Sharon Greenthal is a freelance writer and content creator.
Sharon writes about midlife, parenting young adults, marriage, money, college, senior living, home maintenance and design, and other topics. She is reliable, quick to respond and get the job done, and easy to work with on any project big or small.
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Reported articles and essays on AARP newsletters The Girlfriend and The Ethel.
- How to Really Stay Connected to Your Grandkids
- Everyone I Know is a Grandmother But Me
- Our Two Week Safecation Roadtrip
- 8 Online Shops for Discerning Shoppers
- Did I Know What I Was Getting Into Having a Baby at 50?
- Career Change in the Midlife Empty Nest
- Becoming a Father for the First Time After 50
Need Help with Parenting During the Teen Years?
Essays and personal stories published on Purple Clover, a website for midlife.
PARENTING YOUNG ADULT EXPERT
As the Parenting Young Adult Experts on Verywell.com, Sharon addressed a wide range of topics about navigating parenthood when the kids grow up.
Steps for Young Adults to Open and Maintain a 401(k)
Should Parents Fund Their College Students’ Vacation?
If You’re a Young Adult, See Where You Spend Money
7 Job Search Tips and Tools for Millennials
Summer Job or Internship: What’s Best for College Students?
Parenting an Average Student
Why We Medicated our ADD Son
How Social Media Can Be Hell for Parents of College Students
Why Walking My Dog is Like Raising My Kids
We Celebrate the Firsts, But What About the Lasts?
25 Reasons I’m Glad My Kids are Grown Up
10 Tips for When Your Child Applies to College
The Smartest Thing We Ever Did for Our College-Aged Son
Why My Children Didn’t Have Jobs in High School
A Letter to My 21 Year Old Son
The Secret to My Marriage
Better After 50
Size 12 and Beautiful
Why I Love “Girls” – at 51
500 Lunches and Counting
A Child of Divorce – at 49
Why You Need Pinterest and Twitter
Hibernate to Rejuvenate
The Guilty Pleasures of Shopping
College Avenue Student Loans
Sharon was a contributor to Huff Post from the very beginning of her writing career and had a number of posts go viral.
Read Sharon’s stories at HuffPost here.