Sarah Pearsall

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Sarah E. Pearsall received her MFA in creative writing from Florida International University. She and her family moved to the Tampa Bay area in May of 2015 from West Palm Beach, FL and is currently a writing instructor at the University of South Florida and a freelance food writer. Mom to two delightfully unique boys, one on the autism spectrum, Sarah is deeply passionate about autism awareness and education. As a special needs homeschooling family, Sarah hopes to bring her experiences as a mom to her writing and share them with others going through the same things.

Top 5 Online Fast & Easy Halloween Treats You Can Make With Your Kids

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Our lives are super busy and it can be hard to find time to create cute and tasty treats for Halloween. I have spent hours scouring the web for the best & easiest treats...

Oh Fudge! An Ode to America’s Nostalgic Confection and the Art of Childhood Failure

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American lore tells us that fudge first made its grand debut at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY, at a senior auction in 1892. Whether this is true or not will remain a mystery, but what we do...

Tales from the Unschoolers: A Day in the Life of an Unschooling Family, Part...

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After our busy mornings attending classes, playing with friends, and doing some classic studies, the hours after lunch are a peaceful time at our house. When you call yourself an “unschooling” family, it can...
Tampa Bay unschool

Tales from the Unschoolers: A Day in the Life of an Unschooling Family, ...

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It’s ten o’clock in the morning on a Wednesday in the middle of January; a time when children are expected to be in school, sitting upright with pen and paper in hand, having knowledge...

Best Ever Mock-Homemade Memorial Day Cupcakes

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   Memorial Day weekend is the official start of summer. For many of us, it means time spent with family and friends. It also means food. Why not make these super easy cupcakes to add...

The Backyard Thief: A Journey to Understanding Autism {Part 2}

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The gate swung open and for a moment I felt like the little girl from the Secret Garden. We stood inside the yard, still and silent, holding hands in the shade of the Banyan...

The Backyard Thief: A Journey to Understanding Autism {Part 1}

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I have a confession to make. One summer, I stole a backyard. If you had seen my own pathetic excuse for a back yard, I would have your full support. What I had wasn’t...

Sex-Positive Parenting: Talking about Pornography with your Kids

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Your child has been watching porn, now what? The dreaded day had finally arrived. My eleven-year-old son came to me, guilt-stricken, and admitted that he had been curious and Googled “Porn”. On one hand,...

The Science of Soda: Make Delightfully Fizzy Drinks at Home with your Kids

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 My son received a soda-making kit for Christmas this year. After a half hour reading the instructions and mixing the powder packets into water, we were all disappointed in the results. This was a...