Joined 4 years ago from East Coast
Rachel Sokol is a "Jane of all trades" that is currently learning the foundations of non-fiction copywriting. A career IT Technician, and also trained Academic researcher, Rachel is additionally experienced in graphic design, photography, and digital illustration. She is currently eager to learn about advertising and marketing, and how to fuse her many skills to start a successful business. Recently she completed Google's Ad Academy certification, and she is pursing advanded marketing and advertising courses. Always amiable, she is open to mentors, HubPages recommendations, and friendly conversation. In her freetime, Rachel is a hobby crocheter, an astrological believer, and she enjoys exploring Reiki and Homeopathic medicine.
5 weeks ago
Do you absolutely have to have music when you walk or work out? Here are five reasons and a story as to why you should try walking without headphones.
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