Six is Soon

Social media has this really remarkable way of making it incredibly easy to visit the past. Between TimeHop and Facebook’s “one year ago” posts, and that lovely timeline option on your profile – the past can been reached any time you’re feeling nostalgic. This is both really awesome and yet also…kind of mortifying too. Yesterday, I…

Some Things Don’t [have to] Change

Change is hard to pull off, you know? We’re always talking about things that we want to change about ourselves. Our diet, our gym routine (or lack thereof), our addiction to ice cream and crappy reality TV…but achieving change is so much harder than just talking about achieving change. I always say things like “I’m going to stop being…

Writing Your Survival Story Isn’t Self-Indulgent by @rachelintheoc

Writing Your Survival Story Isn’t Self-Indulgent Someone (a man) asked me the other day if writing my latest release, Broken Places – part two of three in my ‘Broken’ series – isn’t an exercise in self-indulgence. If talking about myself in memoir form about dealing with my experiences of childhood sexual abuse and the aftereffects…

3 Year Olds Are A**holes by Sarah Fader

My lovely, talented friend Sarah Fader just released her new book, 3 Year Olds Are A**holes. It is a satire children’s book for adults. It’s like Go The F**k To Sleep. It’s hilarious, incredible, and surprisingly sweet. I loved it! About the Book: Once upon a time Sarah Fader wrote a blog post called 3-Year-Olds Are Assholes. It…