Rachel is an avid traveler. She is most knowledgeable about traveling in Florida, New York City, and the United Kingdom. She is also an accomplished fiction writer who has won awards for her short stories and novel excerpts.
Rachel loves traveling, reading, listening to music, watching movies, and going to the theater. Writing is her number one passion, though. She loves every type of writing from fiction to script-writing to copy-writing. Rachel feels happiest sitting in front of her computer with a cup of coffee next to her and a day of writing in front of her.
Rachel is two weeks away from completing her Bachelor of Arts in English with a Creative Writing concentration. She has spent her time in school reading and analyzing other people's stories and also writing her own work.
Rachel wrote a series of articles about dating in college for a website that covers all aspects of college life. She covered many issues that come up in relationships. These include how to meet people, how to tell if someone likes you, how to tell if a relationship is working, ideas for dates, and when to decide if it's time to break-up.
Rachel wrote an article for a company's beauty blog about the benefits of coconut oil for hair health and growth. She has also written a series of articles about beauty tips for girls in college which included makeup ideas, fashion tips, and ways to boost self-confidence and self-esteem.
Rachel has both worked for clients in the travel industry and run her own travel blog. On her travel blog, she tells travel stories and given destination tips. For her clients, she has written research-based articles about various destinations. She has also written articles that give advice to various types of travelers, including solo travelers and families.
Rachel has written blog posts in a variety of fields. These include beauty, travel, college tips and advice, home improvement, and home decoration. These blog posts have ranged in length from 400-1000 words. Some have been research-based, some were based on Rachel's personal experiences, and others were based on information given by the client.