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About Sarah McCullough

Sarah McCullough

Sarah McCullough

Sarah focuses on stress management, healthy sleep, and how interior design and colour contribute to relaxing environments. By day, Sarah works in Human Resources, eagerly absorbing knowledge about the human psyche and why we behave and interact the way we do.

Sarah started her career journey with a single year in the Fine Arts program at the University of Alberta. Unsatisfied with the idea of taking on art as a job, she moved into a series of opportunities to offer her skills to local businesses and non-profits alike. Her entrepreneurial spirit has kept her busy, and she’s always ready to take on new challenges. Unabashedly curious about her environment, she is constantly looking to strike a balance in her world — practicing self-confidence with humility, a harmonious work/life balance, and mixing fantasy with reality.

Sarah can be found working on an interior design certificate, training for a 5K, amateur gardening, working on her novel, and hanging out with her 2-year-old Newfoundland dog, Dio.

Latest Posts From Sarah McCullough

woman spending time with her poodle

Self-Care Sunday: Animal Therapy

We've all felt the emotional effects of having a beloved pet in our lives - from your dog waiting for you at the door when you get home, to your bird who wakes you up every morning with a friendly... Read More
compulsive shopper woman

Compulsive Shopping: How I Stopped Buying Into Fantasy

Lancome stopped selling Juicy Tubes in Canada (Why, Lancome? Why?!) five years ago - but I still have seven. My name is Sarah and I am overcoming a compulsive cosmetics shopping obsession. At one point not long ago, I had... Read More
employee appreciation

Why Employee Appreciation Needs to Happen Year Round

Employee appreciation is a hot topic these days - especially in the HR world. Recognition programs are on the rise, but what's the big deal? Does it make much of a difference? The truth is - employee appreciation plays a... Read More
sad father hugging children

Sad Dads: How Can We Help?

All of my friends had kids. From my mom crew, I have heard everything under the sun about the difficulties of having a baby - lack of sleep, baby brain, feeling exhausted, not wanting to have sex with their partners,... Read More
woman saving money

Doing These 6 Things Can Save You $2,000

There are few of us who would turn down a handful of cash, but to whittle it out of our own hard earned money may seem too hard to accomplish. Does $166 sound like a lot though? If you break it... Read More
bowl repaired using kintsugi method

Inspired by Kintsugi - Mend What Was Broken & Embrace Your Scars

Do we live in a disposable society? Consumerism would have us believe that when something breaks, be it your TV, your bed, your heart - that we should toss it out and get a brand new shiny one. Starting fresh... Read More