefficient.
Sarah Macdonald Should we mourn or celebrate her dwindling tribe?
Awkward parenting moments
Sarah Macdonald It’s the sex information night at our local public school this week. But here's why my kids won't be going.
Sarah Macdonald What if your kid hates whistles, coaches and sponsored uniforms? Should you really force them to change?
Sarah Macdonald Parenting books say yes, but Sarah MacDonald isn't so sure.
Sarah Macdonald Sarah Macdonald on how to climb back up the sexual cliff.
Sarah Macdonald Schools are banning red pen in the name of positivity, but are we going too far?
Sarah Macdonald By saturating our children with pressures we are robbing them of their childhoods.