Her latest creation is The Adventure Project, which offers relationship, life and travel adventures to the Every Person via play.
When not playing or navigating adventures, she can be found enjoying meaningful travel, restorative yoga or improvisational theater.
What’s in my head is all well and good, but I was looking for the love of my life—not a business partner.
Put your heart in your words and even in your photos. I posted photos of me traveling, working in animal welfare and doing improvisational theater. But one thing was clear: Most online dating profiles list what we do, what we like and what we’d like to do. This is the magic behind a five-star online dating profile.
Her greatest performance is as herself in “It’s All About Amy”–the unscripted story of her life.
During that time I became an expert on how to have a dysfunctional relationship.At that time, my friend—a fellow improviser and yoga instructor who was engaged to someone she met online four months prior—gave me the following advice: When I was 40 years and one month old, I was housesitting over Thanksgiving weekend and had a lot of alone time to assess the situation.The half-assed profile I was using certainly wasn’t furthering my cause.My bullshit was living with my ex husband while also dabbling in online dating.Since I was doing both poorly, it seemed the best thing to do was go big or go home, meaning: I didn’t know this when I was 39 years and 11 months old.There is actually an art to writing a good profile that generates the right kind of click.It's similar to how a good resume gets you noticed so you get an interview.I also became an expert on how to fail at internet dating.You see, when you turn 40, you suddenly acquire zero tolerance for bullshit.From time to time, I’d get a date that I’d grow bored with almost immediately.The real truth was that I wasn’t accurately representing myself in that profile. The truth was that I wanted a relationship—not just a beer date.