About Us

Welcome! We are artists, entrepreneurs & creative problem-solvers helping people (especially childfree women) to figure out what they truly want and then make it a reality.

Speaking engagements: 52 Living Ideas keynote on Crafting Your Life Adventure, “Sing into Spring” guest coach & presenter

Featured on these podcasts: No Frills VA, NH Unscripted, Finishing the Season, soon to be on Paige’s Lessons

CBC Charlottetown, PE Appearances: Spin Time DJ w/ Matt Rainnie, Main Street discussing free singing for seniors

Also seen at these events: Make Money and RV Virtual Summit, Work From Home


We married in June of 2014 and have been together since 2010. This blog, started in 2014, captures our aspirations to make a life on our own terms.

Jamie officially opened her coaching business for childfree women, aspiring adventurers, and all those ready to create a life they love, in early 2020, though for years prior she did occasional coaching and consulting work. In 2022, she also became a mental fitness trainer and coach. Ross writes and licenses music and edits podcasts and videos. Together we teach online (and in-person) music and theater classes, and we tour and perform widely as individuals, as a duo, and with groups based in Charlottetown, PEI, Canada.

Learn more about music lessons and booking Ross or booking Ross and Jamie. We also have a musical theater comedy podcast called Finishing The Season (currently quiet, but there are tons of episodes to enjoy) and two Facebook groups: Crafting the Life You Want with Ross and Jamie and Disney World for RVers. Jamie can be booked for speaking engagements to present her talk, Crafting Your Life Adventure.


Jamie Feinberg is an artist and writer helping childfree women to figure out what they want and create a life they love. She built her thriving virtual assistant business over five years, and with her completion of a coaching mentorship in 2020 and mental fitness training in 2022, she expanded her work into coaching and consulting, embracing her passion to help people live a life that lights them up.

Jamie’s many hats have included the roles of musician, educator, virtual assistant, administration professional, musical theater aficionado, and life coach, with a Bachelor’s in Music from Smith College and a Master’s in Community Economic Development from Southern New Hampshire University.

Jamie is currently the Director of Island A Cappella and a Soprano 1 in the professional choral group Luminos Ensemble, both based in Charlottetown, PEI. She has run her own quirky theater company, focusing on presenting and educating about lesser-known musicals, since 2010. Before hitting the road from 2016-2021, she spent a few years as an arts administrator, prior to which she was self-employed in music and theater, teaching all ages, directing, musically directing and choreographing, and creating and overseeing arts camps and workshops. She shares her passion for homemade ice cream at InSearchOfAscoop.com, loves the outdoors and dancing, and she has a passion for grammar. She refuses to believe that there is any need to lead a conventional life – unless you want to!

Ross Boyd is a composer (for bands, for film, TV and for gaming) and sound designer (for theater and film), an educator (private lessons for guitar, piano, ukelele, composition and theory), a musician, a sound engineer (both studio recording and live sound for theater, comedy, concerts) and a radio personality (he spent about four years in a variety of roles in public radio, both on-air talent and production). He also owns a thriving business as a podcast and video editor, and he’s back to school at the University of Prince Edward Island. He’s an excellent cook (if there is curry, he’s a happy man) and a sometime puppeteer and voice artist. He’s worked with Jamie on many projects, from early childhood music to their theater company (sound & music). He loves Chinese food, Indian food, gaming, sushi and good comedy.

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