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Born in Weedpatch, California, Rachel Hollis is an American author, blogger, and motivational speaker.
Rachel Hollis is best known for her work in the self-help genre. The most notable work of her life include 'Girl, Wash Your Face' and 'Girl, Stop Apologizing'.
Apart from being a successful author, Rachel Hollis is also an entrepreneur. She has over 1.5 million Instagram followers as of May 2022. She is known to be posting her daily lifestyle blog on her account. She has worked with a few Hollywood actors and hosted the wedding of a star. She had earned quite a fame with her books and had been featured in a magazine before posting a video on TikTok, where she received backlash from her fans. Rachel Hollis earned her net worth and gained momentum in her career through her books and social media presence.
Rachel Hollis has garnered a net worth of $3 million throughout her career as an author, speaker, and blogger.
The primary source of income for Rachel Hollis is her career as a writer, speaker, and blogger. Her lifestyle blog and YouTube channel are monetized, and her books have sold and gained quite a reputation worldwide in the self-help genre. She is known to be earning an average of $300,000 annually. Apart from that, she earns an average of $750,000 from her events as a speaker. However, her exact annual earnings are not estimated.
Rachel Hollis stands at the height of 5 ft 7 in(170 cm).
Born on January 9, 1983, Rachel Hollis is 39 years old as of 2022.
Rachel Elizabeth Neeley was born in Weedpatch, California, to parents Sheree Edwards and Farell Neeley. She led a minimal life in her childhood.
Rachel Hollis completed her schooling at a local school in California. She then enrolled herself in the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She completed her undergraduate degree from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Rachel Hollis married Dave Hollis, but the couple separated in 2020. The couple had four children, three boys and a girl. Her three boys are named Jackson, Ford, and Sawyer, and her daughter is Noah.
Before becoming a famous self-help author, Rachel Hollis is known to have worked as an assistant at Miramax in Los Angeles until she was 19 years old. She met Dave Hollis during this time of her life. The couple started an event planning company named Chic Events in 2004. This event planning company turned their lives around. Chic Events is known to have worked with several Hollywood actors and actresses. Rachel Hollis and her husband had earned an approximate amount of $1.2 million through Chic Events.
Rachel Hollis became an Instagram sensation in 2015 when she posted a picture on her lifestyle blog flaunting her stretch marks. As the post went viral, she started a lifestyle blog website titled TheChicSite.com. In 2018, she released her first book titled 'Girl, Wash Your Face'. This book gained immense popularity and was identified by the magazine The Washington Post. By 2019, Rachel Hollis published a follow-up to her first book titled 'Girl, Stop Apologizing'.
As an entrepreneur, Rachel Hollis has launched merch under her name. She often posts about her family life on her Instagram account alongside her children, Jackson, Noah, Sawyer, and Ford. The other books that Rachel Hollis wrote include 'Didn't See That Coming', 'Sweet Girl', and 'Smart Girl'.
Rachel Hollis and her children Noah, Jackson, Sawyer, and Ford moved from Los Angeles and live in Austin, Texas, as of May 2022. She has her own podcast titled 'Three Percent Chance'.
Rachel Hollis is known to have been nominated for the Goodreads Choice Awards for best non-fiction.
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