Mary Sauer

Mary Sauer
Mary is a freelance writer living in the Midwest. She writes primarily about family life, food and mental health. Mary’s work has been featured by Vice Munchies, SheKnows, Babble and DailyWorth.

How Small Positive Habits Improved My Daily Happiness

How Small, Positive Habits Helped Me Improve My Daily Happiness

By Mary Sauer | April 9, 2019

Most of our daily habits are small and, because they’re automatic, we barely notice them and how they affect our life. What if we used these small moments to improve our well-being?

Find My Own Definition of Success

3 Things I’m Doing to Find My Own Definition of Success

By Mary Sauer | April 2, 2019

Finding your own definition of success is important to living a fulfilled life. This is how I’ve learned to break free of the pressure to model my success after that of others.

How I Use Journaling to Shift My Mindset

How I Use My Journal to Change My Mindset

By Mary Sauer | February 26, 2019

Journaling allows you to make adjustments to your mindset, and ultimately change the way you behave and the outcome of your days.

The Belief About Motherhood That Was Holding Me Back in My Career

By Mary Sauer | April 27, 2018

I didn’t believe I could be a good mom and have a successful career. I was wrong.

Having a Bad Day? Give Yourself Permission to Start Over

By Mary Sauer | August 22, 2017

Adopt the habit of a hard reset.

How Quitting Instagram Saved Me Money

By Mary Sauer | July 9, 2017

Because we are so heavily influenced by what we see on our screens, we begin to tarnish the relationship we have with our own experiences and the present moment.