Reader, content writer, and devoted snacker — Amy’s natural habitat includes a good novel,
a glass of red, and exploring a new cooking technique.
Being part of a family of creatives, Amy finds herself exploring a variety of topics ranging from learning about the natural world, the perfect way to laminate a croissant, to her current field of study: English Literature
Being a curious individual, she finds herself wanting to learn more about the world in any way that presents itself. Beyond her fascination with the human mind and body, she has a background in digital Content Marketing.
From years of classical ballet training developed her love for the arts, including, but not limited to, architecture and interior design. In her free time, you can find her nurturing her plant collection, restoring furniture, or exploring local restaurants and cafes.
Feel free to check out some of her writing samples below.
Growing a coastal garden seems relatively easy until you consider the challenging environment the plants have to survive. Coastal plants are some of the hardiest available and generally withstand most salt and wind conditions. Common salt and wind tolerant plants include Gazania Daisy, Rosemary, Oleander, Sea Oxeye Daisy, Beach or Dune Sunflower, Crown-of-Thorns, Confederate Jasmine,…