Rachel lives in Djibouti where she swims with whale sharks, runs in 110-degree heat, and writes about parenting and the expatriate life. Her work has been published in the New York Times, Family Fun, and Brain Child.
My most impressive parenting skill:
Letting my teenagers fly internationally on their own and (almost) not worrying about them.
Three things I can’t live without:
My faith, my family, and a really good book. And coffee. I can live without math.
The amount of coffee I drink in a day:
One super-sized cup made from home roasted Ethiopian beans, black.