“Do your best and forget the rest.” – Tony Horton
Rachael is a typical gal who enjoys the finer things in life. You know . . . clean clothes, the dishes washed, polite children, feet that smell like roses. Her favorite color is green, but blue is a close second.
There’s a reason she’s a writer, and it’s pretty simple. It’s because when she’s not rehearsed her thoughts and opens her mouth to talk she ends up rambling, but when her fingers do the talking her thoughts have a chance to get in line. Of course, once you’re well acquainted you’ll find that Rachael is talkative, passionate, a goofball, and more than willing to make jokes at her own expense.
Rachael fell in love with writing in middle school. She received several scholarships including a full year to NIC and used it to pursue communications: radio journalism, but being a wife and mom was her number one job choice. Rachael got married that first year of college and decided not to return the next year for several reasons, but the most prominent one being she hated the idea of wasting money on pursuing a career she wasn’t 100% sure was what she wanted.
In the following years she worked as a customer service rep with Verizon Wireless but then got a promotion at her dream job when they had their first daughter, and SAHM was the official career title. She and her husband have been married sixteen years and have four amazing kids, which just proves there’s no possible way Rachael could spend her days sitting on the couch watching soap operas and eating bon bons (but the idea sounds nice . . . .).