“YOU MUST BE MENTAL!”
That was my response when my friend, Kylie Mitchell, told me that she was going to start online dating. I mean, dating is an interesting and challenging event at the best of times, but online dating is a complete minefield.
And then add into that mix, the fact that Kylie was getting into online dating when she was in her 40’s?
Like I said: mental.
After two failed marriages, Kylie felt that she had “one good relationship in her”. Since she lived in a country town at the time, pickings of the single male variety were pretty limited, so she had to widen her search and set herself up on the online dating sites.
After becoming a bit disheartened with the whole thing, she decided to educate herself and find out exactly how she could find a life partner in the online dating scene.
It can be done!
Today's Guest: Kylie Mitchell
Owner and Creator of Art Houses by Kylie Mitchell
Kylie Mitchell is a multiple award-winning Accredited Building Designer, Interior Designer, and Artist who specializes in compact, sustainable, residential design.
She has been the Principle and lead designer of her own business for 15 years and working in the industry as a Designer for 20 years.
Kylie draws on her extensive creative skills to create unique homes that express and encapsulate her client’s physical, emotional, and lifestyle needs while extending their awareness and inclusion of sustainable design principles and products.
Kylie’s ultimate goal is to blend visual arts with Building Design to encourage and allow people to immerse themselves into architectural creative expression as an everyday living experience.
Kylie is a full member of the BDAA, a past chapter President, student mentor and, Policy Advisor within the BDAA.
As a two-time cancer survivor, she raises funds for the Olivier Newton-John Cancer Research and Wellness Centre through the sale of art.
Kylie has also authored 3 E-Books as guides and information for people looking to build or renovate their homes.
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