I have spent much of my adult life traveling the world and experiencing as many different cultures, places, and people as possible. While in undergrad, getting a BA in Film Studies and Art Studio, I spent a semester studying abroad in Australia. While there I was bitten by the travel bug and infected for life with something called "wanderlust." There might be a cure, but I'm not too worried about it.
After graduating from college, I moved to Thailand to teach English at a high school in Khon Kaen. That experience helped me realize that living abroad is what makes me truly happy, but teaching didn’t quite scratch the same itch. However, my time as an English teacher gave me a newfound appreciation for the language and I moved to Dublin, Ireland to pursue my MFA in Creative Writing.
I learned so much about writing, editing, and publishing while in my MFA program but, most importantly, I learned that I have a great passion for normalizing sexuality and educating about how to have not only safe sex, but also good sex. This fall I will be starting a MS program in General Psychology. This will build a well rounded foundation and act as a stepping stone in the bridge between my art past and science future as I move on to earn my PhD in Sexology. One day I will be Dr. Sarah, Sexologist, and I will work as a practicing sex and relationship counselor as well as a sex educator for teens, young adults, and grown adults. In the meantime, I will be dedicating my time to my studies, continuing to travel, and writing about everything I learn and see, both in fiction and nonfiction mediums.