Meet the Author

My name is Stephanie Campbell, and I’m a storyteller.

I started Campbell ReWritten in July 2019 because I needed a creative outlet in my life. I used to really enjoy art, ceramics, writing… but over the years, I went on career paths that didn’t allow those things to advance. This blog serves as a ‘Me documentary’ – a place to pen down my crazy life experiences, thoughts, and feelings… A public diary. There is no literary ‘finesse’ here. If it hasn’t already, it will become apparent that I am not a literary major. I write in the same manner I speak.

I am 32 and I live in North Carolina with my husband Brian, our son Otto, my cat Picasso, and our brood of chickens. I have an Associate of Arts degree and I still have no idea really what I want to ‘do’, and have yet to discover my ‘place in this world.’ I am an anxiety survivor and am an advocate of therapy.

I’m a bit on the shorter side. Carbs are my favorite thing in the world. I’m in love with wearing anything Tj-Maxx, eating Chick-fila, listening to allllllllllll kinds of music, learning history, organizing, and anything cats. I have a conservative worldview and I became a Christian on the night of June 24th, 2004.

My Career History:

  • Funeral Home Office Manager
  • Switchboard Operator & Mail-Searcher for Dept. of Corrections
  • Caseworker for the Department of Social Services
  • Data Manager in School System

My pet peeves are: Going to the petite section at Belk and seeing nothing but clothing for 90 year old’s (Alfred Dunner); completely able-bodied people accepting government assistance; & people that hate Christians yet celebrate Christmas with their families.

Things that make me happy: My son’s smile, driving home from work with a pretty sunset and good music, taking walks in nature, travel, makeup, good hair days, time with family, meaningful discussions, & clean & organized spaces (both at home and work).

For since by man came death, by man came also the resurrection of the dead. For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive.

(1 Corinthians 15:21-22)

Maybe you will read something here that makes you feel more connected and less alone… (less crazy too!) Maybe you will read something that inspires, encourages, and instills something new within you. You might even cry. Anything can happen, and I am so glad you are here. My life is so crazy sometimes, I just have to share it with the world. Welcome to Campbell ReWritten.