If we're being really honest,
I hate making my own About page.

About Amy

It's just that "fun" facts aren't fun for anyone.

And this business is run by a person, not a list of items I'd bring to a desert island or what superpower I'd want to have.

If you read that headline and thought, "How dare she!" then by all means - you do you, bestie. But if you're a real live human and also believe that businesses thrive on connection, then you're officially my people.

Hi, I'm Amy and my priorities are people, waffles, & work.

That's why I'll always care about people and connection over every other thing in this business (and world). And you know what? It's been proven time and time again that connection is what builds a truly successful company. People want to work with people they know, like, and trust - which is my whole deal is helping other businesses show up as their most relatable, likeable selves.

PS - My husband is the one with the patience to use the waffle maker in this house. Without him, there's no waffles. Thus, people have to be first.

That's it. That's the order.

Let's get into it.

Since this page is *technically* supposed to be about me...
Here's the inside scoop:

I help write love stories between small businesses and their ideal clients through branding, copywriting, and website design. I love this stuff and I love that I get to take it off the plates of people who just don't (if I had a nickel for every time someone told me "I just can't DIY my own site anymore without losing my shit"...).

I'm often working from a toddler-constructed fort garnished with Magnatiles, and actually spend most of my time home with my toddlers.

I married my high school boyfriend and figure that if someone can love your chaotic teenage self, they can love your (still chaotic but working on it) adult self, too.

I began my career as a dietitian, and it's been a wild ride to stepping into my storytelling-through-design era - but damn, it's also been fun!

When it's time to shut down my work screens and stare at my fun screens (I am absolutely a Kindle girlie, don't @ me), you can bet your bottom dollar it's New Girl & Sarah J. Maas time.

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My favorite reviews aren't the fancy ones - they're the quick DM's, emails, and post-launch messages sent quickly out of excitement

Step into my inbox

My favorite reviews aren't the fancy ones - they're the quick DM's, emails, and post-launch messages sent quickly out of excitement

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