"I've always felt that a person's intelligence is directly reflected by the number of conflicting points of view he can entertain simultaneously on the same topic.”
- Abigail Adams.
Rachel's blog covers topics ranging from literature, family life, religion, and media literacy. She recently graduated with a Master of Science in Public Relations from Montana State University Billings, where she studied health communications and social media misinformation.
Although she calls the Pacific Northwest home, her husband's military career has taken them to South Dakota, Illinois, California, Montana, and she currently lives in Wyoming with her husband, four children, and 30 houseplants (give or take). Her favorite book is Till We Have Faces by C.S. Lewis, her favorite author is Dorothy L. Sayers, her favorite magazine is Christianity Today, her favorite time-killer is knitting, and a hobby that she wishes she could dedicate more time to is photography. She loves that she lives in world where she can have English, Irish, Scottish, and American Breakfast teas all together in the same cupboard.
She's had work published in The Christian Research Journal and with the Association of Marketing and Health Care Research.
She's pretty sure she's literally addicted to her phone.