The process of becoming authentic is not for the weary, but it pays off in the end. Over a span of 30-plus years, Rachel D. Fox has assimilated what it means to fully embrace all that she is. Back to Me is an eclectic and unfiltered memoir where you will immediately identify your crazy coworker, sister, homegirl, daughter, and mostly yourself to sprinkle your life with laughter and encouragement to let you know that you’re not doing life all by yourself. The book showcases a collection of authentic writings from an incredibly funny and honest woman.
You’ll trace Rachel’s journey from the South to the Midwest, her upbringing in the pastor’s education, new emotions of unbelonging to new destinations, identity, extended themes of acceptance and conforming in the workplace, fervently finding purposes from the sacrifices, and intimate situations that no one should experience. A subtle line is joined by a series of stories that over time slip out of hand, giving a clear lesson: Being pass