Welcome to Content Empowered Learning
Learn how the concepts of Boundaries, Accountability, and Grace can be applied to every aspect of your life, from your closest relationships to your interaction with your community and the world.
Content Empowered Learning is dedicated to healing divisions and empowering learners to trust their own insights, inspirations, and discernment.
This is a safe space to become your smartest YOU!
Current Opportunities to GROW!
Do you ever feel like you’re the only one who who’s tired of the endless debate and division?
Do you sometimes wonder if you’re the only one who wants to silence all the noise?
Not only are you absolutely NOT the only one, but there are so many of us out there!
Content Empowered Learning offers a refuge for anyone who is overwhelmed by the chaos of a noisy world.
How Can We Help?
Information is flying at us from all directions.
It’s sometimes hard to know what to believe or who to trust.
At Content Empowered Learning, we teach you to trust YOU!
Your own Insights
Your own Inspiration
Your own Intelligence
So you can get back to living a confident, more peaceful life,
regardless of what’s going on in the world around you.
Meet the Founder
My name is Sara Beth Wald, but I go by Sara. I’m a content writer in Montana, USA. I’m a former newspaper columnist and social worker with a master’s degree in journalism from Michigan State University. I have worked as a writer, editor, and journalist in the academic, corporate, and print media sectors.
As a former social worker and trauma survivor, I know a thing or two about healing, mindfulness, and honoring personal boundaries with accountability and grace. As a media scholar, I am passionate about the news media, and how it impacts our mental health.
Content Empowered Learning grew organically out of my own need to make sense of a chaotic and sometimes unsettling reality. I had a theory that the same healing principles I used to overcome trauma could be utilized to address all areas of human life and culture. And it turns out, I was right!