I was born and raised in Birmingham, AL. I lived in the same house for 19 years and first moved when I went to college at the University of Alabama. I majored in Psychology and minored in Journalism. I was very interested in the behavior of people and planned to become a mental health counselor to help others, but I found my calling for web development, design, and marketing through my experiences with jobs and life changes after graduation. It took a long time and extensive amount of exploring to determine the path that I believe to best suit me, but I’ve finally found what I want, where I need to be, and who I am.
If you ask others, “Who is Rachel?”, I believe many of the responses might consist of the blonde curly head girl, the quiet girl, the weird and quirky one, the one who laughs at everything, the girl who always has a coffee, or maybe the girl who is always talking about her dog. There is a lot about me that people see that is true, but some, not so much. I, for a fact, have curly blonde hair, but you never know how I’m going to style it and when I’m going to dye it. Many people call me quiet, which I may be at first, but that’s because I like to read others and pick up on their attitudes and behaviors before I act my usual weird and quirky self, which leads me to love the small things in life, and laugh… a lot.
What I hope people would think of when they think of me: sincere, authentic, humble, patient, funny, and passionate about the happiness and well being of not only myself, but for everyone.
I have many interestes, like drinking the necessary cup of coffee a day, but there are three main things that might interest me the most: