LISTEN: Interview with Rebecca Woolf (Girl’s Gone Child) on blogging, writing & life

Rebecca Woolf, Girl's Gone Child

Ever wonder how your favorite “old school” bloggers – the ones who are still holding down the same forts they claimed in the mid 2000’s or earlier – feel about their early work and the ever-changing landscape of writing online?

I recently had the opportunity to talk about just that – and plenty of other topics, too – with Rebecca Woolf of Girl’s Gone Child. 

It was such a blast chatting with Rebecca! Our conversation meandered all over the place, from holidays to early motherhood to bad tattoos to pantsuits.

Yes, pantsuits. Specifically, sequined, turquoise, flowered harem-style pantsuits.

I know you want to know more. 

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