Help Stigma Fighters Become a 501C3

Stigma Fighters is a blog series that I created where real people with mental health issues are sharing their journeys.  People living with PTSD, PPD, ADHD, depression, panic disorder and other mental health issues are being candid about their struggles. I am truly amazed by the bravery in these journeys. ...more

Creativity in Social Media

One of the aspects of my personality that makes me great at social media is my creativity. I've been a writer since I could physically hold a pencil. I remember using my mom's electric typewriter at the age of six to type out an elaborate story about a princess who lost her hat. It was a good one....more

Hire Sarah Fader- Social Media Expert

Hi, I'm Sarah Fader and I need a job. I've been blogging since 2009 and recently I became Internet famous when I got on the Huffington Post with my viral controversial piece 3-Year-Olds are Assholes This piece has over 350K likes on Facebook and has been translated into Spanish and German. ...more
osnsmom TedRubin Couldn't of said it better myself!!!!!more

The Semicolon Project: Continuing Our Stories One Choice at a Time

Today I found out about a brave movement called The Semicolon Project. Participants in this project are drawing tattoos of semicolons on their wrists to raise awareness about depression and self-harm. There was a time in my life when I didn’t want to live anymore. I was incredibly hopeless. I was afraid to wake up in the morning because when I opened my eyes I knew that I would have to face the day. If you haven’t struggled with depression, it’s hard to understand these feelings. But they are incredibly awful and real. They are debilitating. ...more
I LOVE The Semicolon Project. Something about not ending everything with a period - how life ...more

My Son Loves My Little Pony, but Do We Have to Call Him a Brony?

For months, I’ve been purchasing the My Little Pony figurines for my daughter, Samara, who is two-years-old. One day Ari, my five-year-old, wanted to watch a show on Netflix and he spotted the My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic picture featuring six colorful ponies with enormous anime character eyes. I figured I’d give the show a try, not knowing if it would hold his attention. As it turned out, after the first episode he was hooked. “Mommy, can I hold the ponies while I watch it?” He asked. “Sure.” I said with a shrug. ...more
Please do consider that they deal with it with friendship. Diamond and Tiara are just helping ...more

I'm Going to BlogHer Thanks to Donors

I'm excited to announce that I did it! I raised the money to attend the BlogHer13' Conference!I'd like to thank all my friends, family, readers, and Sesame Street Characters who donated in order to send me to BlogHer!Thank you for your love and support. Thank you to the folks that shared this link on Facebook. Thank you for all the kind words of encouragement. Thank YOU!I have still yet to give away this gorgeous Amethyst pendant made by the talented Zachary Pryor. If you donate $25, It's yours! Click below to find out more.  ...more

Send Sarah Fader to BlogHer

A little while ago, I wrote a post called I'm Not a Blog Rock Star. I talked about the fact that I'm a real person who copes with social anxiety. Even though I share a lot about my life online, I'm afraid to go to parties and be in large groups. ...more

I Have An Insomniac 2 1/2 Year old

I've dreaded writing this, because if the words come out they make it real, but I can't take it anymore, I have to let it out. My child is an insomniac.There have been several nights that he's been up until midnight and slightly beyond....more

Sarah Fader Interviews Sarah Fader!

My name is Sarah Fader. I live in Brooklyn, NY and have an almost two year old son. I also have a facebook account where I've reconnected with people from my past, current friends and other people named "Sarah Fader."One of the Sarah Fader's I've met lives in Canada and has a child named (get this) "Brooklyn"! What are the chances?...more

What My Resume Leaves Out About Me

I was reading a post by my talented friend, fellow mama, and blogger extraordinaire, Cordulawhere she talked about the things her resume doesn't say about her. See this post here.This is such a creative idea....more