In the video, the former The Bachelorette says, "Let's talk about dating. It is no secret that I am absolutely, probably, the worst picker on planet earth. I truly don't even understand why."
Rachel, while doing her makeup, continued, "A lot of times when I'm making a decision, deep down inside, I just feel like it's the most logical decision. Because of this, my goal this year is to try to be able to start spotting red flags."
Another thing Rachel apparently learned about herself since going on Bachelor in Paradise's ninth season last year is what she's attracted to in a man and in a partner.
"I really, really like a guy who has a cool job. It could be literally anything, but if it's unconventional, it just makes him a thousand times more attractive to me," she noted.
"Maybe it's because I'm a pilot and I'm a freak, but honestly, I haven't dated much at all in between any of the shows. I feel like I've had to do a lot of work on myself."
Rachel got engaged to Tino Franco during The Bachelorette finale, but they split only weeks later -- before the live After the Final Rose special aired on ABC -- because Tino had cheated on her with another woman.
The Bachelor alum also admitted she's "the last person in the world" who "should be giving any dating advice," although she has dated "a lot of people" and therefore has quite a bit of experience under her belt.
"But no more soft launch. No more hard launch. I truly believe, in my heart of hearts, that any man should never be able to say that they dated you. It did not happen and you cannot prove that it happened!" Rachel said.
Rachel went on to recall how a guy once asked her how she can expect to find a serious relationship when she's always traveling as a pilot.
"I'm always in Europe -- and that's because I'm looking for my husband in Europe," Rachel quipped.
"I fully believe that my husband is going to be from overseas. I'm obviously being dramatic, but one time, a psychic told me that I was going to meet my husband overseas. A fun fact about me is that I love going to psychics all the time, especially after I go through a breakup."
Multiple psychics have apparently claimed that Rachel is only going to have daughters someday.
While Rachel would love to settle down with a boyfriend or husband, she shared, "I think I used to take dating super, super seriously, and now, I'm just very much in my unserious dating era. Unserious, but also if you want to go Vegas and get married, I'm also going to be down for that too."
In light of the fact he and Rachel had a difficult and emotional breakup, Tino gave Rachel props for putting her heart on the line again and again during an August 2023 episode of The Bachelor alum Courtney Robertson's "After Reality" podcast.
"One thing, I think -- whether you like her or dislike her -- you've got to give her credit for is there's no quit in her. I'll be watching, but, you know, I'll be focusing on and rooting for the boys," Tino shared at the time.
When Rachel spoke to Becca Kufrin about her love life during a November 2022 episode of the "Bachelor Happy Hour" podcast, she said she'd "absolutely" star on The Bachelorette again if the show could provide her with her perfect match.
One month earlier, Rachel complained on the "Off the Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe" podcast how she just wants a commitment from a man and to be done with dating.
"The fact that I find myself now in the same position [as I was in before The Bachelor], I'm like, 'I don't want to do this.' I wanted to find my person," Rachel vented.
"I want to get married, I want to start a family. That's where I'm at in my life. I don't want to go back to the streets, and now I'm forced to! Literally!"