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Sarah Klongerbo at the Palisades in South Dakota

This isn’t the announcement I wanted to share. This is the story of my miscarriage — my heartbreak, my hope, and the little baby heaven gained in June 2021.

Walking Without: My Story of Miscarriage, Heartbreak, and Hope

Sarah Klongerbo and friends on a hike

I got some hard news. But I have the best community — of friends, family, and even fellow freelancers. Here’s my June 2021 recap.

June 2021: Highs, Lows, and Tip / Trick / Tool of the Month

Sarah Klongerbo on a bench in Kansas City

I wrapped up a fun brand strategy project. I calculated the time I tracked in April. I’m distracted. Here are my highlights from May 2021!

May 2021: Highs, Lows, and Tip / Trick / Tool of the Month

Sarah Klongerbo and friends at the top of Camelback Mountain

I launched my first freebie. And my first survey. And they did…okay. Here are my highs, lows, and best business-building tips of April 2021.

April 2021: Highs, Lows, and Tip / Trick / Tool of the Month

Sarah and Troy Klongerbo with their brother, sister-in-law, and their puppy

I’ve bitten off more than I can chew. I said my first “no.” Here are my highs, lows, and favorite tips from March 2021.

March 2021: Highs, Lows, and Tip / Trick / Tool of the Month

Sarah Klongerbo and Grandma Helen

I found a poem in my grandma Helen’s Bible days before she passed. It sparked a few thoughts.

The Crowd Who Helps Us Run: Reflections from My Grandma’s Funeral

Troy and Sarah Klongerbo in the snow

I moved into a downtown office. I’m behind on to-dos. My grandma passed away. Here are my February 2021 high- (and low)lights.

February 2021: Highs, Lows, and Tip / Trick / Tool of the Month

Sarah and Troy Klongerbo hunting in South Dakota

I launched a business. I participated in the Sioux Falls Burger Battle. I’m being too perfectionistic. Here are my January 2021 highlights!

January 2021: Highs, Lows, and Tip / Trick / Tool of the Month

Mountains at sunrise, showing hope that you will be okay

Like my mother, Tiffany Wendt was an absolute knockout, both in body and in spirit. And like my mother, she was called home too soon.

You Will Be Okay.