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Hi. and welcome!


I’m incredibly excited as I’m putting this new blog, v-log, and brand together. I don't know anyone else like me, and rather than seeing that as a bad thing for most of my life, I've finally embraced it.

I'm 45, or as I prefer to say, level 45! Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine I'd be here now. I'm trying to reframe what society thinks about aging and focus on it in a positive way, rather than an inevitable something to be dreaded. I don't think you're "supposed" to be a burlesque stripper at my age, so I deal with that a lot.

Check out my IG (iamrachaeltyrell) for info about future appearances.

I'm eternally grateful for the surprises that I receive from my Amazon Wishlist

I'm looking forward to being able to work with more backgrounds and props for future acts, performances, sets and videos.

More about me: I was very crushed when the realization sunk in that I wasn't a good enough of a developer to be able to hang in Silicon Valley (I lived there 2011-2017). After the implosion of the so-called "coding boot camp" that I attended, I felt pretty shitty about my life prospects for a while. However, I'm grateful for the experience and made some awesome friends.

I write every day but it never gets out there—most of my thoughts and mini revelations have been kept to myself over the years.

However, I feel like now is the time to finally take the leap and start sharing what I have. It would be selfish and a shame to keep it all to myself, right? Maybe you need it too. Or maybe you don’t.

Sharing is spreading valuable and empowering info that otherwise would be kept locked in a tomb. We know how that worked out for the Egyptians....

At this point (and with my advancing age) and all, why be reserved about my thoughts and opinions and style and sexy pics?

I’m going to share what I believe is meaningful in hopes that it reaches somebody out there and makes a real difference.

Remember, if it isn't exquisite, get rid of it!


This goes for relationships as well as items that adorn you and your personal space.

The world belongs to those of us who work to become our best selves, crafting our lives just the way we’ve always imagined. We’re in this together!

Thai Iced Tea and I go way back

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