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About Sarah Brownlee

Sarah Brownlee

Sarah Brownlee

Having worked as a teacher, a bartender, and even a private investigator, writing was something Sarah Brownlee just fell into, even though it had been her passion since she was a little girl.

To date, she has written and published 3 Children and Young Adult fiction novels, ghostwritten for others, and produced hundreds of articles published all around the web. Sarah has a strong interest in esoteric topics, such as Tarot and Chinese Astrology and writes regularly on these topics for Astrology Answers.

Born and raised in London, England, Sarah flits to and from the Philippines and currently resides in the English county of Devon, which she adores for its deep connection with nature. Sarah is a strong advocate against the Dog Meat Torture Trade in China and the Far-East. She currently heads a 4,000-strong campaign group against the cruelty inflicted on dogs and cats in South East Asia, and is working with the UK government to change legislation in these countries.

Latest Posts From Sarah Brownlee

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10 Body-Positive Social Media Accounts You Should Be Following

If we are honest with ourselves - we have all experienced body hang-ups at some point or another and many of us still do. In fact, issues with image and appearance is something that affects more people than we realize. ... Read More
Two people are holding a black paper cut out heart.

10 Mantras to Help You Forgive & Let Go

During at least one stage in our lives, all of us have felt the sting of hurt and betrayal. When someone hurts us, especially someone close to us, the wound can last for a long time. The process is a... Read More
A bunch of green vegetables on a counter.

10 Reasons Why You Should Eat Your Vegetables

It's something we tend to hear as children: "Eat all your vegetables or you won't grow big and strong!" Perhaps there's something about being forced to eat vegetables when we're young that makes us so averse to them today. The... Read More
A woman stands in a field of sunflowers and smiles widely in the summer sun. She is wearing overalls and has long brown hair.

Smile Bright: Finding Big Joy in Small Places

How often do you smile? It may seem like a bit of an odd question and probably not something the average person thinks about. But smiling more often can help us in more ways than one. For example, smiling results... Read More
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Morning to Evening DIY Pamper Session: Isolation Edition

With the world gripped in the pandemic of Covid-19, we find ourselves staying at home more, and some of us with more time on our hands. Anxiety and worry can be high right now, but there are also many positives... Read More
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A Room-by-Room Guide to Decluttering Your Home

The Art of Decluttering (and yes, it is an art) is one we all attempt at some time or another – often multiple times. For some, the challenge is a welcome one; for others, it pulls them into the grips of... Read More