On Stephanie Lee’s public Facebook page, you can follow the prolific writer’s random thoughts, articles that she’s written, and whatever else she decides to post on social media because apparently if you don’t post on social media you don’t really exist.

Stephanie Lee’s personal Facebook account is reserved for stalking her friends and family. And Poking people whenever appropriate.

Wait, why am I still writing in third person…?

Hold Da Phone…Why Does This Page Exist?

When one of the most common first names teams up with one of the most common surnames in the world, you get 87 million search results for “Stephanie Lee” on Google.

So it’s entirely possible that the Stephanie Lee whose page this belongs to isn’t the Stephanie Lee you’re looking for. Sorry to have wasted your time if you were hoping to find the Korean model/actress.

But I demand to be a unique snowflake, so I created this page to set the record straight and make it easier for you:

I am Stephanie Lee. I am a writing coach and writer, whose writing can be found on LifehackerThrillistThe New York Times, and more. Here’s a small sample of my writing. My students and clients can also be found in Forbes, Thrive Global, Matador Network, CNBC, Washington Post, New York Times, and more.

Still curious? Say hi, or if you’re interested in learning how to get your own articles published (or even get started writing online), check out my free email course.

People tell me it’s good shit, but you be the judge.

Also, if you couldn’t tell, I love being silly because life is too short to be confused by all the Stephanie Lee’s in the world.