Sarah Kaechele

Sarah Kaechele
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Sarah is a new mom to 6-month-old Henry. Originally from the Chicago suburbs, she graduated from the University of Illinois in 2013 and moved to Columbus to pursue a career in retail. She currently works at the Victoria’s Secret PINK Home Office. She lives in Clintonville with her husband, son, and dog who very much misses his days as an only child. Outside of work and family she enjoys reserving books at the library and then forgetting to pick them up (but somehow still reads a few books a month), exploring Clintonville by foot and bike, and oversharing on Instagram stories (add her at @Sarah_Kaechele). She enjoyed traveling prior to becoming a mom and is hoping to get the hang of it again sometime in the next five years.
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Ten Tips for Your First Morning Back at Work

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Five Unique Ways to Celebrate Birthdays While Socially Distanced

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Let’s call it like it is - it sucks to have a birthday during quarantine. No hugging friends, no running around an indoor playground, no blowing out candles and sharing cake with friends. It’s...
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Why You Should Try Journaling Right Now

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Growing up, I always journaled. I didn’t always have a dedicated notebook or diary but with all of my adolescent emotions, I often found writing out my thoughts was the only way I could...

How Having a Baby Changes Your Relationship With Your Dog

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How Having a Baby Changed My Relationship With Cooking

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Cooking Became the Last Thing on my Mind I stopped cooking when my son was born. Overnight I went from making chicken tikka masala from scratch to not having the energy to heat up leftover...