I'm a Bad Influence on Women

Yo, I’m Ash! Fifteen years ago I was a small town girl growing up in a trailer park in rural Pennsylvania when I lost both of my parents and became an orphan. Fourteen years ago, I left for Philadelphia on a mission to discover what it meant to live a good life and do work you’re proud of (something I never saw modeled). Twelve years ago I realized that the rules were made up by a guy named Ted who has a dog named Wedgie—and “normal” was the most disappointing thing that ever happened to me. Eleven years ago I quit my shiny middle-class job in advertising to strike it out as a freelance writer—and landed myself sleeping in my car in a Kmart parking lot. Ten years ago I finally cracked the code and made my first $103,000 as a creative writer on the internet using nothing more than my voice. Nine years ago I doubled my earnings. Eight years ago, I continued doubling my income—and then some. And now, today, I run The Middle Finger Project, an irreverent media co. that helps other women find their voice and teaches them to use it to build whatever the f*ck they want. With a book coming out with Penguin Random House this FEBRUARY 11TH, I’m proud to be a bad influence on women and help them do something disobediently brave with their life and their career. Enter yo’ email address and I’ll send you my weekly advice column sharing everything I’ve learned on pursuing your passions for a living—and making a shit ton of money doing it.

But no serial killers. Promise I won’t send those.

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